Pet Parent Information

Pricing &
Payment Options

We keep our pricing simple to make your life easier. We accept a variety of payment types and financing. Learn more about our payment options.

Pets at Peace Pricing

  • In-home euthanasia without removal of remains (body bag provided for burial): $475
  • In-home euthanasia with the removal of remains, communal cremation: $550
  • In-home euthanasia with the removal of the body, private cremation, an urn of choice with nameplate or wood etching (choices from the image below), and a paw print: $650

Additional Fees

  • The out-of-service area charge is $50.
  • There is an additional fee of $100 for appointments after-hours, on weekends, and during national holidays, which are outside our normal hours of 9 am to 4 pm on Monday through Friday.
  • There is an additional fee of $75 for a same-day service work-in fee.
  • If the pet is over 50 lbs., there is an additional fee of $45.
  • If the pet is over 100 lbs., there is an additional fee of $95.

Payment Options

I accept Credit Cards, Zelle, Venmo and CashApp for services. I do not accept checks at this time. There will be a 3.5% additional fee for credit card transactions and a 2% additional fee for all Venmo transactions.

Urn Choices

Pick-up Options

Remains can be picked up from my office Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays.

Dr. Leah Tibbals/Pets at Peace
237 S. Dixie Hwy
Floor 4, Suite 68
Coral Gables Fl 33133

Valet is available at Life Time Work and Fitness. Let them know that you are going up to grab something and will be right back down. You will not be charged for valet.

There is an additional shipping fee of $30 if remains are being sent to a non-local location (signature required upon UPS delivery).

If your pet is deceased and you would like collection and care of remains, the cost is $450 for removal without return of ashes & $550 for private cremation with urn and paw print.

Scott’s Wish

Thank you for allowing me to help your beloved pet in the final stage of their life.
I would like to honor your pet by donating in their name to an all-volunteer non-profit called Scott’s Wish, helping pets and people since 2008.

Please visit to learn about all the ways they are helping.

They would like to include a photo and memory of your pet on their tribute page:

If you would like me to submit this, later, please e-mail me at and include: Your pet’s name, a photo, the time you had them, and a brief paragraph or memory about your beloved pet.

Thank you for trusting me with your beloved family member at this difficult time.