At Cherished Companion Mobile Veterinary Service, we are committed to providing personalized end-of-life care for pets. Our site includes important information about us and the services we offer.
This time in your life is already difficult without the uncomfortable feelings you would experience traveling to, being at, and getting home from a veterinarian’s office. Our goal is to help keep this about you and your beloved dog or cat, without all the outside distractions.
Our Service Area
We invite pet owners from the communities of South Pasadena, Treasure Island, St. Pete Beach, Pass-a-Grille, Gulfport, & Seminole. Outlying areas may be considered (at an additional cost based on mileage). Call us today!
Cherished Companion Mobile Veterinary Service was established in 2005 by Dr. Dionne A Harrell. She graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Harrell worked for several years at a veterinary clinic before starting up her mobile vet service which helped her to become the perceptive and astute Veterinarian she is today.
Dr. Harrell provided wellness exams, vaccines, lab work, minor surgeries as well as diagnostic exams (ill pet), and end of life care (Euthanasia) from 2005-June 2022 in Wisconsin. With over 17 years of house call general practice experience Dr. Harrell could see first-hand the need for personal and private care for both the owner and their cherished companion in their final moments. With Dr. Harrell’s relocation to Florida, she decided to help fill the need for so many pet parents and their fur babies to be at home and decided to transition from general practice to fully focus on end-of-life care.
Why Pet Euthanasia At Home?
I’ve been a client of Cherished Companion for many years. Dr. Dionne helped welcome home my 3mo.old boy named Tanner. With Her medical advice and care Tanner was a happy and healthy dog. As the years went by Tanner developed arthritis though out his body. The last 2yrs. of his life he had two mini strokes. At the age of 14 and a half. I made the decision to put him to rest. The night before Dr. Dionne was to arrive. Tanner had another mini stroke; thankfully we didn’t have to try and get him to a clinic. Dr. Dionne’s Cherished Companion mobile allowed my husband and I to say goodbye and Tanner could feel safe being at home as he started his journey. I will see you again Tanner at the bridge.