About In home Pet Euthanasia
History of our Pet Ambulance Service
About In home Pet Euthanasia: Since 1999 Animal Ambulance of Southern California has led Southern California in providing in-home pet euthanasia and emergency transportation. Our mobile veterinary technicians treat every call with the utmost care. Experience and compassion are key factors in the success and safe treatment of your pet.
We are members of the California Veterinary Medical Association and the Southern California Veterinary Medical Association (www.scvma.org).
We are licensed by the California Veterinary Medical Board and work under the guidance of a Veterinary doctor that oversees our policies and procedures as our medical director.
We hire only Registered Veterinarian Technicians and Emergency Medical Technicians who are trained in animal first aid and CPR for our emergency transport services.
Our staff brings real world emergency care experience to your home to deal with any situation that can arise.
In home Pet Euthanasia is equipped for advanced critical care transport for medically unstable pets.
Licensed by the California Veterinary Medical Board (HSP #5761) and all patients are monitored by California Licensed RVTs.
Our ambulances are equipped with oxygen, ventilators, suction, intubation and IV Pumps, along with our RVTs to monitor your patients and provide life support en route to our destination.
- Stretchers and Gurneys (for safe handling and transport)
- Oxygen (Large O2 cage, Mask, Flow By, Nasal Cannula, Incubator)
- Intubation (Manual Ventilation, Ambu Bag, Non Rebreather)
- Mechanical Ventilator
- IV Pump (for continued fluid support)
- IV Sedation ( Propofol CRI, MLK Drips)
- Emergency Drugs (Atropine, Epinephrine, Dopram, Dex Sod Phos)
- Pulse Oximetry
- Suction (Constant and intermittent)