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Jacksonville Florida & Surrounding Areas

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Jacksonville@LapofLove.com
(904) 508-0323

Hospice And Euthanasia Pricing

  • Phone Consultations - No Charge
  • In-Home Hospice/Consultation/Euthanasia - $240 (evenings/weekends/holiday: $290)
  • Travel over 30 miles from doctor's residence will be quoted.

*Please Note: There may be an additional charge for pets over 100 lb, aggressive pets, and some exotic species.

Availability

Lap of Love veterinarians do their best to assist families when needed. Availability will vary with location, time of day, and prior commitments. If this is a medical emergency, please contact your local veterinarian or see Emergency Clinic information below.

 

Aftercare Pricing

If you wish, we will take your beloved pet with us and arrange for cremation services. They will be handled with care, as if they were our own.

PRIVATE CREMATION: With this option, your pet is cremated privately at a licensed crematorium and the remains (ashes) will be returned to your Regular Veterinarian. They can also be mailed to you for an additional $25.

  • $225 for pets under 20 pounds
  • $250 for pets 20 - 99 pounds
  • $300 for pets over 100 pounds


COMMUNAL CREMATION: Pets are cremated with other pets and ashes are scattered together.

  • $100 for pets under 100 pounds 
  • $150 for pets 101-150 pounds

Service Area

Lap of Love veterinarians in the area service towns in and around Jacksonville and St. Augustine.  

LOCAL EMERGENCY CLINICS:

  • Affiliated Veterinary Emergency Center: (904) 642-5911
  • Clay-Duval Pet Emergency Clinic: (904) 264-8281
  • Emergency & Critical Care Pet Hospital: (904) 223-8000
  • St Augustine Regional Veterinary Emergency Center: (904) 797-5770

Payment Options

Preferred methods of payment are check (made to 'Lap of Love') or cash.

MAILING ADDRESS:

1650 Margaret St. Ste. 302
# 207
Jacksonville, FL 32204

Local Resources

Veterinarian's Biographies


Katie Stender, DVM

I will never forget the day our beloved yellow Labrador, Daisy, took her journey to the rainbow bridge. She was 12 years old and could no longer get up because of her chronic arthritis, and we knew it was time. It was very early in the morning, and my whole family was there as we greeted our vet at the door. Daisy was resting comfortably in her bed with her duck toy, and we all said our goodbyes, even Daisy's brother, our orange tabby, Skippy. The lasting memories of Daisy sleeping in her bed as our vet gently explained the process, made us feel at peace with this difficult decision. I have been forever grateful that she was able to do that for us, and for Daisy, and when I became a veterinarian, I felt honored and privileged to be able to do the same for other families. I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelors of Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. I share a home with my significant other, Taylor, and our four furry children. I have a special place in my heart for cats, and I have three of my own. We also have a black Labrador, Lady, who loves to go for car rides and garden with her dad. One of my favorite things about my profession is that I'm able to help animals, but also build lasting relationships with their owners.


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Owned and Operated

This location is owned and operated by Dr. Stender.