About Dr. Goldie Rosen


Dr. Goldie Rosen graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 1998 Dr. Goldie Rosen, Veterinarian and worked as a veterinarian in a variety of companion animal hospitals in Southern Ontario. In 2004, Dr. Rosen was the founder of Halton Veterinary House Call Services: a mobile practice providing expert care for the full life of cats, dogs, and rabbits from prenatal stages until the end of life. This practice, accredited by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario, offered the local community essential mobile veterinary services. 


In 2016, Dr. Rosen began exclusively performing home pet euthanasia services. After experiencing many emergency situations, it became clear to her that a professional was not only needed to perform the humane elective euthanasia but to offer guidance and support through the entire process. Dr. Rosen is often available within a few hours notice to help her clients during stressful and emotional situations. Whether it is an emergency call or prearranged home pet euthanasia, Dr. Rosen strives to be a beacon of light in times of need. The overwhelming kindness and appreciation she receives from her clients reassure her that this was what she was meant to do. Dr. Rosen has a gift to help calm and relax not only the animals but clients. She often receives flowers, cards, and thank-you emails complementing her hard work and dedication. It continues to be the most rewarding and satisfying path of her career. Dr. Rosen’s combination of professionalism, empathy, and reassuring bedside manner offers you and your family’s best friend peace of mind.


Dr. Rosen believes that the in-home pet euthanasia service provides a valuable alternative for animal owners. She is devoted to providing the highest quality of care in a compassionate, supportive, and ethical manner. She continuously strives to exceed her clients’ expectations by advocating the value of the human-animal bond while in a relaxing, comfortable home atmosphere.


During her free time, Dr. Rosen can be found practicing yoga, spending time with her two children, hitting balls at the range or on a golf course, traveling, or walking her beloved dog, a Shepherd/Lab cross named Sunny.