End-of-Life Journey

Follow the paw prints to better understand your pet's end-of-life journey.


I “think” it may be time to say goodbye but I’m not sure… How do I know?

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What options do you have so you can extend life with quality?

This is a discussion that can occur in either the home setting, or via a Telehealth consultation with someone trained and knowledgeable from Dr. Sara and her team. (Link to blog post Dr. Sara and another prominent Vet or other info) (link Telehealth QOL services)

Our goal with pet hospice care is to improve the quality of life for both you and your pet, for whatever time you have left together. The focus is on keeping your pet comfortable, while supporting you and your family and offering guidance on your pet’s continued care.

Acupuncture and laser therapy can be another “tool” in the toolbox of palliative care. These modalities can stimulate nerves, increase blood circulation, relieve muscle spasms, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the body’s natural pain control. The goal is to improve a pet’s overall well-being and improve comfort.

(link to Acupuncture and laser therapy services)

Laser Therapy does what? (link to blog post or outside article about the validity of laser therapy)

Is it time to schedule in home euthanasia?

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What happens when our doctors arrive?

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Do you feel that your pet has more time?