At PetHospice, our mission is a simple one: to make every pet's end-of-life experience as meaningful as the life they've lived.
Thinking about hospice care is hard for every pet parent. (We're pet parents, too.) But it's something you should consider before the end of your pet's life. To make the experience a little less difficult, we've redefined at-home veterinary care so everyone - and every pet - can get the support they need. Even before they need it most.
We understand that this isn't the time to be rushed. It's why we dedicate 2-3 hours for every appointment. And while you may not need that long, we want to give you every opportunity to ask questions and get to know us, personally.
Our team of hospice doctors, nurses, care coordinators and pet loss support specialists are on standby seven days a week. We also offer no-cost phone consultations so we can answer your questions, quickly.
We manage every detail - from flexible scheduling to transportation arrangements and speaking with your vet - so you won't need to have those difficult conversations alone.
If we ever sense that "more can be done," we'll share this with you. We can transition from euthanasia to hospice care, and provide the most comfort for the time that remains.
We know, all too well, how difficult the loss of a pet can be. And to make sure every pet parent is equally cared for, we'll still be here for grief support, even after the final days.
"Your thoughtful and caring approach brought comfort at our most vulnerable time. Scott could not have handled Marni's end-of-life journey any better or more professionally. His gentle demeanor put Marni at ease, and his respectful and forthright responses to our questions helped channel our emotions. Every encounter with your team was timely, responsive, informative and reassuring. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
"Would highly recommend using PetHospice. I had an amazing team to work with and they helped make a tough time, just a little bit less tough."
"Since all the care is based out of home, Bruce was much more comfortable and relaxed. We were able to put stress to side and get him the best care possible."