We understand that care and support needs to begin well before having to say goodbye, which is why our team specializes in the months or days leading up to that time with hospice, palliative care, and pain management services.
We are here for you.
Understanding your pet's disease and what to expect in the coming days and months can feel overwhelming, but you need not do this alone.
We are here to take each step with you, and the sooner a relationship is started, the more you and your pet can benefit from our guidance and care.
~ Dr. Shea Cox and Fenn
We take a team approach.
With PetHospice, you and your pet will have a full team on your side. Supportive doctors, nurses, care coordinators and pet loss specialists who are available 7 days a week to help.
~ Dr. Mari Breeden and Tigger
We come to you.
We understand that there is no place like home and we believe this is where the best care happens.
~ Dr. Meagan Hines, Pickles and Joe
We care for every detail.
We take every little detail into consideration, no matter how small it may seem, and help make your pet's end-of-life journey as meaningful as the life lived.
~ Dr. Audra Pompeani, Polly and Mollie
We know care takes time.
We understand this is not a time that can be rushed or limited to one hour. Because of this we dedicate 2-3 hours for every appointment.
While not everyone needs this amount of time, we want to ensure you have every opportunity to to discuss concerns and get to know us, personally.
~ Dr. Kara Harpham and Gary
We will care for your pet as if they were our own.
We never stop thinking of ways we can make this journey more fully supported and we will walk with you every step of the way.
Meet Dr. Shea Cox, founder PetHospice
PetHospice is leading the way in pet end-of-life care.
Dr. Shea Cox, one of the most respected leaders in pet hospice, has brought together a team of providers who offer unparalleled care, experience and heart.
Trust your pet's care to those who are shaping the field of pet hospice and teaching other veterinary professionals how to provide the best end-of-life care possible.