"When our animals near the end, we need a relationship with someone who can help us through the tough emotions of grief, establish care for our beloved and help you both live life with quality and dignity and approach death with care and kindness."
Let Beloved Pet Mobile Vet help you and your beloved through this difficult time.
How we can help you
and your beloved.
VETERINARY-GUIDED PALLIATIVE MEDICINE
For the beloved animal who has a terminal diagnosis or a chronic or life limiting disease.
When you are ready, providing a gentle passing for animals is important. We take steps to make the passing as gentle and stress free for all involved as possible.
Beloved Pet Mobile Vet can provide transport to a crematorium, and set up the cremation services. The cost is different if dealing directly with the crematorium.
Single Private Cremation is handled through www.caringpetcrematory.com
And Communal Cremation is handled through www.treasuredpets.net
By appointment only.
If you have an emergency, please see the emergency list for your closest emergency clinic.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Known times Dr Hendrix will be out of the office
Known times Dr Bock will be out of the office
See online schedule
Known times Dr Miller will be out of the office- See online schedule.
We will be closed for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, New Years Eve and New Years Day. We may have limited availablity between Christmas and New Years. Check the online schedule for availability.
Our Beloved Doctors
Dr. Lynn Hendrix is a passionate world leader in the field of Veterinary Palliative Medicine and the owner of Beloved Pet Mobile Vet. She is also the co-founder and 2019 President of the WVPMO (World Veterinary Palliative Medicine Organization). She previously sat on the board of directors for the IAAHPC (International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care) and was one of the authors and members of the IAAHPC task force, writing the most comprehensive guidelines on animal hospice in the country. She has presented multiple lectures at the Annual IAAHPC conference for the past 6 years and was at AVMA in 2018 presenting her first national lecture. A consultant on VIN (Veterinary Information Network), she discusses Hospice/Palliative Care/End of Life Issues with other veterinarians. She is currently writing a book titled Hospice and Palliative Medicine for the House call Vet. She is the current Chairman of the organizing committee for Veterinary Palliative Medicine, to develop a specialty in veterinary medicine.
She opened Beloved Pet Mobile Vet in Davis, CA in 2011 as a house call end of life and animal hospice practice. Dr. Hendrix graduated from UC Davis in 2002 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Her BA and AA are in psychology. She has 29 years of experience in the veterinary field, starting as a receptionist and working her way up. She started studying human hospice practices in 1993 when her mother passed away from lung cancer. She went to veterinary school, discussing hospice for animals at her interview and while in vet school, worked on the Pet Loss Support Hotline, was the first student board member of the Nikki Hospice Foundation and was trained at the Heart of the Hospital training on Grief Support techniques. She has previous training in crisis management. She presented her experience in her student training and emergency medicine at the First Annual Nikki Hospice symposium. Prior to opening Beloved Pet Mobile Vet, she worked as an emergency veterinarian for 10 years.
Dr. Kirsten Bock joins Beloved Pet Mobile Vet to help serve the community with palliative medicine and end of life care. She currently also works in the Fairfield area and developed a special interest in diagnosing and treating both medical conditions and skin conditions. Dr. Bock also strives to provide a compassionate passing for our beloved companions.
She spent time in vet school helping people with emergencies at the front desk and volunteered for the Pet Loss Support Hotline. She recognizes the value and importance of being able to share and process grief. She is also a published author of a study on horses.
She has lived in Davis since 1988 and is married with two children. Her companions include a miniature Schnauzer, a Chihuahua, two cats, and four chickens. She graduated from the U.C. Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.
Dr. Christine Miller is originally from Wisconsin and obtained her BA at the University of Minnesota in Public Relations in 2001. She's lived in California, mainly in San Diego, for almost 17 years and stayed in Sacramento after veterinary school at UC Davis. She also works at a clinic in Sacramento with dogs and cats. Veterinary medicine is a true calling and she will provide empathy and compassion during end of life care. She currently lives with her two cats, Ginger and Peanut Stray Kitty Pink Slippers, and her pit bull, Sadie. In her free time she enjoys swimming, biking, crossword puzzles, and trying new restaurants.
Our Beloved Staff
Mina is the Beloved Pet Mobile Vet Manager of Chaos and Office Manager and can help you and your beloved with your palliative needs. Mina received her bachelor's degree with a double major in Biology and Psychology and has an interest in veterinary medicine and hopes to become a veterinarian in the near future. She has a special interest in Veterinary Palliative Medicine and has helped Dr. Hendrix build the World Veterinary Palliative Medicine Organization and look forward to helping clients and patients with their chronic and life-limiting illnesses. Mina can help you with many of the tasks of caring for your beloved. You can contact her at email@example.com with questions and concerns.
Anna is our Supreme Organizer and Assistant to the Doctors at Beloved Pet Mobile Vet. She has received two associates degrees in Biology and Natural Science, as well as a certificate in Chemistry from Diablo Valley College. She is currently an undergraduate student at the University of California, Davis, working towards her Bachelors in Animal Biology. She plans to become a veterinarian in the future. In her spare time, she makes matching costumes for her and her dog, Todd, and takes him on walks around her neighborhood, here in Davis. She values the importance of roots in a strong community, and is happy to make her home in Davis. She is excited to be involved in the constantly evolving field of Veterinary Palliative Medicine, and will always do her best to help take care of you and your beloved. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Snail mail: PO Box 4386, Davis, CA 95617-4386
(Emails over the weekend will not be answered until the following week,or after 3 pm on the weekdays will be answered the following day. If this is an emergency, please call your local emergency clinic or try the office number)
Tel: 844-383-BPMV or 844-383-2768 (This is the same toll free number)
In the Sacramento region (916) 348-8397
In the Davis/Woodland area (530) 341-8796
When returning phone calls, watch for the 844-383-2768, or 530-341-8796, 916-348-8397.
Current phone hours (subject to change)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday