"For all those times we have spent together with our beloved pets, when our pets near the end, we need a relationship with someone who can help us through the tough emotions of grief, guide you with care for your beloved pet and help you both live life with quality and dignity and approach death with care and kindness."
We are here to care for you and your beloved pet.
We are requiring everyone to wear masks as we are providing services in your home again. We require a face-fitting mask that needs to remain on and cover both mouth and nose for the entire appointment for anyone who is going to be present at the appointment. If we choose to have an outdoor setting and you are vaccinated and boosted and can show us a vaccine card, masks can be removed for outdoor-only appointments. We continue to require masking for indoor appointments regardless of vaccine status. This allows us to continue to provide care for those who are elderly, immunocompromised. Thank you for giving your beloved pets a loving home and staying safe during this continued difficult time.
Veterinary Palliative Medicine
Living better is the goal of palliative medicine. Your beloved pet may be declining or has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Let our palliative-trained veterinarians guide you to help your beloved pet live better.
Introducing our Beloved Team:
OUR Beloved Doctors
Pictured Left: Dr. Lynn Hendrix
Dr. Derek Blahut
Dr. Ashley Keffler-Roa