HOW DO YOU, THE PET PARENT, MAKE THIS ULTIMATE DECISION FOR YOUR PET?
You make the decision out of love. It is awful to watch your pet in pain. If your pet has a terminal condition and living out his life would cause pain, the loss of dignity by soiling on himself, or confusion as to why he can no longer get up and walk like he once did, peaceful euthanasia is your only option.
“Your pet has been there for you during the worst times of your life, and during the best times of your life. Your duty, to honor your pet’s life, is to provide him the most peaceful, pain-free passing as possible. You love your pet too much to offer anything less.”
WHY CAN’T ALL PETS PASS THIS PEACEFULLY?
My passion is to make pets in hospice as comfortable as possible for the time they have left, and to provide the most pain-free and peaceful transition when it is time for them to pass. Having performed many euthanasias in a hospital or clinic setting, I can attest that the experience is so much better for both pets and people when it’s performed in the familiar setting of a home, a backyard, or even the forest preserve where the pet loved to play.
“By providing your pet with this peace, you will know in your heart that you did good by her. You will look back on her passing with love, not regret. You will give her what she gave you – unconditional love.”
THE NUMBER ONE QUESTION I GET ASKED IS “HOW DO YOU DO THIS DAY IN AND DAY OUT?”
My answer to that stems from my intuitive ability to communicate with dogs and cats. I’ve always had this ability to know what my pets are trying to tell me, what they want, and what I can do for them. I have a keen sense that enables me to read body language in pets that I’ve discovered and honed over many years. Because of this, I feel I am uniquely qualified to be able to help pets and families in need, and in return, I feel a large sense of fulfillment.
“I feel it is an honor when I am chosen to be the person that helps your pet at the end of his life, and I do everything possible behind the scenes so that you can be in the moment with your pet and not have to worry about anything else.”