Pet Hospice DFW metroplex
We understand how difficult it can be to have a pet in pain or discomfort. When they hurt, we hurt. It’s important to have someone who cares, and is experience in giving aid during those trying times.
Paws at Peace Pet Hospice is owned and operated by veterinarian, Dr. Kim Simpson. After many years in a private practice Kim realized there had to be a better way to help our friends at the time when they need us most. Watching and experiencing the emotional roller coaster that comes with the decline of a beloved pet inspired her to help make the transition process peaceful, and more comfortable for all the family members. She understands you need to feel free to grieve and express you emotions without the public participating or having to worry about driving home after the loss of a family pet. y coming to the family home, more personal time and attention is given and unnecessary stress to the pet is eliminated. In a private, familiar setting you can better consider the options, get personalized answers to your question and express you concerns. This is often not possible in crowded or public clinical settings. After all, decisions concerning a pet’s transition are too crucial to rush.
Dr. Simpson comes to you in your home with Paws at Peace Pet Hospice.
Memorials at Paws at Peace
RIP SHANA 9/26/2006-11/26/2017 Shana loved to sleep in between us at night. Peanut Butter, waiting under Dad and Mom’s chair for Granola on Saturday, Eggs on Sunday, Turkey on Thanksgiving, and “COOKIES” anytime. Loved her walk with Daddy on Saturday and Sunday Morning Friendly to all… Read more “Shana”
The loss of my almost 16 year old Maine Coon, Hoss, was almost more than I could bear. To be able to help him cross the bridge from his own backyard, no cars, no clinics, was the most beautiful gift… Read more “Hoss”
Kali was such a sweet girl. Never jumped on anyone or bit them. She was such a gentle girl. She will be missed so much. May she Rest In Peace.
Yesterday we had to have our precious precious 11 year old golden retriever, Ruby, put to rest after her battle with cancer. It was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make, but I know it was the… Read more “Ruby”
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 was a sad day for us. We put to sleep our beautiful, perfectly marked, 17-year-old tabby. As soon as we saw Ms. Harley, we knew she was a part of our family. Ms. Harley, freed from… Read more “Ms. Harley”