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Pet Hospice, Senior and End of Life Care
Helping Transition in a Loving Environment
Pet Hospice Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex
Pet Hospice, Pet Euthanasia, Senior Care and End of Life Care
We feel their pain as easy as they feel ours, and knowing when it’s time is never easy. We know it’s a difficult time for you and your family, but we’ll do our best to make it easier and help with this transition. Relieve your beloved pet’s suffering, and give them a peaceful passing they deserve at Paws at Peace Pet Hospice.
Paws at Peace Pet Hospice is the sanctuary owned and operated by veterinarian, Dr. Kim Simpson. After countless sessions behind closed doors between owners and their beloved pets, she realized
“There has to be a better way for both of them.”
And this drive to bond owners with their companions beyond time opened Paws at Peace Pet Hospice & Pet Euthanasia, available for everyone in search of lessening needless pain for them and yours.
Let’s talk about it together. Express more concerns while worrying less. Consider your options in a more comfortable setting as well as personalized answers to all your questions when it comes to considering your pet’s moving to greener pastures. There is always a silver lining after the storm, it doesn’t have to be an unbearable experience, enjoy your last moments together. Paws at Peace Pet Hospice and Pet Euthanasia will be there with you every step of the way.
They’ve been there to give you a smile when you’re down, and now it’s your pet’s turn. To feel is a personal, distinct affair, and it’s vital to entrust this intimate passing to someone who already understands your grief.
Dr. Simpson’s visit to your home ensures you’ll have more time with your pet during these troubling times and less of the pointless stress.
Cloning anything has been debated in great length over the years, from farm animals to humans, but no matter what side of the argument you are on, it’s happening. However, how far have we actually advanced when it comes to pet cloning? In addition, there are also still many myths surrounding cloning and therefore, we will be discussing those in this article today.
There are many foods that we should avoid giving our pets all year round, but it’s easy for mistakes to happen during the holiday seasons. For instance, you may be having guests around to celebrate, but do your guests know all the foods that you shouldn’t give your pet?
Traditionally speaking, most people assume that hospice care is for humans that have a life limiting illness or someone that is towards the end of their life and needs 24hr care. That being said, this was the case until a few years ago, when people began using hospice care for their pets, and now this is an increasing trend that pet owners are choosing for various reasons.