Thank you for helping Tanner’s soul go to Heaven on 12-11-16. Your kindness and comfort did not go unnoticed and was seriously deeply appreciated. I left you the following review on Yelp:
No one likes to make the decision to say goodbye to a beloved pet who is a family member, but it’s the most selfless thing a pet parent can do when their senior dog’s body is shutting down and he’s showing pain despite effort to control and suppress it. I cannot express how comforting it was to have Dr. Simpson come to my home and peacefully send my 14 year old golden retriever to Heaven, taking him from his pain and making his old body new again. I am so grateful she has chosen this as her profession. My golden boy had been a part of my life since he was 6 weeks old and we had the strongest bond. Hardest decision to make in my life, but I’m glad I was led to find Dr. Simpson and she was able, willing, and unrushed to drive across DFW to assist him before driving back the opposite direction for another family. From her gentle nature to her understanding and even a follow up call the next day to check on my well-being made it a comforting and reassuring decision that I had chosen the right person to make my best friend’s transition easier and leave me without regrets. He looked so peaceful and pain-free in his final moments. His soul is in Heaven and his paw prints remain deeply embedded in my heart forever. Thank you Dr. Simpson for helping him. He will be missed.
I would also like to add that your holiday card was so beautiful too. I definitely intend to hold onto it as it brings comfort to see the reflective paw print design.
Tanner will certainly be missed by many. He was not only my best friend, but a volunteer at the Heritage Farmstead Museum in Plano, a retired member of 4 Dog Flight flyball team, a well know member in our community through his involvement with my martial arts school, and through his many community service projects as a very active and decorated Dog Scout with DSA Troop 119. He most recently was selected as the Cover Photo for the Doo The Right Thing 2017 Calendar sponsored by the North Central Texas Council of Governments http://www.nctcog.org/envir/SEEclean/stormwater/program-areas/public_education/pet-DOO.asp
He set a good example and brought smiles to a lot of faces in his 14 years.
Thank you for bringing comfort to his final moments on earth.
– Cheryl B.