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Peaceful Pathways In-Home Pet Hospice and Euthanasia
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I was given the exciting opportunity to be a speaker and have a booth for folks to meet with me during the day at Bark in the Park; the largest pet festival in the country. I am so honored to be a part of this which will help to increase the awareness that this help is there for you and your aging or teminally ill companion.
More details as the event is closer.
Thank you to all that support this meaningful work and remind me everyday that this is so important.๏ปฟ

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I received this card from a family and thought I wanted to share it. Pay attention to the story she shares about the hummingbird. Some things are beyond explanation. โค๐Ÿถ๐ŸŒธ๏ปฟ
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In our pain of loss we often question why we have a pet in our lives....I hear so often I'll never do this again....of course you will, of course these past years have been the best years. It's the responsibility we take on as pet parents. The pain is definitely worth the good times and all the memories ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’–๏ปฟ
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One of the most common symptoms I treat at our pets end of life is cognitive decline. We see them become anxious, confused, restless or sleep disrupted...there is no cure but we have ways to help manage. Our attention always on quality of life.๏ปฟ

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I love this statement every time I read it :) Always remembered, never forgotten.ย ๏ปฟ
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I think this is an important article to help us understand that our surviving pets will also grieve just as we will when our companion passes. I don't find the entire article to represent my point of view but it does help open the conversation. Let your pet tell you what they need....more or less of your attention. Just as you will with time figure out how to move forward so will your surviving pets.๏ปฟ

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Saw this guy out and about this afternoon..I rushed to park and chase them down to ask if I could take his picture wink emoticon of course I told them I was a hospice veterinarian and I thought it was awesome to see him! He is a 17 year old border collie that hates to be left home alone...I tell my clients all the time to get a cart! I love it....good for him and his parents ๐Ÿ˜Š๏ปฟ
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