Do you perhaps have an animal with an obvious tumor or an emaciated dog or cat in the garden or out on a walk who will attract questions or concern from friends, neighbors or passersby?
The last thing anyone would wish for is that some well-meaning person calls animal control services or other authority to report an animal appearing to be in need of care and attention.
So it’s wise to have paperwork on hand which is signed by your veterinarian and describes the situation and the fact that the animal is in hospice care at home under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian.
Knowledge reduces fear and increases confidence, and conscious decision-making may minimize future regrets. We invite you to explore our caregiver resources (including animal hospice education and holistic healthcare education), online learning and publications to learn more. You may also wish to book a consultation with BrightHaven President and Founder Gail Pope.