A home euthanasia provides a unique opportunity to say goodbye where you, your family, and your pet feel most comfortable.
Is Now the Right Time?
You know your pet best; when bad days
outnumber good days and the overall quality of life has diminished, then it may
be time to consider easing your pet’s suffering. Dr. Villalobos’ quality of life chart is a helpful
tool to objectively assess your pet’s situation, based on categories including
hurt, hunger, hydration, hygiene, happiness, and mobility.
About Home Euthanasia
A home euthanasia can be especially helpful if you are homebound
or if your pet is large, fearful, or immobile. Our desire is to help make the difficult time of euthanasia
a little easier for both you and your pet.
About Dr. Sarah Francis
Dr. Sarah Francis received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Virginia Tech and is a 2008 graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, VA. After graduation, Dr. Francis worked for several years in Knoxville, TN and the Tri-Cities area in general small animal private practice, shelter medicine, and emergency medicine. She and her husband, James, are the proud parents of one black standard poodle – “Rhett”.