We provide in-home euthanasia and comfort when you need us most.
Our mission is simple, to treat you and your pets the way we would want to be treated – with compassion and respect. Whether you need veterinary hospice care at home, in-home euthanasia, or just some support by phone, we are here to help you through. Your pets mean the world to you. We want to help you keep them comfortable at home until it is time to say goodbye. Dr. Cherie Buisson is a licensed veterinarian and is certified in hospice and palliative care. She is specially trained to aid families and pets during this difficult time.
A message from Dr. Cherie Buisson:
“If you’re anything like me, you have an incredible connection with your pets. You watch them age with fondness and a little fear, and hearing the news that your pet has a serious illness is devastating. I’m here to help hold you up during the hardest part of being a pet parent. Together, we can make sure that your baby’s last days are comfortable for your entire family. I’ll guide and support you every step of the way.”
It’s a very sad day when we have to say goodbye to our fur babies. Today Dr. B helped our family say goodbye to our beautiful Italian Greyhound, Bandit. She was 16 years old and could no longer walk or see or hear. Her nickname was Snaggle-tooth because she only had 2 teeth left. But we loved her! Dr. B was amazing. She was gentle, compassionate and caring. She handled the situation with our boys (12 and 14) so wonderfully. Thank you for making such a difficult time a little easier and making it so beautiful.
Together we can do so many great things!
For over 50 years the AVMF has been developing resources to advance the science and practice of veterinary medicine to improve animal and human health. Charitable contributions and support to the Foundation help veterinarians help animals. Helping Hands Pet Hospice has a fund through AVMF for clients who can’t afford to say goodbye at home. Please click below to donate.