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Compassionate care for pets: Why some animal lovers are turning to hospice

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This is such a difficult topic but an important one to consider. Remember, Dogville has a tremendous heart for senior dogs and will go above and beyond to accommodate their needs. We are here to help. From the article:

“Usually provided at home in the time before euthanasia or death, pet hospice is a practice that proponents say has just as much to do with the bond between animal and human as the animal’s health. Though pet owners and veterinarians have long been caring for pets at the end of their lives — even if the practice wasn’t then called “hospice” — the field has gained more acceptance in recent years.

While some may think pet hospice is more of a comfort to pet owners than the actual pet — one with an especially hefty price tag for those who have already pursued other treatment — others consider it the best way to part with a beloved companion.”

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