3 must-reads on veterinary end-of-life care

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3 articles on providing the best possible end-of-life care for pets and their families

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The end-of-life care a pet receives has an ever-lasting impact on the animal's family. That is why we have highlighted 3 articles featuring invaluable advice on ensuring the pet passes in the most peaceful way while the family is content with the process.

From helping owners navigate the final stages of their pets' life to pointers on handling a 'bad death'—there's something for everyone. Happy reading!

  1. 5 pillars of veterinary hospice care: Mary Gardner, DVM, outlined important considerations for end-of-life care to ensure a comfortable, safe transition for the pet that is also considerate for the owner.
  2. Preparing owners for the death of a pet: These tips and tricks help guide pet parents through the difficult decision of euthanizing their beloved companion animal.
  3. Dysthanasia: a newer meaning to a relatively new word: Kathleen Cooney, DVM, CHPV, CCFP, distinguishes euthansia from dysthanasia, plus how to practice with compassion, confidence, and control to manage a dysthanasia experience.
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