Hospice Care
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Dr. Feldman is especially committed to providing home hospice and palliative care for pets facing serious illness and chronic pain.

Palliative care is tailored to each individual pet with the goal of relieving suffering and providing the best possible quality of life for your beloved friend. Dogs and cats are susceptible to a range of diseases, and they respond differently to treatment options. A major benefit of palliative care is that the treatment can be modified to meet the individual needs of each patient. It may include one or a combination of treatments to best address your pet’s needs.

When providing hospice care, we will work closely with you to monitor your pet’s quality of life throughout the treatment. The doctor will discuss her observations with you to help you make a decision regarding your pet’s end of life. Rest assured that the final decision regarding euthanasia is always yours to make.

In-Home Pre-Euthanasia Consultation

Initial Consultation ........ $350
Follow up visits .............. $225
Medications, if needed, are additional

To give Dr. Feldman a better idea of your pet’s individual medical needs, if possible, please print and fill out the Hospice History Form before your appointment.

Veterinary hospice care for your cat or dog can include, but is not limited to:

  • Creating a hospice care plan
  • Wound and bandage care
  • Education about the end-stage disease process
  • Nutrition supplementation
  • Pain recognition and treatment
  • Fluid administration
  • Management of incontinence

Living with Love

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. A Pet’s Farewell is honored to provide animal hospice care for pets and owners in Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, Irvine, Huntington Beach, Tustin, Long Beach, and the surrounding areas.

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