I regard the final stages of a pet’s life as sacred, and focus my message on protecting the patient’s experience, the human-animal bond, and business sustainability. Animal hospice, aquamation, euthanasia, and mobile service expansion are the primary topics of discussion with clients.
Animal hospice is best regarded as a philosophy of care. Hospice focuses on a patient’s comfort rather than treatment aimed at a cure when that is no longer expected. The goal in animal hospice is to maintain the animal’s well-being and dignity at the end of its life. To help you succeed, we review all components of animal hospice work, including the multi-modal medical approach, recordkeeping, care plans, and more.
Aquamation is water-based cremation, also known by the scientific term alkaline hydrolysis. There are pet systems in use all over the world, and the process has proven more eco-friendly. I help my clients understand the marketplace, the needs of the pet-loving community, and the most ethical approach to aftercare.
Euthanasia is one of the most common procedures in veterinary medicine. My mission is to ensure that if life must be ended, it is done with compassion and skill. Most of my euthanasia training is done through the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy (CAETA), however one on one consulting to fine-tune the training to you or your team is perfect too.
Mobile hospice and euthanasia service is where I got my start. Today, more and more companies are thriving and supporting clients/patients in the home setting. I love to talk about startups and scaling in this unique veterinary space.