For many reasons, pet parents may wish to have their pet die a natural death instead of choosing euthanasia. Dr. Turenne supports this choice and works very closely with pet parents to ensure that their pet is comfortable and not experiencing any pain.
She also supports the pet parent as, just as with euthanasia, this can be a difficult and emotional journey.
If you are interested in learning more about hospice-assisted natural death for your pet, we recommend scheduling an initial Hospice consultation.
During this visit, Dr. Turenne will evaluate your pet and talk with you more about this option. If Hospice-Assisted natural death is elected, a 2nd appointment will be made to discuss in detail what to expect during your pet’s transition.