COVID-19 Update:

At this time we are available for In-Home Euthanasia visits and Virtual Quality of Life Consultations. Dr. Ravina has been vaccinated for COVID-19, and we are taking all appropriate precautions regarding sanitizing carefully between appointments. We are comfortable coming inside your home, although outdoor appointments are still recommended and encouraged. Given the latest data on the Omicron variant, Dr. Ravina will wear a mask for every visit. We strongly recommend, but don’t require, that everyone in attendance above the age of 2 wear a face-fitting mask, regardless of vaccination status. If you are scheduling an indoor visit, we recommend opening windows and doors as possible/practical, to improve ventilation. Please inform the doctor if you or any other member of your family is experiencing any COVID-like symptoms or have had recent exposure to a COVID-positive individual, and we will touch base with you to discuss a plan.

Upcoming Closures:

Saturday, September 17th – Thursday, September 22nd
Monday, October 10th
Saturday, November 19th – Sunday, November 27th

Peaceful Paws Veterinary Hospice

Grief Resources

Here we have compiled a list of support resources to get you started.
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Peaceful Paws Resources

You may find it difficult to move on after losing a beloved pet. Pet bereavement is real and the grieving process can be very painful, often as painful as losing a human family member or friend. If you need support and understanding as you process your grief, please don’t delay in getting help. Here we have compiled a list of support resources to get you started. If you need support and understanding as you process your grief, please don’t delay in getting help.

Online Support Services

​One on One Counseling

Live Chat Groups

On the Phone
Helping Children Through Pet Loss

Children’s Books on Pet Loss:

Helping Companion Pets Through Loss