pet euthanasia, pet hospice

We at Pets at Peace feel all animals deserve respectful and humane treatment especially at the end of life. Our beloved pets give us so much that they deserve a dignified, anxiety-free, pain-free end of life. The ability to stay in the home during these last stages is a large part of it and can be as important to the owners as it is the pets. 

What is euthanasia?

Animal euthanasia is the act of humanely ending the life of a living being in order to end extreme suffering, typically as the result of a serious and irreversible medical condition; in animals, often called "putting to sleep"

COVID-19 Restrictions

As we start the process of returning to normalcy, we are trying to limit the number of homes we enter at this time. We are holding appointments outside in your yard, in your garage or in a screened-in porch that can be entered from the outside. We request that everyone wear masks during the entire process. We will keep distanced from you for as much of the appointment as possible. If anyone in the home is not feeling well, we require that the appointment be cancelled or rescheduled. Please know that we shall cancel or reschedule should we or anyone in our homes become ill. We can discuss our restrictions and your specific needs in more detail during any phone conversations or emails. We do reserve the right to leave any situation in which we do not feel is safe for any reason. We do understand many of you are vaccinated and are done with these restrictions, however we ask that you respect that many of our clients and family members are either not vaccinated or at high risk for different reasons. We ask that you respect our decisions on how to reopen our practice at this time. 

978-539-7387      drmac@petsatpeacema.com       Middleton, MA 01949