No Carriers. No Cars. No Fears.

Just Love.

Our sole purpose is to make your most difficult situation as peaceful and relaxed as possible – for both you and your pet.

Your home is the place your dog or cat prefers to be so it’s the best place to say goodbye.

Because you and your pet deserve those final moments to be as peaceful and private as can only be found In the Comfort of Home.

— Dr. Roger Blankfein

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COVID-19 Protocols – NOV.-DEC.  2022 – Please Read Before Calling

It is important to keep in mind, we are going to strangers homes all day every day, including many families with compromised immune systems. We also have vulnerable family members at home. We want to continue to help as many pets and families as we can, and that’s why these precautions are required. These modifications are necessary in order to protect ourselves, the public, and you.

These precautions are in effect regardless of anyone’s vaccination status.

Be honest and up-front during scheduling if anyone in the home is ill.

Make sure everyone who intends to be present understands and will cooperate with these requirements.

 

Masks are REQUIRED FOR ALL INDOOR appointments (please no bandanas, gaiters or face shields).

Masks are optional for appointments fully outdoors and are required for anyone holding pet during final injection.

  We will allow up to 1-2 owners to hold the pet during the final injection.

Other Steps:

  • Please have dogs wearing a collar or harness prior to arrival.  You may keep it after, but it comes in handy for the vet during the visit.

    If you prefer the doctor not leave behind mementos or literature, please notify us in advance.

    Families electing Private cremation may get ashes returned by UPS shipping with tracking as another way to reduce exposure to the virus.

    We unfortunately are still restraining from handshakes and hugs.

    Submit the authorization form electronically directly from the website right after scheduling and in advance of the appointment.

    The attending veterinarian reserves the right to halt or change the location should the indoor location be too crowded or any of the above requirements not be met.

— Dr. Roger Blankfein

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