Lap of Love launches directory of in-home pet palliative care and euthanasia providers

Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice & In-Home Euthanasia recently released a directory of in-home pet palliative care and euthanasia providers.1 This online platform supports the growing demands for in-home end-of-life care and pet euthanasia services by connecting American families with local providers who specialize in this field.

“At Lap of Love, we want to make sure that we connect all pet parents to the end-of-life care and euthanasia services they seek,” said Mary Gardner, DVM, co-founder of Lap of Love, in an organizational statement.2 “Currently, our help desk gets over 10,000 calls a week, and when all of our doctors have appointments, we have to direct the calls to other end-of-life care and home euthanasia providers. .

“When one of our doctors is unavailable, or if it’s an area we don’t currently serve, we plan to refer families to this new directory. Our top priority is to ensure end-of-life pets receive the care and services they need, whether from Lap of Love or another caring veterinarian,” she added. .

The directory of in-home pet palliative care and euthanasia providers is available at no cost to pet owners. Veterinary providers specializing in end-of-life care can also create a profile list for free.

References

  1. Directory of in-home pet palliative care and euthanasia providers. Tower of love. Accessed June 2, 2022. https://inhomeeuthanasiadirectory.com
  2. Lap of Love is launching a new directory of in-home pet palliative care and euthanasia providers. Press release. Tower of love. June 1, 2022. June 2, 2022. https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/06/01/2454648/0/en/Lap-of-Love-Launches-New-In-Home-Pet- Hospice-Euthanasia-Provider-Directory.html

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