You are not alone.
We have helped over 3,000 Southern Nevada families know when it’s time to say goodbye.
We plan for your pet’s best end of life
process while considering your goals to
help you make the best choices.
Recognizing quality of life, for everyone
involved, is not always clear or easy.
How it works
We come to your home and allow the time needed to discuss your pet's quality of life in a professional,
supportive, and non-judgmental manner.
We do not perform any testing or surgery, and do prescribe medication if needed. This includes a brief exam by the veterinarian, a quality of life assessment, and an individualized treatment plan.
With a team approach, we use our experience and resources to make it easier to care for your pet,
and monitor their condition.
Examination and Consultation
Comprehensive Review of Records
Individualized Care Plan
"How to Know When It's Time" Guidance
Emotional Support Resources
One Month of Medical Management
with Unlimited Communication and
*Return in-home visits and medications
are an additional cost
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How will I know it's time to say goodbye?
Knowing when it's time to make the choice for humane euthanasia is a difficult and emotional choice for most pet owners. We use our experience and resources to help better understand what is best for you and your pet. Nevada Pet Hospice will assess your pet's current quality of life and help us recognize when that is fading. We are with you every step of the way, together making the best choices for you and your pet.
When should I schedule a Hospice and Quality of Life Assessment?
It's best to start at the first signs of decline or when a diagnosis is made. The sooner a relationship is started, the more you and your pet can benefit from the support and care our team provides. We focus on improving the comfort and quality of life of your pet, while also helping navigate the uncertainty that comes with this delicate window in time.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“Dr. Toby is one of the most kind and gentle people I have ever met in my life.”
Darren Sperling / November 2020