Pet hospice increases options for pets and owners

10/18/2012 | San Francisco Chronicle

Veterinary at-home hospice services provide end-of-life care for ill pets, improving quality of life for animals and potentially extending life, albeit only for a few days in some cases. Hospice care must be administered by a veterinarian who works in conjunction with the pet's regular veterinarian to provide palliative treatment such as pain management and catheter placement.

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