In-home hospice provision — a viable option for veterinary palliative care?

Lynne Kerrigan
Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Veterinary hospice care has developed significantly in the US as a practice involving a multidisciplinary team and a variety of settings. A dedicated veterinary practice hospice facility, while possible, will place huge demands on most practices, therefore in-home hospice care may be a more viable option for a veterinary practice wishing to extend its range of services, and a more appealing option for a pet owner facing the impending loss of their treasured companion.

In-home hospice provision — a viable option for veterinary palliative care?
In-home hospice provision — a viable option for veterinary palliative care?

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