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How do you serve precious pets?

  • Pet Euthanasia

What part of the animal kingdom do you serve?

  • Cats
  • Dogs

What licensing do you have?

  • Business License
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)

On a scale of snail to elephant, what size animals do you work with?

  • under 20 lbs
  • 20-39 lbs
  • 40-79 lbs
  • 80+ lbs

Pet Certifications

  • American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB)

Cat-astrophes happen! What is your cancellation policy?

  • Flexible

Without pet parents, Petmasters wouldn't exist. What discount do you offer our dedicated members? (e.g. 20% off their first session, etc.)

15% reduced cost for military families and veterans

Which part of the country do you serve pets?

Arizona

What year did you begin serving pets?

2010

How did you hone your craft?

When I said goodbye to my very first dog, it was at an emergency pet clinic at 2 o’clock in the morning. He had cancer, and unfortunately I had hung on for too long. Well the veterinary staff was amazing, the clinical experience was scary scary for him and for me. There were lots of distractions, and I wasn’t able to connect with him and his final moments. I began Angel Veterinary as a tribute to him, and I truly feel blessed to be able to help families say goodbye with compassion and dignity in the comfort of home.

What tip would you give pet parents for working with animals that you've learned as a pro?

When I said goodbye to my very first dog, it was at an emergency pet clinic at 2 o’clock in the morning. He had cancer, and unfortunately I had hung on for too long. Well the veterinary staff was amazing, the clinical experience was scary scary for him and for me. There were lots of distractions, and I wasn’t able to connect with him and his final moments. I began Angel Veterinary as a tribute to him, and I truly feel blessed to be able to help families say goodbye with compassion and dignity in the comfort of home. When it comes to end of life, it’s important to be strong enough to set our dogs and cats free, before they lose all sense of themselves. They gave us so much, and asked for so little in return. It is up to us to allow them to keep their pride and dignity. It is truly better for them to say goodbye one day too soon rather than one day too late. The memories surrounding their transition can be beautiful and peaceful instead of urgent and traumatic.Home euthanasia is truly the best gift we can give them at the end of life.