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Animal Hospice Westminster


Seeing your dog or cat suffer is something that no pet parent ever wants to experience. For animals facing chronic pain and serious illness, hospice and palliative care are often the best options for easing their discomfort. 

Just like humans, dogs and cats sometimes need a bit of extra care to ensure their comfort during their final days. Whether your pet is nearing the end of their life as the result of advancing age or serious injury or illness, we offer animal hospice in Westminster to ease their suffering. At A Pet’s Farewell, we are committed to making the last few days and hours of companion animals’ lives as peaceful and comfortable as possible.



What Is Pet Hospice? 

The term “hospice” refers to end of life care. As your beloved companion nears the end of their life, they may experience pain or discomfort that drastically lowers their quality of life. Just like people, pets can suffer from a wide range of ailments that require a variety of treatments. And, of course, some pets respond well to different types of treatment than others.

In-home hospice care allows us to provide the care and treatment your pet needs during the final days and hours of their life. In most cases, the prescribed treatment is intended to ease pain and discomfort, however, other types of treatment may be recommended, too. During hospice care, we will work closely with you and your pet to ensure that the right treatment is provided. We will closely monitor your companion’s quality of life, and we will help you determine if or when euthanasia may be the kindest option

Animal Hospice in Westminster


At A Pet’s Farewell, we provide in-home animal hospice in Westminster and the surrounding areas. We understand how difficult it is to see your pet age or suffer from a serious illness and are here to help ensure their comfort and your peace of mind during this painful time. To learn more about our hospice and palliative care services or to request a consultation, please contact our team today. 


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