Houston has an average of 99 days per year above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The heat and humidity levels we see here are very similar to those seen in tropical climates. Air-conditioning is a way of life for most of us much of the year. It is actually vital for the survival of the people and pets of Houston. Heatstroke in pets is a rapidly progressive life-threatening emergency. It is a state of extreme hyperthermia (106-109 degrees F), resulting in thermal injury to the body’s tissues. Although uncommon in cats, it occurs frequently in dogs. ...more...
What is Animal Hospice? Hospice care aims to meet the physical and mental needs of a pet faced with a life-limiting illness. It begins the moment a pet has been diagnosed with a terminal condition and the family has decided not to pursue aggressive, curative therapies. Hospice exists to provide support and care for patients in the last phases of an incurable disease, or at the natural end of life. Pet hospice focuses on caring, not curing. We understand that serious illness profoundly impacts not only the patient but family and loved ones as well. Patients in the last phases of...more...
A Gentle Goodbye
in the Comfort of Home
Serving the city of Houston and surrounding communities
Daytime, weekend, and holiday appointments available, 8am - 6pm.