This section is dedicated to helping you understand what is involved in this difficult journey that is your pet's End of Life.  You will learn about what Euthanasia is, what body reactions you may see as your pet passes away, what Pet Hospice is and how it can benefit you and your pet once you have made the decision "No more Vet Visits", tools you can use to assess your pet's Quality of Life, how you can assess whether or not your baby is in pain and what you can do about it, you will be able to view videos and hear podcasts about home euthanasia, pain and Quality of Life, there are even articles that will answer such questions as "Should Children be Present?", "Am I 'Playing God'" and "Should other Pets be Present?" 

This section is designed to familiarize you with the entire subject of your pet's End of Life and to demystify the subject so that you are better able to plan, make the right decisions at the right time, and ultimately enable you to look back at this experience and feel a sense of relief and be left with the good memories of your pet's life, without regrets about how his or her last moments were.

In this section, you will gain understanding of the Euthanasia process itself, whether it is done at home or at the hospital.  You will also learn about the various reactions a body can manifest as it is transitioning from life to death, you will learn the differences in the euthanasia process in cats, dogs, Read more...
On our website, you will find very useful ways of assessing your own pet's Quality of Life.    You will get help answering questions like:  Is it time to put my pet to sleep?  Is it time to have my dog put to sleep?  Is it time to have my cat euthanized.  These are such difficult decisions…  We make veterinary house calls to help you with your elderly pet in the frame of pet hospice. Read more...
Animals don’t show pain.  Common questions pet owners ask are:  Is my cat in pain?  Is my dog in pain?  How do I know if my pet is in pain if he is not crying?  On this page, you will learn about the multitude of ways that pets express their pain and how to recognize pet pain and pet suffering. Read more...
Are you hoping your pet will pass away naturally and peacefully at home without euthanasia intervention?  Find out what natural death is and how you can avoid unnecessary pet suffering in the end of life process.  Read more...
View our tastefully and respectfully made home euthanasia videos.  Also listen to podcasts of radio interviews, TV interviews with Dr. Annie Forslund, home euthanasia and pet hospice veterinarian. Read more...
The death or euthanasia of a pet can be difficult for a child to experience.  How to decide if a child should be present when a pet passes away?  What can you do to make things easier for your child when his or her pet is put to sleep?  These very important questions are addressed here. Read more...
Other pets grieve when a pet passes away.  Do they sense it?  Should they be given the opportunity to say goodbye?  Should they be there during dog euthanasia or cat euthanasia?  Read more...
How can I make the decision to end my pet’s life?  Am I God to decide if my cat should be put to sleep?  Am I God to decide if my dog should be euthanized?  Home Pet Euthanasia will help you find answers to these questions so that you can truly make the right decision. Read more...