pet memorial

Considerations PRIOR to your at-home euthanasia visit

Posted on December 12, 2014 by Lynn Henderson

Making the decision to euthanize an animal you have loved is the hardest decision an animal lover will make. I believe strongly in offering euthanasia at home, and aim to make a difficult time just a bit easier by being in a safe and comfortable place for both animals and human family members. There are… [Read More]

Poem to Dog

Posted on September 13, 2014 by Lynn Henderson

You would walk with me, sit with me, listen to me.You were content to just be with me, little old me.It seemed like I was everything in your world, and more than enough. And now there is a space, an absence where you use to be.It is dim where you once were so bright.The air… [Read More]

Memorial Poem To Maddy

Posted on January 6, 2014 by Lynn Henderson

water dog   our memories wash over me like waves recounting the years rejoicing in our shared moments your playful puppy years our intertwined lives   though you never spoke a word I knew your every thought I sit here now sobbing wishing for your comfort hoping that you will come to my side nuzzle… [Read More]

In-home Pet Euthanasia (Part 1) – Why?

Posted on September 23, 2013 by Lynn Henderson

At home pet euthanasia

Every pet owner has faced, or will come to face the end of their pet’s life. This is often a time of sadness and turmoil for pet parents, as they grapple with their end-of-life options. Veterinary medicine has come a long way in the last decade, and companion animal euthanasia has become a practice specialization for… [Read More]

Pumma Catney

Posted on February 21, 2011 by Lynn Henderson

On February 21 2011, I lost my loyal and loving friend “Puma”, and he will be sadly missed by all as he was so deeply loved. My beautiful friend is no longer here. “Rest in Peace my loyal companion, you are sadly and dearly missed by all” Vikki Catney Pumas Mom