Pet Peace of Mind ® : Keeping pets and families together during hospice care.

 

Pets are members of the family and there’s no more important time to keep families together than during hospice care. In partnership with the national program, Pet Peace of Mind®, Community Hospice offers volunteer support and complimentary pet services to hospice patients regardless of financial need. These services are free due to generous community support. Hospice patients may face difficulty providing care for their pets. Pet Peace of Mind® helps patients and caregivers by offering an extra set of hands, so they don’t have to worry about their pets’ current or future care. Volunteers go to the patient’s home to provide care and transport pets for grooming and other services. Complimentary services include:

  • Pet walking & waste management
  • Transportation to vet or groomer
  • Temporary foster care
  • Veterinary care
  • Grooming
  • Pet food & supplies
  • Adoption (if needed)
Can you help us keep pets and families together during hospice care?

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Vancouver
Sheryl.Reeder@chhh.org or 360.747.1043
Longview
DCarter@chhh.org or 360.414.5488

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Thank you to our generous partners!

Cowlitz County Veterinarians:

Animal Health Services: W. Kelso

Cowlitz Animal Clinic: Longview

Lower Columbian Veterinary Clinic: Longview

Cowlitz County Groomers:

Barkin Bathhouse: Kelso

Fluff-N-Puff: Longview

Paws N Claws Mobile Spa: Castle Rock

The Pet Works: Longview

Waggin Tails: Longview

Clark County Veterinarians:

Companion Pet Clinic – Salmon Creek: Vancouver

Hearthwood Dog and Cat Clinic: Vancouver

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital: Vancouver

Woodland Veterinary Clinic: Woodland

Pet Peace of Mind® is a registered trademark of Pet Peace of Mind, Inc. Used with permission.