I will continue to provide my in home euthanasia services, to the extent that I am able, to help your pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
My veterinary business allows me to operate under the authority of the California Health and Safety Code, effective March 20th, 2020.
In order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, I will adhere to the protocol outlined below. I will not be able to provide services if any person in the household is
COVID-19 positive or is having COVID-19 symptoms. Please be honest, as this is for everyone’s safety.
I will go over the entire euthanasia process via phone conversation or email correspondence in order to increase efficiency during the visit and minimize exposure time.
A consent form can be printed from my website to fill out in advance of my visit. This can be signed and returned via email or presented to me in person. If you are not able to access a consent form, I will present one at the beginning of my visit for you to fill out.
If you are paying with a check or cash, please have the total amount prepared in advance.
When I arrive at your home, I will be wearing a mask and require those who wish to be present wear masks prior to my entrance. I also request all involved practice social distancing as much as possible and avoid physical contact. If at all possible, gathering outside is preferred.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these challenging times.
Our pets enrich our lives, providing joy, companionship, comfort and unconditional love. The bond we share is personal and powerful. When our pets approach the end of their lives, choosing to help them pass peacefully can be the greatest gift we give them in return.
In Loving Arms in-home euthanasia service allows your beloved companion to pass gently in a familiar environment, surrounded by the love that has been the foundation of their life.
Dr. Tracy and Lulu
Sydney - Pure joy at the beach
"All animals except man know the purpose of life is to enjoy it".
- Samuel Butler