Circle of Life: Loudoun Pet Euthanasia Services
Euthanasia is an act of kindness we can give to our dying pets.
Home Euthanasia is the act of humanely putting a pet to rest through a careful and peaceful medical procedure in the comfort the animal’s home. This is done when a pet can no longer go on living due to old age or an incurable and often painful disease.
Dying closes the circle of life. Euthanasia is the last act of kindness we can give our sick and dying pets. We are fortunate to be able to humanely end suffering when the quality of our animal’s life is gone. Doing so in the comfort of the pet’s home is the best way for them to pass and the most personal way to say goodbye to your loved one.
Dr. Beth Hood graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine 1987 and has been practicing veterinary medicine in Northern Virginia since 1991. She lives on a small farm located in Western Loudoun County in the historic village of Unison.