Welcome To Paws Into Grace
It is very difficult to lose a beloved pet. Paws into Grace was created for home pet hospice care and in-home pet euthanasia because we believe pet owners prefer to have those final moments be in the comfort of home, with family by their side, and where everything is familiar.
Dr. Elizabeth Benson and her team believe it is important to give every family and pet a comforting transition. We are honored to support families in all aspects of the end-of-life process including hospice, compassionate euthanasia, and cremation.
Quality of Life Calculator
This helpful tool will guide you in understanding if your pet is a good candidate for hospice or home euthanasia.Learn more
Hospice Guide Download
Learn if your pet is a good candidate for pet hospice, and how to know it's the right time to say goodbye.Download now
How We Started
Dr. Elizabeth Benson began Paws into Grace with a dream to give pets and their parents a beautiful last encounter. Dr. Benson’s experiences with losing her mother as a young girl, late-night emergency veterinary hospital rooms, and stagnant funerals inspired her to start Paws into Grace in 2007.
Working in a busy vet hospital, Dr. Benson wondered how she could comfort pets surrounded by all the startling noises and unfamiliar smells. It was there she realized, in their last moments, these precious pets belonged at home cuddled on a tattered couch or under their favorite shady spot in the yard, eating peanut butter, steak, and ice cream. They belonged in the arms of their family.
I can't recommend them enough. I had to say goodbye to my 21 year old cat companion. I read the reviews here on Yelp and chose Paws Into Grace and they made an unbearable situation not worse - from the people on the phone to the amazing doctor who... read more
My absolute love Dante had heart failure three months ago. After having him on many medications to help him, his enthusiasm and appetite declined last couple of days. He was in pain and we decided to help him go to heaven rather than torturing him... read more
I wanted to thank you for sending Dr. Brown to euthanize our beloved Myleigh on March 4, 2021. She was compassionate and accommodating, she explained every step of the procedure, and gave us some alone time with Myleigh after she sedated her, but... read more