San Diego Tribune: “Home euthanasia allows pets to pass on in peace” Featured Article At Paws Into Grace we have dedicated our practice to the comfort and the transition periods that can be so difficult for families. We we so honored to be a featured article about the transition of one of our furry clients Enzo. […]
Dr Lamere is one of our vets going to volunteer and help pets and animals in need, we are so proud to have such a wonderful heart and talent on our team. I feel pulled toward helping the animals in every catastrophe like this, but this event is more personal for me. I used to spend every […]
There’s been a bit of talk recently about the movie “A Dog’s Purpose”. Suffice to say, we feel a dog’s purpose is many things and one of those things is to show us how to love unconditionally. And yet, when we get a diagnosis of sorts, we can lose sight of what our purpose is […]
Nobody talks much about what happens after a pet dies. Most grieve privately. It’s just what we do. We feel the loss deeply but there’s more beyond that. There’s time, time that we fill with healing, memorializing, celebration of lives, pictures, memories, scrap booking, stories to be told and re-told, a lifetime of feel good […]
Here at Paws Into Grace, it’s our mission to help pet parents in the San Diego area say “goodbye” to their pets in a way that’s just as special as the first time they said “hello.” We understand that the decision to euthanize a pet is a very difficult one, especially if he or she […]
Playing Pet Detective sounds like fun but when it comes to end of life care for our beloved pets, playing detective when it comes to pain management is anything but fun and hardly a diagnostic tool for quality of life and palliative care.