I can not say enough good things about this company.
Dr Benson is a wonderful, caring and compassionate person. She greeted all dogs and made them feel special She made the two who were not to be put down at ease.
It made our family feel so comfortable showing pics of Sugar Bear Bogie, all along stroking and talking to Sugar Bear making him feel at ease. She took 20 mins doing that. She gave us all the time we needed at the end to spend our final moments with him, which was greatly appreciated. She just said I’ll be in my car and you can come get me when your ready.
The other two dogs were able to say good bye which helped immensely.I would highly recommend this company and will use it again. The cost was the same as our vet would have been.
I just will again how wonderful Dr Benson is.
I am honored and blessed to have had Daisy Mae as a soul mate,dog, and companion for 17 years.
Daisy Mae was a therapy dog that worked at skilled nursing facilities and specialized in working with Hospice patients and the bereaved. She helped so many transition that it was only suitable she receive the same sacred energy she shared her whole life.
Dr. Benson was the only Vet I could find that would come to us in the evening when it was a quiet and sacred time. Words cannot express how grateful we are for her – she provided me peace and peace of mind for the rest of my life.
Light And Love – Anne, Kirk and Sigmund The SeamonsterFagergren
If you are looking into home Euthanasia, this is who you should do it with.
Dr. Benson was kind and professional, and we never felt like she shouldn’t have been there during our crying spells. My husband and I got to spend the entire procedure sitting in our bed, holding Princess. I’m glad it was in our home, and not at the vets office.
We had to euthanize our 5 year young Boxer yesterday after a very short and unexpected battle of terminal Lymphoma. We knew we wanted to do an at home euthanasia since our poor guy was in and out of vet offices at the end. We called around and Paws Into Grace was the only place that had availability right away and also ended up having the best prices…even though we would have paid double.
Dr. Benson came in the early evening to give us the day with him. When she came she introduced herself and then spent about 5-10 minutes with our dog then she explained the process and we began. She gave us time alone with him throughout the process and when she was there she had a presence that wasn’t noticeable and made it easy for us to feel like only we were there.
It was a peaceful ending and we are so happy we had Dr. Benson to help us give our dog an end in his most comfortable setting…his home with his family.
We also decided to have him cremated and Dr. Benson took him for us and provided us the info for the pick up of his ashes.
Thank you again to Dr. Benson for everything she provided us. We highly recommend her to anyone in need of this service.
My 14 1/2 year old German Shepard has been my constant companion since my husband passed 15 years ago.
However, today I realized that Sasha, who has great heart and the will to live, was giving up the journey. When I contacted Dr. Elizabeth Benson, DVM, she came within a few hours. Dr. Benson was so kind and loving with Sasha. She spent precious moments getting to know Sasha who rewarded her with a great big kiss! Sasha was the world’s best dog for all who knew her.
The whole process of having Sasha leave this world laying on her favorite rug surrounded by love and kindness was a blessing. When it was all over, Sasha looked just like she was taking nap. So peaceful.On a pleasant journey without pain and struggle. Back to chasing those balls once again.
So, thank you, Dr. Benson, for your kindness and compassion not only for Sasha but for me as well. My tears continue to fall, but I have a grateful memory of today knowing how you much you cared for not only Sasha’s comfort but mine as well.
You are special person. Thank you for being here today.
As I write this my heart is broken.
Just this morning I put my 13 y/o dog and best friend to sleep. The only thing that made it ok was Dr. Benson and Paws Into Grace. I was at the Animal ER last night when I got the bad news and it just felt so cold and awful. I just couldn’t put him to sleep there.
I took my dog home, tucked him into his comfy bed with his blankets and toys and invited friends over to wish him well with me. I called Paws Into Grace and Dr. Benson came right over and it was like she was part of the family. It was the most peaceful way for Baxter to go and I’m so thankful someone referred me to this service.
Thank you so much for making Baxter’s final moments so familiar and comfortable. I really can’t thank you enough!