That’s when the magic of 4PawsFarewell entered our lives. This was 2018, and sadly while they weren’t involved long with the more critical of our two senior boys, they did introduce us to toe grips! This cutie pie, Max, who was frequently wetting himself due to inability to lift himself off the hardwood, regained his autonomy until the morning he
passed peacefully in his sleep at my feet.
4PawsFarewell was beyond amazing. They were so responsive and excited to come in early for long term prevention and palliative. Under their skilled, patient, intuitive care they took a downwardly mobile male Great Dane already past his life expectancy at nine, to 11.5 years!
The guidance provided by this team is exceptional! As a pet parent, you are never discouraged from seeking more advanced diagnostics. Instead, the likely diagnostic options are explained in detail, along with possible adverse reactions, and potential information provided by these procedures, with what options might be available based on
This very special group of practitioners, under the guidance of Dr. Beth Marchitelli , are applying a holistic patient- centric, whole household approach to palliative care. What they provide is the pinnacle of end of life care that we could only hope for our human relatives.
We count these wonderful ladies as friends and will be calling them in early for care of our remaining and future fur babies who already know and love them as much as we, their humans, do.
Daisy Roland LPN
Molly Brown April 2003 – June 2019. I just want to say how grateful we are to 4 Paws Farewell for helping us send our cherished companions on their final journey.
Missy was so sickly when we rescued her, we didn't think she would live more than a couple of weeks. We took her home to give her lots of love, plenty of food, and a nice warm bed. She had been living outside under a dirty old couch, and was covered in ticks and...