In Memoriam: Lexie

January 25th, 2021 by Laurie Brush

Lexie’s Story:
We are so proud to have been your humans Lexie! You are a Pampered Poodle for sure girl with close to fifty wonderful babies in your lifetime. Your temperment was so exceptional. You were your Dad’s greatest companion when he was living the lonely bachelor life before I came along. I knew if he ever loved me half as much as he loved you I’d be one lucky gal! Losing you has left a HUGE hole in our hearts. We still have your daughter Rosalie and your granddaughter Pearl. I don’t know what we would do without their comfort. We have a piece of you through them. Not everyone is lucky enough to have three generations.

Your boy Dawson keeps saying, “Lexie, where are you.” For only being two he sure doesn’t miss a thing! There’s just so much to say about you sweet girl. You backed a stray dog off once when I was gardening. Then you dutifully stood watch even after it was gone util I finished. I’ll never forget you licking the tears off my face when I miscarried my first pregnancy after many years of infertility. I didn’t think I’d ever stop crying and for three days you laid with me. Consoling me just with your presence.

Oh and you in the water!!! You loved the lake near the house where you were born! Your human Grandma Barb and our neice Harlee were so good to you! So much fun with them. They got a kick out of you putting your head under water for so long looking for that ball!

So many stories sweetheart. We just want to say thank you and we all love you. Missing you everyday. Til we meet again Lex.

The wonderful care from the Dr. that came to the house was so appreciated. She was gentle and caring with our girl as if she was her own. Thankful doesn’t begin to cover how we felt. Her life was honored in the highest way we knew possible. Glad we made the call.


In Memoriam: Casey

January 18th, 2021 by Laurie Brush

Casey’s Story:
We adopted Casey and her sister Nicky in 2008. My husband and I had gone to the Humane Society to (hopefully) find a kitty to bring home. We ended up bringing home both girls. My husband was Casey’s human. She loved her dad so much. At the end of his work day, she would sit on his lap while we watched tv. She was so sweet and beautiful. We miss her very much. We were fortunate to have Casey in our life. She is at peace now.

When I called Heaven at Home, Mary was kind and helpful. Dr Katie was a calm and reassuring professional when she was at our home. It’s people’s kindness that is very much appreciated when going through the distress of a life coming to an end.


Space Age Pet Pain & Mood Management

January 1st, 2021 by Heaven At Home Staff

Throughout the ages, the mysterious forces of electricity and magnetism have been thought to possess healing powers. While it might sound a little “Sci-Fido,” current research in targeted Pulse Electro Magnetic Fields (tPEMF) is producing new treatment options with promising results for cats and dogs.

“tPEMF, when administered correctly, is a great way to give an senior cat or dog non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical pain relief through the reduction of inflammation,” said Dr. Laurie Brush, founder of Heaven at Home Pet Hospice. Read the rest of this entry »


 
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