Give your euthanasia clients a package of love

Give your euthanasia clients a package of love

When it comes to your euthanasia clients, use extra loving, tender care.
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Apr 01, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

For pet owners burying their own pet, we cover the bag with a donated blanket, sheet, towel, or even a pillowcase. It helps take away the horror of their pet being in a bag. We fold and pin and make it into a package of love.

—Polly Hayes, veterinary assistant
Beiling Veterinary Care
Leetonia, Ohio

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