Slide They Deserve a Revolution This is a smarter model of veterinary care for senior pets. We use an integrative home health approach to treat pets with chronic disease and terminal illness. Our team is renown in the field and passionate about caring for senior pets. We empower you to play a more integral role in decision making. Our focus is improving the quality of life of senior pets, and the lives of the people who love them so much. Because the love you share with your pet is precious.

Only The Best

Dr. McCaffrey is certified in Hospice and Palliative medicine. There are fewer than 100 doctors world wide to have earned this certification. But she is more than a capable doctor… she is a visionary. She believes in changing the way we approach senior health. She believes in raising the standards of care, and the sensitivity to the quality of your pet’s life. She believes in guiding you through the entire process, and making sure that you always feel empowered and supported. But, most of all, she believes in being there for your pet when needed most. Because your pet deserves the best.

Slide A Team Behind You A better model starts with an interdisciplinary team. Dr. McCaffrey works with you to discover the best course of action for your pet. It may be pain management, physical therapy, or regular diagnostics. If your pet is nearing the end of their life, it may be about making sure your pet's quality of life is prioritized, and they feel comfortable and loved. You will find great comfort in having an expert lay out the options for you, and share what we would do for our own pets.

After Dr. McCaffrey has worked with you to develop a plan, she will oversee its orchestration. Skilled veterinary nurses will implement the care plan. For terminal cases, a social worker will help you through the grieving process. Our priority is always showing the utmost compassion for your pet and you.

Slide A Team Behind You A better model starts with an interdisciplinary team. Dr. McCaffrey works with you to discover the best course of action for your pet. It may be pain management, physical therapy, or regular diagnostics. If your pet is nearing the end of their life, it may be about making sure your pet's quality of life is prioritized, and they feel comfortable and loved. You will find great comfort in having an expert lay out the options for you, and share what we would do for our own pets.

After Dr. McCaffrey has worked with you to develop a plan, she will oversee its orchestration. Skilled veterinary nurses will implement the care plan. For terminal cases, a social worker will help you through the grieving process. Our priority is always showing the utmost compassion for your pet and you.