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Pegasus 4590
Pegasus 4590
Pegasus 4590
Langston 6310
Langston 6310
Langston 6310
Kimo Sabi 6313
Kimo Sabi 6313
Kimo Sabi 6313
Marshall 6314
Marshall 6314
Marshall 6314
Diddy 6329
Diddy 6329
Diddy 6329
Chandler 6338
Chandler 6338
Chandler 6338
Ross 6339
Ross 6339
Ross 6339
Baby Shark 6344
Baby Shark 6344
Baby Shark 6344
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Dogs needing hospice care

For dogs that arrive with untreatable terminal illnesses, Muttville has a popular Hospice program. Hospice means taking a dog into your home and giving it palliative care, love, and a wonderful life until it is their time for euthanasia. It can be a very rewarding experience for both the dog and the hospice family.

Muttville covers palliative care costs for these dogs and offers support and guidance. Please read our Hospice Care Coverage document for details on what costs Muttville covers.

Having hospice homes ready and waiting for new arrivals is tremendously helpful! When you decide you’re ready to be a hospice home, please complete our Hospice Adoption Questionnaire.

We’ll schedule a brief interview. When the right match comes along, we’ll let you know.

You can also contact the hospice team for more information, or if you are interested in:

  • The Health and Healing program: fostering a senior dog who requires special care for a period of time until their health improves;
  • Special Care Adoption: adopting a senior dog that may require long-term or ongoing special care.

Thanks so much for opening your heart and home to one of our special dogs.

 

No dogs are currently in need of a hospice home, but if you're interested in becoming a hospice home, please email us at hospice@muttville.org.