Services

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Routine Maintenance Services for Any Age Pet

The most comfort is at home.

No need for long waits to get into the vet clinic or groomers for small things like nail trims, ear cleanings or anal gland expressions because they are so incredibly busy these days. No having to dig the car out of the snowbank and no having to pack up and drag the kids to the appointment. We come to you when it is convenient for your schedule.

Routine Maintenance Services

  • Nail Trims for many species

  • ToeGrips® & nail caps applications

  • Nail Filing

  • Ear Cleaning

  • Anal Gland Expressions

  • Sanitary Trims

  • Paw Pad Hair Trims

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Medical Services

Stress free & more accurate.

Did you know that some diagnostic tests can be inaccurate when a pet (or person) is really nervous? Because going to the vet clinic can be a scary thing for many pets, their test results may not be as accurate as they could be with an in-home visit. Let Compassionate Pet Care perform these services in the comfort of your home for more accurate results. Some services need to be veterinarian-recommended.
 

Medical Services

  • Blood Pressure

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)

  • Blood Glucose (with glucometer)

  • Lab sample collections (blood, ear swabs, urine, stool)

  • Lab sample deliveries to your vet's clinic

  • Medicated Baths

  • Administer Medications (topical, oral or injectable)

  • Administer subcutaneous fluids

  • Post surgical wound care

Consultations

From new pets to pets who have lived their whole life's journey with you.

Whether you need advice on getting a new pet or need a discussion on your life-long pet's quality of life during their golden years or anything in between, pick the consultation that fits your needs. Consultations may be done in person or virtually.
 

Consultations

  • New Pet Game Plan- discuss what kind of pet, breeds, needs of the pet, financial expectations, healthcare needs, etc. to set you up for success to bring a new pet family member into your home.

  • Pet Pep Talk- discuss medical or behavioral* issues you may be having with a current pet. 

  • Environmental Assessment- See more details below

  • Quality of Life Assessment- See more details below

  • Hospice Discussion- See more details below
    *We are not animal behaviorists

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Environmental Assessment

Making home comfort more comfortable

As our pets age, we don't always think about the ways we can help them get around our homes more easily.

Does your old dog slip and slide on the hardwood or tile floors or have a difficult time getting up and down the stairs? Is your older cat missing the litterbox or not getting up on the bed as easily as they used to?

This discussion is an in-depth look at the home environment to develop small changes that make a big impact so it's easier for you and your pet to move through your day to day lives. 

Quality of Life Assessment

Navigating those difficult end-of-life questions.

The most frequent question pet families ask is, "How do I know when it's time to let my pet go?" The answer to this is highly individualized to your family and your pet's situation. In this discussion we can navigate those difficult waters so you can come to decision that works for you, your pet and your family. This discussion can help you be prepared before it becomes a crisis. These conversations tend to be a little shorter than and not quite as in-depth as Hospice Discussions. 

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Hospice Discussion

Helping you help them until their journey's end.

Pet hospice care encompasses the physical, mental, and emotional needs of the pet as well as the mental health, emotional, social, and spiritual needs of the family in preparation for the end of their pet's journey in life and subsequent grief. This discussion will explore how we can make your pet as comfortable as they can be for the time they have left. Because these discussions are in-depth and detailed, you won't be left empty handed. You will be provided resources to refer back to and to help you along your pet's end-of-life journey. 

Respite Care
(Medical Pet Sitting)

Easing your stress.

Take comfort in knowing your pet is getting expert care so you can make out of town trips or spend long days at the office. Respite Care is in-home temporary, short-term care (planned or emergency) provided for pet(s) with medical needs &/or health concerns who, for some reason(s), cannot be boarded or otherwise cared for outside of the home. Requires a Meet & Treat for new clients.
A deposit is required at the time of booking a respite care appointment. This deposit is fully refundable with 72 hours or more notice of cancellation. The deposit is 50% refundable at 24-72 hours’ notice of cancellation. Deposits are non-refundable with 24 hours or less notice of cancellation.

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Travel costs

Since we serve you in the comfort of your own home, there is a cost associated with travel to your home. Compassionate Pet Care travels up to 100 miles from the city of Negaunee, MI within the state of Michigan. Due to professional medical licensing we cannot service patients in Wisconsin. If you live outside this distance but within Michigan, please inquire for more information, we may be able to accommodate you.

Services of Compassionate Pet Care of the Upper Peninsula, LLC are provided by a Licensed Veterinary Technician (LVT) who is a Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Technician (CHPT) . Michigan state laws regulate practices of LVTs. Regulations state LVTs MAY NOT diagnose, prescribe, perform surgery or independently euthanize pets. Please contact your primary veterinarian for those services and for any emergency care needed.