Animal Academy Podcast: In-Home End of Life Care - Celebrating Pets’ Lives with Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff

In-Home End of Life Care – Celebrating Pets’ Lives with Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff



 

A few months ago, I had to say goodbye to my 12 year old Golden Retriever, Chip. It was extremely difficult as it has been with all of the pets I’ve lost over the years. Several years ago I met Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff at a fundraiser to help a local animal shelter. Since that time, I’ve gotten to know Dr. Woodruff and the specialized services she provides to animals and their owners and want to share this knowledge with you. After graduating from the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, she worked as a Mixed Animal Veterinarian. She also has experience as an emergency room Veterinarian and as a general small animal practitioner. The human animal bond has always been her focus and in 2012 she founded the St. Louis area branch of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice and In-Home Euthanasia.

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— Lap of Love Pet Loss Bereavement & Support

Support by Phone:
1. Lap of Love Pet Loss Bereavement & Support Hotline
a. (855) 352-LOVE (5683)
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2. Day By Day – Pet Caregiver Support
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General Resources & Support:
1. Lap of Love General Resources
a. https://www.lapoflove.com/community/Pet-Loss-Support
2. University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center
a. CVMGriefSupport at missouri.edu
b. http://vhc.missouri.edu/pet-loss-support/
Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement: https://www.aplb.org/
The Pet Loss Support Page: https://www.pet-loss.net/resources/MO.shtml

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Allison White: Host of The Animal Academy Podcast -- St. Louis, MO USAAllison White: 

Allison is a licensed clinical social worker who has worked in the field of mental health for over 27 years. She has been involved in programs that value the human-animal connection including therapy dog work, obedience, agility, conformation, herding and field work. When her dogs encountered sports-related injuries, she was introduced to the field of canine rehabilitation and sport’s medicine. Her passion has been to recognize this human-animal bond and what we can learn from animals, which improves our own quality of life by allowing us to experience their unconditional love, devotion and intelligence.

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Dawnette Woodruff - A Guest on The Animal Academy Podcast -- St. Louis, MO USADawnetta Woodruff: 

Dr. Dawnetta Woodruff graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.  She started her veterinary career as a Mixed Animal Veterinarian.  She also has experience as an Emergency Room Veterinarian and as a General Small Animal Practitioner.  Throughout her veterinary career, she has focused on client education and the human-animal-bond.  In mid-2012, Dr. Woodruff founded the St Louis Area branch of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice & In Home Euthanasia.  As a hospice veterinarian, her goal is to help families though a difficult decision making process, guiding and supporting them along the way.  She also enjoys speaking at local veterinary clinics, veterinary CE meetings, and public events.  When she is not working, Dr. Woodruff enjoys nature photography, and spending time with her husband, 2 kids, and 3 dogs.  If you have any questions about veterinary hospice or in-home end-of-life care, please feel free to call (314-827-5606) or send an email to DrDawnetta at lapoflove.com.

 


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