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Hospice care, which includes palliative care, is an emerging area in veterinary medicine. Our veterinarians are helping to change the way geriatric and/or terminally ill pets receive treatment and we work with other clinics to share what we have learned.  See the articles below for more insight on Dr. Banks' philosophy about end-of-life care and why she chose this area of medicine.

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Veterinarian Dr. Faith Banks offers pets and their owners support and help when they are saying goodbye.

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If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me this question.....

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Palliative and end-of-life home care are growing and accepted parts of modern medicine for people.

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At first, they open the door to their home and greet me with "you have the worst job in the world," followed by "how do you do this?"

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I always wanted to be a veterinarian. My love for animals coupled with my interest in science meant veterinary medicine was a natural fit. It was my plan, my only plan and I didn't have a back up.

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Dorothy knew it, and Fluffy and Fido knew it, too - there really is no place like home. Many people comment to me that their pets dislike going to the veterinary clinic.

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