3 thoughts on “Saying goodbye

  1. Dear Dr. Alves, You came to my house on Oct.12,2020 to put to sleep my Missy moomoo, Thank you so much for what you do. It has been about 5 and a half months since her death, and I’m still grieving. Not sure if this is normal or not. I’ve had to put to sleep puddies in the past, and I don’t remember grieving this long. I want another kitty but I need to move. Kitties hate change and trying to find another place to live where puddies are accepted is difficult. I work for the airlines and when I was getting ready to leave for a trip, Missymoomoo would be so pitiful. The guilt she layed on me left me in tears. I feel so torn right now. Also, I turn 68 in June. What happens if I die before fur babies? Who would take care of them? What would happen to them? Would they go to a shelter in a cage? My heart has such a huge hole in it right now. I just don’t know what to do. Any thoughts? Also wanted to let you know that I received a letter from UC Davis, stating that you made a donation in Misty’s name. Thank you so much!

  2. Dr Chad is the greatest. We RV fulltime and our 15+ year old dog was sick and at the end of her time with us. We had contacted over 20 vets in two areas to help us out. He came to the RV park and we had a peaceful and sweet goodbye for Saley right here where her bed had always been. His explanation and patience is way beyond. Thank you so very much, Dr. Chad.

  3. Thank you again Dr.Alves for your kind and compassionate service. You helped ease the hard decision to let go of our 14 year old Rosie today. We knew from previous experience with you for our Dalmatian( also 14+ years) we were in good hands.
    We are grateful and appreciative that you made the effort to accommodate us.
    Warmest regards,
    The Gann family

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