HHPH is a mobile veterinary hospice in Pinellas County, FL.

P.O. Box 3271

Seminole, FL 33775



Helping Hands 

  Pet Hospice



Phone Consultations

Quality of Life Counseling

Comfort Care ( Pet Hospice)

Vet Technician Visits

Peaceful Pet Euthanasia

Aftercare (Pet Cremation)

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Photo courtesy of Joseph Photography

Pets nearing the end of their lives are often anxious, in pain or difficult to move.   Having our veterinary team come to you is an excellent way to reduce this stress.   Personal observation of your pet's environment also allows our team to make better recommendations for your pet's comfort.  For many dogs and cats, simple changes to their living arrangements can greatly improve their quality of life.   You can also be more confident in the care of your pet knowing our support is just a phone call, text or email away.

When the time comes for your pet's euthanasia, privacy and comfort are of utmost importance.  We don't want you worried about loud noises, curious strangers or other distractions.  Our focus (and yours) should be on your pet only.  We want them in their bed, on their favorite couch or on your lap.  We want you to be able to express your feelings without the worry of being overheard.  Most of all, we want you, your family and your other pets to take the time you need to say goodbye. Each in-home pet hospice or pet euthanasia  appointment  is scheduled for a full hour, and you can take as much of that time as you want. We respect the bond you have with your pet and encourage you to share how we can help your family feel more peaceful during our visit.  

Why Choose Us?

About Our Doctor

Dr. Cherie Buisson is a 2000 graduate of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  She has been providing  pet hospice care throughout her career.   Doc B started making pet hospice house calls in 2011 and found them to be the most fulfilling part of her practice.    She also enjoys public speaking and  gives seminars to veterinary professionals on pet hospice, pet euthanasia and compassion fatigue (stress associated with caregiving).   She is studying to become one of the first certified hospice vets in the world.