Love & Dignity Testimonials
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She is so compassionate, so sweet, she came right away when my baby boy was in distress (he was 14 years old). I did not want anyone else to be there for him, I knew she would make the right decision she had followed him for the last 6 months she wanted both of us to be together as long as we could. I wanted him to pass in my arms and in my house.
Thank you Dr. Heba from the bottom of our hearts. You helped us through such a very difficult time in which we had to Euthanize our 15 years old Boston Terrier, Zoey. I very strongly recommend this in home service to anyone facing this very difficult stage in their pet’s life.
I would like to leave folks with this thought:
Speak Kindly to me, beloved master. Revel in my unconditional love, and give me every minute that you can spare, for my time with you is short.
— Your faithful dog —
Dr. Heba was so kind in assisting our German shepherd in the final stages of his life. She made the process as easy and comfortable as possible. Highly recommend if you have to make this difficult decision.
Dr. Kashkosh helped my beloved Pepper end her life in the most respectful and peaceful way imaginable. She was supposed to come out the following day but I contacted her because Pepper was not doing well and she came out within two hours. She gave us the time to spend with Pepper and she transitioned her with no pain. She was compassionate and kind and loving, the kind of person that you want with you in an unimaginable situation.
A doctor is expected to diagnose, heal, treat, prescribe, communicate, welcome life and offer relief as life transitions from this earth.
Dr. Heba brings to the patient and the family the element which cannot be expected because it cannot be defined. It is the intangible sincerity that can’t be learned in a classroom. It is a tenderness that whispers just loud enough to be heard and felt in a room laden with grief. It is an intuition that reveals itself by helping the family knowing when/how/where without them feeling as though they are being told what to do.
With her mellifluous voice, she explained…..
With her skillful hands, she treated…..
With her patient temperament, she waited outside as we wept.
Bundled beautifully in blankets, our little love’s body was carried off in the arms of Dr. Heba’s loving arms after she released his soul to no longer be bound to the pain he had endured.