“And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the crown of glory that will never fade away.” - 1 Peter 5:4

How can animals help?

Pets have an age-old history of providing authentic camaraderie and displaying unreserved love for the people in their lives. This camaraderie and love forms a great emotional connection between animal and human. The connections that people share with pets can have positive outcomes: lowered nervousness and pressure, more feelings of relaxation, and generally an improved viewpoint on life. In pursuit to offer patients with the best end-of-life care possible, many hospice organizations use animal companionship as a form of therapy. Pet therapy, also known as animal-assisted therapy, in the hospice situation uses the natural connection between humans and animals to offer comfort, peace, and calming friendship to terminally ill patients.

Do you have any experience with animals in hospice care? Leave a comment below or contact us at (361) 575-5900.

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