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A Peaceful Farewell- A gentle way to let your pet go

It was recently National Pet Memorial Day so we found that our next member would be appropriate to feature for all pet owners. No one wants to be reminded that our pets will not live forever, but the reality of it is, they don't. That means we need to prepare at some point how we will deal with such a decision when the time comes. Completing steps now will help you when the day arrives. You will be prepared, you will know just what to do. No questions or worries because you've already done your planning. 

Please help us welcome Dr. Kristin Lawmaster, owner of "A Peaceful Farewell."

Dr. Lawmaster is one of the Valley's few "In-Home pet euthanasia services."

Business Phone:

 (480) 760-5896

Business website:

Dr. Kristin Lawmaster grew up in southern California, and graduated from Cal Poly Pomona in 1996 with a B.S. in Zoology.


Proud Member of the American Veterinary Medical Association

"The choice to break our own hearts to save another from
suffering is true compassion." Dr. Lawmaster

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Thank you Dr. Lawmaster for offering such an amazing service to pet owners! We are proud that you are an Az Pet Professional, trusted and referred by many!
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