Pet Peace of Mind volunteers are still finding many ways to support the bond of love between patients and their pets while maintaining social distancing guidelines. Across the country they are busy finding new forever homes for orphaned pets, dropping off pet food, and transporting pets in need of veterinary and grooming care. Jake, a [...]
The Pet Peace of Mind board and staff would like to extend a warm welcome to the newest members of the Pet Peace of Mind family. Several of our newest partners are the first programs in the states of Alaska, Utah, Arizona, and Rhode Island! We also extend heartfelt thanks to the hundreds of volunteers [...]
Clayton Jones was afforded little time to be a kid, which is why his parents got him two puppies — Bonnie and Clyde, pitbull-border collie mixes, who are sister and brother. Read more. Photo courtesy of The Columbian.
Pet Peace of Mind was honored to be included in the We Are Hospice event hosted by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, January 15 in Washington, DC. It was a chance to showcase the many facets of hospice care and to discuss policy issues with members of Congress. Bon Secours Hospice, our partner of [...]
Each year, Petco Foundation celebrates the big and small ways pet brighten our lives through their Holiday Wishes grant awards campaign. Adopters are invited to share their stories about the pets they adopted through nonprofit organizations and how the adoption changed their lives. Pet Peace of Mind was fortunate enough to have five story submissions [...]
Pet Peace of Mind is delighted to announce the 2019 Pet Peace of Mind Program of the Year winner, Suncoast Hospice in Clearwater, Florida. The award was presented in November to Alicia Lawler, Suncoast Hospice Senior Volunteer Coordinator, at the NHPCO Interdisciplinary Conference in Orlando, FL. Suncoast Hospice has been a Pet Peace of Mind [...]