Veterinary Team Members Deserve Training for Hospice Care
When your patients and their caregivers face the end of life, you deserve to have trained team members for this difficult time. Euthanasia doesn't have to be the only option. AHG Certification will give your team the confidence they need to offer the comfort your patients and their caregivers deserve. And you'll also have a support system to offer them by having a Certified Animal Hospice Practitioner (CAHP) on staff.Learn How AHG Can Help
"Become a Certified Animal Hospice Practitioner! Walk beside your interdisciplinary teammates to help, educate, collaborate, empower and achieve quality of life for companion animals and their families."
~ Michelle Nichols, AHG Founder
A Better Answer and A Better Plan
Families should have a better plan. They ought to be able to come to us for direction and planning when their animal companions are approaching the end of their lives. We have personally said, “Families deserve better than I’m able to give them right now. I should be more confident in what I can offer.”
The good news, there is a better answer and a better plan.
Whether you want to become a Certified Animal Hospice Practioner (CAHP) or are considering bringing a CAHP on staff, AHG is here to provide you the best training available.
We Know Because We've Been There
As animal care practitioners, we've worked with animals, families, and animal shelters/sanctuaries. We know the pain when the end of life comes. We also understand what it feels like not knowing what to do or say to people who are hurting. We know because we've been there.
We decided to learn about end-of-life care and discovered better approaches. With more than 100 years of combined experience working with virtually every kind of animal and caregiver situation, we now train and certify animal lovers for better end-of-life care. We are passionate about passing along the wealth of knowledge we've learned.
Veterinarians and Animal Clinics should consider supporting a team member to become a Certified Animal Hospice Practitioner (CAHP) to enhance the strength of your patient care. Having a CAHP on staff to work with end-of-life issues is a great option to consider.