Veterinary End-of-Life Care in the Comfort of Your Home

 


  

Serving the Greenville-Anderson-Spartanburg region of South Carolina.  

Our services include compassionate and individualized in home euthanasia, quality of life assessments, hospice care, and respectful aftercare for pets that have already passed.

Our Story

Decisions regarding end-of-life care for your beloved pets are extremely difficult – we at Faithful Hearts MVS understand that.  Many dogs and cats are fearful of visits to the vet’s office, or even the car rides to get there.  The last thing you want to do at this fragile time in your pet’s life is to stress them or cause discomfort unnecessarily.  Faithful Hearts was started with the goal of offering help regarding the choices and timelines associated with your older dog or cat’s care, in the comfort of their very own home, with expertise and empathy.  We strive to help pets and owners peacefully through every step of the process.   

Mission Statement

“Our mission is to provide the best and most ethical in-home euthanasia and hospice services, with empathy and professionalism, to help pet owners with end-of-life care and decision-making in the comfort of their pet’s home.”

***Payment is always due at the time of service.  Accepted payment methods include***:
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Availability

Faithful Heart's normal business hours are Monday through Friday, 9am - 6pm.

 

However, due to the nature of veterinary end-of-life care, Dr. Alissa Anderson strives to be as available as possible and can schedule euthanasia appointments most evenings, holidays, and weekends.

**If we are unable to answer and you would like us to return your call, please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.**

- Cash 

- Check (if paying by check, please include your driver's license # and date of birth

If you need financing, we accept Scratchpay.  Use the link below to apply:

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TESTIMONIALS

"The entire process, although a difficult one, was made so much better by the vet.  Dr. Anderson was so very sweet and compassionate during such a difficult time.  She made the entire process so much better."