Pet Hospice & In-Home Euthanasia
[ezcol_3quarter]Losing a beloved pet and family member can be a difficult time for you and your family. At American Veterinary Hospital of Simi Valley, every member of our team will be there for you with not only the highest level of quality care and expert precision but also the utmost compassion, concern, and love. Our warm-hearted team knows that it can be incredibly difficult to make the emotional decision that comes with choosing to let your pet go, but we aim to make it as painless as possible for you and your pet. We are here to help you in any way possible during this exceptionally trying time.
American Veterinary Hospital of Simi Valley is here for you and your best friend during the end of their life, from a friendly hug or a welcoming smile to a comforting thought. We not only offer emotional support to our clients, but we also offer the end of life care your pet may need.
When Time Time Is Right
The decision to euthanize your beloved pet is one of the most difficult you will ever have to make. Unfortunately, only you can make the final decision, because you know your pet better than anyone else.
Making that decision is a difficult one, but I can help walk you through the process so that your pet will receive compassionate care until the very end.
Say Goodbye To Your Pet At Home…
When it is the right time for you and your pet, Dr. Luis D. Cruz will come to your home for a gentle and painless passing.
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Meet Our Veterinarian
Dr. Luis D. Cruz
For as long as he can remember, Dr. Luis Cruz has been interested in biological science and animal husbandry. He’s also had a life-long desire to help other people. As a veterinarian and the owner of American Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Cruz gets to combine all of his passions in one fulfilling career!
Dr. Cruz grew up in Brooklyn, New York, with his parents and brother. He attended the University of California at Davis, where he worked full-time as a veterinary assistant while tackling a full course load. In 1995, he was accepted into veterinary school and hasn’t looked back since.
In August of 2006, Dr. Cruz took over the ownership and management of American Veterinary Hospital from the clinic’s previous owner. He has special interests in exotic pet medicine, soft tissue surgery, and internal medicine. Most of all, he enjoys the immense satisfaction he gets from helping a pet—and thereby their human family—get better.