At Transitions Veterinary Care™, our mission is to maximize the comfort and minimize the suffering for both pets and their caregivers.
We understand that experiencing aging, chronic illness, and cancer can be a challenging time for both you and your pet.
As Ventura County’s first certified hospice and palliative veterinary services, we provide empathetic, personalized veterinary care for pets and their people who need extra attention and care during the transitions of the pet’s life.
We take a collaborative team approach including your primary care doctor, nurses, specialists, and an experienced palliative care team to find a unique solution for every pet.
It’s our commitment to help you and your pet by providing quality veterinary care and education in the comfort of your home, allowing for the assessment of your pet in their most natural environment: their home. We’re committed to providing the personal attention needed for each individual pet and their family.
Everything we do is intentional and is always grounded in our CARE Philosophy™:
for you and your pet
to small details and the big picture
for your wishes, needs, and your pet’s preferences
a focus on senior/ geriatric, palliative, and end of life stages
Do you need assistance medicating or nursing your pet through an illness? We can help! Transitions Veterinary Care™ in-home services include but are not limited to:
- Evaluate your pet in the family environment
- Create a medical treatment plan for current health concerns
- Senior/ geriatric care
- Longevity evaluation
- Nutritional assessments
- Palliative/ comfort care
- Pain assessments and quality of life
- Hospice care
- In-home euthanasia
- Euthanasia decision facilitation
With nearly 20 years of experience and a compassionate, collaborative communication style, Dr. Pasek’s welcoming demeanor will make you feel comfortable asking her questions and speaking about your feelings. With a systematic approach, Dr. Pasek clearly and simply explains the available options so you can fully understand and consciously decide what is best for your situation. When family emotions are high and decisions are difficult, she helps with decision facilitation.
Once we truly understand your unique situation, preferences and requirements, Transitions Veterinary Care™ ensures that your beloved pet is supported by a very broad range of support options:
- Traditional pharmacological medications
- Holistic supplements
- Nutritional care
- Injectable and transdermal medication
- Subcutaneous fluid therapy
- Physical therapy
- Massage therapy
- Laser therapy
- Support fitting of mobility aids
- Multidisciplinary support including
- grief and spiritual support
- Respite care
- Home treatment support