AHF Board Member Study Featured in NY Times

AHF Board Member Dr. Alice Villalobos is an expert in an animal’s Quality of Life.

Read More about Dr. Villalobos’ work and compassion for your pet’s end of life issues

2 Responses to “AHF Board Member Study Featured in NY Times”

  1. clara elton sharp says:

    Dear Dr. Villalobos
    I am an RN with 50+ years nursing experience, the last 15 or so in hospice, mostly in the home.
    I have experienced many personal losses, including beloved pets. I lost my 19 year old dog recently. He was a therapy dog, and visited patients with me.
    I have been thinking of getting into bereavement work, rather than nursing. I feel that my experience in hospice nursing have provided me with the compassion I need to work in bereavement.
    At my age, I do not feel that getting a degree in social work or theology would be feasible.
    Are you aware of any positions as a bereavement or grief helper or assistant exist, and the requirements for such a role might be?
    I do need the income, so serving as volunteer would not be possible at this time.
    I appreciate your input, and all the work you do with pets and their human families.
    Elton Sharp, RN

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