Peaceful Transitions Senior Pet Care

San Diego
San Diego, CA 92192

(619)800-2810

www.peacefultransitionssd.com

Frequently Asked Questions
Peaceful Transitions Senior Pet Care - San Diego

Here are some frequently asked questions and answers. If you have additional questions that aren't covered here, please feel free to give us a call at
(619)800-2810.

  1. What are the work hours of this Mobile Practice?

    We work by appointment only. Please call or send us an appointment request !

  2. How can I tell that my pet is in pain?
  3. How can I gauge my pet’s quality of life?
    Various and multiple factors should be considered as indicators to gauge quality of life;

    > By far, the degree of your pet's engagement (or lack thereof) with you and interest in your activities and your regular / daily routine is one of the most telling indicators. A pet with an obvious lack of interest and loss of curiosity and engagement with his / her pet parent is sending a signal of declining quality of life.  

    > A pet who shows lack of interest in his food that he used to anticipate, love and enjoy is a pet who sending a distress signal.                                                              

     > A pet who is losing weight and seems to be showing more of his bones and joints more readily, is a pet that is having a declining quality of life.                            

     > A pet who is showing subtle or obvious signs of discomfort, pain and / or distress is a pet with declining quality of life.

    1. How can I tell that the end of my pet’s life is near?


    2. How do I decide when the right time for Euthanasia is?


    3. Do you board pets?

      No, this is a mobile / house call veterinary practice only.


    4. What forms of payment do you accept?

      Cash, Checks only (a valid form of ID is required).


    5. Can I make payments?

      Payment is required at the time services are rendered.

    6. What communities do you service in the greater San Diego area?
      Dr. Goss offers veterinary care to animals in the following communities:

La Mesa South Park Mission Bay Mission Valley
Mount Helix Hillcrest Carmel Valley Mission Hills
El Cajon Bankers Hill Carmel Mountain Old Town
Lakeside Point Loma Scripps Ranch University Heights
Santee Mission Beach Ranch Penasquitos Normal Heights
Granit Hills Pacific Beach Poway Kensington
Ranch San Diego Coronado Fairbanks Ranch Bay Park
Casa de Oro La Jolla Rancho Santa Fe Downtown
Spring Valley University City Del Mar North Park
San Carlos Clairemont Solana Beach