Administrative Office - 811 Burnett Drive. Mountain Home, Ar 72653

(870) 508-1771   (800) 711-9596   Fax: (870) 508-1777

Hospice House - 774 Long Street. Mountain Home, Ar 72653

(870) 508-1200

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Pet Peace of Mind

The Banfield Charitable Trust (BCT) has funded a program called, "Pet Peace of Mind", which recognizes and actively supports the unique bond between hospice patients and their pets. This groundbreaking national program enables not-for-profit hospice patients to keep their pets at home with them throughout their end-of-life journey by supporting any physical or financial needs of the pet.

For many in hospice care, changes in their physical condition lead to a decrease of previously enjoyed social opportunities and relationships. Their pets offer unconditional love, acceptance, comfort and companionship when it’s needed most – the time when friends and family aren’t seen as frequently or when words are too hard to say.


The Pet Peace of Mind program provides helping hands and financial assistance so that caring volunteers are able to help patients with pet care needs. With this loving support, patients are able to complete their end-of-life journey without worrying about their pet’s current or future needs.


Pet Peace of Mind offer: based on need and available resources.


• Assistance with pet food and cat litter


• Routine veterinarian care for pet health, which can reduce patient stress


• Transportation to veterinarian appointments


• Spaying and neutering assistance


• Pet boarding or sitting in case of patient hospitalization


• Flea and tick treatment, grooming


• Pain and comfort medications for elderly pets To help with the loss of a pet,click below


• Volunteer recruitment and training for pet foster homes or temporary housing


• Pet transportation to nursing facilities to visit owners


This program is not only an exciting service offered to our patients, but truly conveys the value system of our organization, which values the whole person and what is important to the patient and their family. This program is solely funded by donations and all gifts must be designated to the Pet Peace of Mind Program.


For more information please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Deanna Lind, C.V.M. at (870) 508-1771 or toll free 1-800-711-9596.


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Pat Steger Memorial Service Award Winners

(left to right) Penny Britt, LSW, Social Worker and Sherry Marcum, RN, Admission Coordinator

811 Burnett Drive

Mountain Home, AR 72653

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Affiliated with Baxter Regional Medical Center

Medicare / Medicaid / Champs Approved

  • Hospice of the Ozarks 2016