Pets are part of the family and are most comfortable in their own homes surrounded by the people who love and care for them.
When pets approach the end of their lives, many of us would prefer to let them go while in their own homes.
We provide home-based professional veterinary care for those who want to help their ailing pets live well at home.
Meet Dr. Mark Lang, DVM
Mark graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. His primary focus has been in small animal practice and he brings his expertise developed from a decade of working as an emergency veterinarian at Canada West Veterinary Specialists. He is a licensed veterinarian registered with the College of Veterinarians of BC. He is also a member of the International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care.
Mark founded Pacific Comfort Home Veterinary Care because he believes that there is a growing need to offer home-based veterinary care to pets with significant health issues. This would include hospice and later stage palliative style care for pets, sometimes known as “Pawspice”. Mark will work together with you to help your pet live well at home.
Primary service area:
- New Westminster
- Port Coquitlam
- Port Moody
- North & West Vancouver
He believes that finding the right balance of care to provide both comfort and quality of life is immensely important. The time may come when euthanasia will be discussed as a way to end the pain or suffering. When this decision is made, he will do his best to make saying goodbye to your pet as calm and dignified as possible.
Service to Surrey, Langley, Delta, Tsawwassen and Maple Ridge is possible when available.
Clients in more distant areas may be helped if time is available; additional costs may apply.
- Our service provides in-home end of life care for pets. We will help guide you through the difficult decision of euthanasia for your pet by reviewing the medical record and answering your questions.
- We will perform euthanasia in the privacy and comfort of your home.
- We can arrange for aftercare such as cremation.
- We can provide guidance for pets that could benefit from palliative/hospice care or are experiencing significant quality of life issues. We will help you create a home-based care plan for your pet. We can also coordinate services with your family veterinarian and/or veterinary specialist as appropriate. We will do our best to develop the plan that’s right for both you and your pet.