Say Goodbye in the Comfort of Home
Greener Pastures is dedicated to providing compassionate, top quality end-of- life pet care in a comfortable and caring atmosphere. Our number one priority is helping you and your beloved companion make a peaceful transition in the comfort of your own home. We help dogs, cats, small animal pocket pets and horses spend their final moments where they love to be most, at their own home.
DR. MEDA MCCLURE, DVM
Dr. Meda McClure grew up in the southwest MO area. Her family had everything from horses to rabbits. She has always had a talent for working with animals and has centered her life around the care and companionship of all species. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Missouri State University in Animal Sciences and Behavior while working as a veterinary technician. She then graduated with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University and spent her clinical year at Colorado State University. Dr. McClure then moved back to her home state and spent a few years as an associate in a mixed animal practice. There she had the opportunity to diagnose and treat many different diseases for a variety of species. It was here she saw the importance of compassionate geriatric care and critical need for gentle in-home euthanasia services in the area.
In her spare time Dr. McClure is an avid outdoor enthusiast. She enjoys backpacking, kayaking, rock climbing, horseback riding and scuba diving.
Appointment available Monday-Friday 8:30-5 & Saturday 8:30-12.
Serving the Serving Southwest Missouri Area.
Why In Home Euthanasia?
When an animal is at an end-of-life stage common factors to consider are quality of life, mobility and mental status of your pet. Often at this stage an animal is too large or painful to be moved. A larger concern for most people, however, is the mental and physical stress bringing their pet to the veterinary clinic can present in an end-of-life state. Many pet owners would rather their beloved companion be at ease, painless and stress free in its final moments. The only physical place where this is possible is in the animals own home.