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In-home euthanasia for pets provides comfort and dignity

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                                Dr. Carolyn Naun of Arms of Aloha offers mobile veterinarian services and focuses on euthanizing pets at their homes or choice of location instead of a sterile clinic setting. Skye Morrison soothed her cat Jazzy after his treatment Thursday.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Dr. Carolyn Naun of Arms of Aloha offers mobile veterinarian services and focuses on euthanizing pets at their homes or choice of location instead of a sterile clinic setting. Skye Morrison soothed her cat Jazzy after his treatment Thursday.

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                                <strong>“(I realized that) I was helping people the most was when I was helping a senior pet with the transition at the end of their life and giving them as much comfort and dignity as we could.”</strong>
                                <strong>Dr. Carolyn Naun</strong>
                                <em>Arms of Aloha</em>
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“(I realized that) I was helping people the most was when I was helping a senior pet with the transition at the end of their life and giving them as much comfort and dignity as we could.”

Dr. Carolyn Naun

Arms of Aloha

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                                Dr. Carolyn Naun, left, trimmed the matted fur of Jazzy as part of a checkup Thursday. Jazzy is receiving hospice care before the end of his life.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Dr. Carolyn Naun, left, trimmed the matted fur of Jazzy as part of a checkup Thursday. Jazzy is receiving hospice care before the end of his life.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Dr. Carolyn Naun of Arms of Aloha offers mobile veterinarian services and focuses on euthanizing pets at their homes or choice of location instead of a sterile clinic setting. Skye Morrison soothed her cat Jazzy after his treatment Thursday.
STAR-ADVERTISER
                                <strong>“(I realized that) I was helping people the most was when I was helping a senior pet with the transition at the end of their life and giving them as much comfort and dignity as we could.”</strong>
                                <strong>Dr. Carolyn Naun</strong>
                                <em>Arms of Aloha</em>
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Dr. Carolyn Naun, left, trimmed the matted fur of Jazzy as part of a checkup Thursday. Jazzy is receiving hospice care before the end of his life.