Signal euthanasias at your veterinary practice
We needed a way for everybody in our hospital to know when a euthanasia was taking place. We have a very small hospital where laughter and banter carries into the exam rooms, so one of our technicians made heart-shaped signs to hang on the doors.
They always stay in the door pockets with the white side facing out, until we have a euthanasia or quality-of-life exam. The pink side reads, "Quiet please." When the pink side is facing out, every one is on alert to keep their voices hushed.
—Terina Dobson, office manager