Peg Beehan, a graduate of University of Louisville' Kent School of Social Work has been practicing the healing art of Social Work in Nashville, TN since 1974. She was one of the original licensees as an Independent Practitioner of Social Work in Tennessee in 1981.

Using a holistic model that encompasses emotional, physical, mental and spiritual aspects, healing is her focus, whether seeing clients or presenting workshops locally, statewide, or nationally. She became a strong advocate for choice and compassion at the end of EVERY life while facing her own life-threatening illness years ago.

Molly, a mixed-breed dog who adopted her at the Metro Shelter in November, 2006 brings her healing energy to clients by greeting them and by her presence.


About Dr. Anne

Dr. Anne Waller Stanland is a Nashville, Tennessee native. She received her Degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in Fort Collins, Colorado. Since 1996, Dr. Anne has been an Associate at the Brentwood Veterinary Clinic. She is a member of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association and International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, and she serves as an active Board Member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Tennessee.


Buttercup's Pet Hospice

Dr. Anne Stanland provides end-of-life veterinary services through Buttercup's Pet Hospice. Peg and Dr. Anne collaborate whenever possible, so that like human hospice care, the patient/pet and their human family members all receive appropriate services. Assistance to any family member ultimately assists every other family member.