Providing compassionate, professional end-of-life care services is all we do.
Companion Crossing is committed to making your pet's transition as comfortable and peaceful as possible for the entire family. Dr. McClellan will work with you personally through every aspect of your pet's care from initial contact, to the euthanasia procedure, aftercare and follow-up.
Dr. Rebecca McClellan
Dr. McClellan graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 after receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree from Vanderbilt University. She has practiced in a variety of clinical settings and locations, but found her passion providing help to families when they feel the most helpless. Companion Crossing was born out of her desire to support pets and their families during the difficult end-of-life process. Having experienced the loss of her cat, Chaplin, to cancer after 12 years of companionship and unconditional love, Dr. Rebecca has a deep and unique understanding of the path families face as they prepare to say goodbye to their beloved friends.
Dr. McClellan has completed Human-Animal Bond Certification through the American Veterinary Medical Association in partnership with the Human Animal Bond Research Institute(HABRI) and the North American Veterinary Community(NAVC).
Dr. McClellan is certified by the American Association of Feline Practitioners as a 'Cat Friendly Veterinarian®'. The Cat Friendly Practice® Program is leading the worldwide movement to make veterinary care less stressful for cats and their caregivers.
Dr. McClellan is a member of the International Animal Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care. The IAAHPC promotes comfort care that addresses the physical, psychological, and social needs of animals with chronic and/or life-limiting diseases as well as support for caregivers.