At Cloud 9 Vets, we love our pets. Yet that does not stop us from knowing that sometimes the kindest thing we can do for them is to say goodbye. That farewell is all the easier when it can happen in their own home, surrounded by you, the rest of their family and the sights and smells they love so well. Let us help you and them move on peacefully, with pet euthanasia at home. One of our caring Mobile Vets will visit you in person, providing a full examination before any thought of putting a dog to sleep or cat euthanasia enters the picture.
This is because we know you will want to be sure that nothing further can be done for them. Like you, we know that prolonging an ailing pet's suffering is a poor reward for the love and affection which they have shown you all their life. But we also want to be absolutely sure that this is the only option left. Putting a cat to sleep at home and in-home dog euthanasia is always to be preferred because of the way your animal companion will be able to remain as undisturbed as possible throughout. Many of the people who we have assisted in this difficult time have even said that they do not think their pet recognised that their Vet was even in the house.
The process is entirely painless. An initial tiny injection simply puts them to sleep, followed by a larger injection after they unconscious. This means there is no distress or discomfort caused by shaving or other preparations. Please do speak to us as soon as you can tell that your pet is slipping away or when you are worried that their life has become one of pain. Although putting down a dog or cat can be an almost impossible thing to decide to do, our experienced Vets know that pet euthanasia in home, in particular, is often the final loving act you can perform for them.
Pet cremation in Exeter suitable for your animal companion
After you have said goodbye to a treasured animal family member, the question of what to do next naturally arises. Cloud 9 Vets provides you with respectful animal cremation suitable for all types and breeds of pet. You can choose solo cat or dog cremation, where the ashes can be returned to you afterwards. Or you can choose the more cost-effective group dog or cat cremation. This will be followed by a gentle farewell as you spread their comingled ashes in the attractive grounds of our fully accredited local pet chapel of rest. Whichever you choose, you can always count on getting all of the support which you need. We have helped many local people through the trials and challenges of pet cremation. If there is anything we can do to help you, you only have to ask.
Pet memorials in Exeter for every bond and breed
Pet memorials can come in many types and sizes. What you choose will almost always be unique to your pet, their character and the nature of the bond that you shared together. At Cloud 9 Vets we offer a full range of pet memorials - marker stones, both simple paw prints and more, trays and containers for ashes of all kinds. In short, the kind of objects we wished that we could find easily in the past when we experienced the grief following a loss of an animal member of our own families. If you need any advice as to which markers or memorials might be most suitable, or where to find them, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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