When your pet's quality of life has deteriorated to the point where they are in constant pain, there is still one last act of love and compassion that you can perform for them. The gentle and caring act of pet euthanasia can save them from a life lived in constant distress. The entire process is free from worry or stress for your pet - and, most importantly, free from pain too.
Putting a dog down or putting a cat to sleep is much easier for everyone concerned when it happens in a place where they feel safe, warm and loved. For this reason, we provide in-home pet euthanasia services where you can be present throughout. The only discomfort your pet will notice is the slight pinch of the first injection which puts them into a state of unconsciousness. After this, they will receive another larger dose of anaesthetic, after which they will peacefully drift off to sleep. You can hold their paw if you wish to, and they will be surrounded by their favourite things, in the place they feel most relaxed and comfortable. You can learn anything more you wish to know about the process, or about practical aspects such as the cost of putting a dog to sleep or cat euthanasia costs, by picking up the phone. Our team is pet owners themselves, so they will know exactly how you feel at a time like this. Whether it is information about cat or dog euthanasia costs, the process, or finalizing an appointment, we are here to help you.
Pet Pain Relief in Swindon Improving Your Pet's Quality of Life
A loss of appetite, a desire to sleep for long periods of time - more than usual - or a profound change in personality can all be signs that your pet is in distress. But often, without a little professional help, it can be very difficult to determine precisely what is wrong. That is why our Mobile Vets make house calls: They will leave you with a full understanding of your pet's condition, a plan for their future diet and exercise needs, as well as all of the pet pain relief medication indicated by their condition. Being able to examine them in their home environment means that all aspects of their way of life can be considered before a diagnosis is made. Of course, if you already know precisely what is wrong with your pet then we are also ideally positioned to make getting the correct pain relief for dogs and cats properly prescribed. We have all of the leading medications for both palliative end of life care and ongoing treatment and managing of conditions. All of the pain relief for cats and dogs we prescribe is chosen by a highly experienced professional Vet, who will do so only after careful personal consultation. If you need to know more about any part of getting the right pet pain relief for your cats, dogs, rabbits, or any other pet you might have, simply get in touch and have a chat with one of our pet care advisers. The entire Cloud 9 Vets team is made up of animal lovers, so they will talk you through it in the way they would want to be treated themselves.
Respectful Pet Cremation in Swindon
Sometimes it is the practicalities of the end of your pet's life which make it hard to deal with. In the past, we were asked by many of the animal lovers who we came into contact with what happens next. Now, we can take care of everything for you. Whether you have used us to provide the last gift you can give your long-suffering pet or not, we can still help by taking care of them afterwards. The pet cremation services we provide at our peaceful local pet chapel of rest are ideal for both cat cremation and dog cremation, and we will always try and meet any requirements you might have in terms of treatment or budget. You can choose between private and group animal cremation. The first is there for when you want your pet's ashes returned to you for spreading at a favoured site, while the second is a more budget-friendly option which also allows them some company on their final journey. Find out more about the process itself or pet cremation costs now by having a chat with our team of helpful advisers.
Pet Memorials in Swindon Meeting Any Needs You Have
Deciding on the right way to memorialise your pet can be tough. As animal lovers and pet owners who've been through loss ourselves, we know that sometimes a small memento, a little marker, or a tasteful urn is all you want. Other times you might wish for something a little bit special or unique. This is why we've collected a sampling of pet memorials for you to easily choose from - without the need for a long and unpleasant search either online or in person. Talk to us about the kind of memorial you have in mind for your pet at any time and we'll see what we can do to locate the right headstone, container, or any other item which would meet your needs.