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by Cloud9Vets on July 01, 2020

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Is my dog in pain?

What is pain? Pain can be thought of as an emotional response to a stimulus. Different pets will show different severity in emotion and reaction following […]

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by Cloud9Vets on May 19, 2020

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The Options of Remembrance after Euthanasia

Saying goodbye to a beloved pet is a difficult and distressing time. Remembering the joy of their life, their unique character and part in the family […]

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by Cloud9Vets on April 27, 2020

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The grieving process

Putting your pet to sleep is often a heart-wrenching decision, one that no one ever really wants to make, but when the time comes that your […]

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by Cloud9Vets on March 31, 2020

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When is the right time to say goodbye to your pet?

  How can you gauge the quality of life for your pet? What constitutes a decreased quality of life? What should you do if you have […]

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by Cloud9Vets on March 13, 2020

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Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

A common ailment among larger breeds of dogs is hip dysplasia. This condition causes abnormal hip development during a dog’s early life, leading to pain, swelling, […]

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We are open for home Euthanasia

In order to safeguard you and our vets and to comply with Government regulations there will be a series of requirements you must agree to before we can confirm a home visit:

1. Only one and the same family representative can be present during the vet’s visit, other family or friends must say their goodbyes before the vet arrives at your home

2. There must at all times be a two meter distance between the family member and the vet.

3. We are aware that this may be distressing but due to the current Government restrictions we will not be able to arrange home visits without strict compliance to these requirements.

4. If, when the vet is in your home, you do not comply with these requirements the vet may end the home visit at any time to protect their own safety

5. Thank you for your understanding and consideration in these very difficult and dangerous times.