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October 13, 2020

Compassionate Pet Euthanasia – Should I Put My Cat Down? What To Expect With Pet Euthanasia And What You Should Ask Your Vet

Deciding to opt for pet euthanasia for your beloved cat is one of the most distressing and difficult decisions you will ever have to make. However, […]
August 6, 2020

How Long Do Cats Live For?

How Long Do Cats Live For? That is a good question. Cats are complex creatures, and it takes owners a long time to get to know […]
October 16, 2019

Chronic Renal Failure In Cats

This is a slow but progressive disease, commonly seen in middle to old age cats. The life expectancy is around 2 – 6 years. The symptoms […]
September 24, 2019
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Hyperthyroidism in Old Cats

This is a common hormone disorder in older cats, but is rarely seen in cats under 8 years old. The average age for a diagnosis is […]
August 13, 2019
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Kidney Disease In Cats – When To Euthanise

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) in cats is the persistent loss of their kidney function over time. Healthy kidneys perform many important functions, most notably filtering the blood and making […]
August 5, 2019
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Helping Cats Cope With The Loss of Other Pets

Do Cats Grieve? Cats do not show their emotions quite as obviously as dogs do. This is because dogs are much more expressive, they generously wag […]
July 29, 2019
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Cat Liver Failure When to Euthanize

Your Cat’s Liver Acute liver failure occurs when over 70% of its functions are suddenly lost due to a massive loss of tissue. Your cat’s liver […]
July 3, 2019
Congestive heart failure in cats

Congestive Heart Failure in Cats. When to euthanize?

Your cat’s heart provides oxygenated blood and nutrition to all body parts on a repeat cycle. Consequently, when the heart struggles to deliver enough blood, fluid […]

We are available to help you with home euthanasia for your pet

In order to safeguard you and our vets and to comply with Government regulations there are some requirements you should be aware of and agree to before we confirm your home visit:
1. If the gentle euthanasia is indoors, only one person can be present during the vet’s visit, other family or friends should say their goodbyes before the vet arrives at your home
2. There should, at all times, be a two meter distance between the family member and the vet.
3. Our process involves sedation, you will be able share closeness with your pet after the vet has given the sedative
4. If you are able to be in your own garden, this greatly reduces the risk of contagion and it may be possible to be more than one person to be with the vet, our vet will advise you.
5. We are doing all we can to ensure there is closeness, care and compassion during the gentle euthanasia home visit. A peaceful goodbye is so important at such a sensitive and emotional time
6. Please follow any guidance our vet may give you, it is given to ensure everyones safety and well-being
7. Thank you for your understanding and consideration in these very difficult and challenging times.