Sometimes its difficult to know how our pet is really feeling.

They can’t tell us if they are in pain so it’s our responsibility to look for signs of any changes that suggest that their quality of life is deteriorating.

You may notice your pet has become particularly withdrawn or quiet and doesn’t want any physical contact or to go out.

They may have stopped eating or drinking, and their toilet habits may have changed. An injury or illness may be affecting their well-being. To Prevent further pain and unnecessary suffering it is important to talk through options with your vet who will help to guide you on the right time for making a decision about euthanasia.

Our four surgeries have a cremation service available for you. Details below.

On request your dog, cat, rabbit or other domestic pet will be individually cremated. This means that your pet will be cremated entirely on its own and all the ashes will be recovered. You may choose to have the ashes returned to you in a disposable container for scattering in a place of your choice or in a wooden casket for you to keep or bury at home. The casket includes an engraved nameplate.

OR. We offer a Communal cremation service which entails your pet being cremated with other pets. Unfortunately, we are unable to return ashes if this option is chosen.