Euthanasia, cremation and bereavement

A guide to our end of life services

Included on this page is as much detail as much as possible including help with evaluating your pet’s quality of life and what to expect on the day that you finally have to make that choice.

Your Vet or Nurse may recommend you fill in a questionnaire so they can fully evaluate your pet and their quality of life.

When it comes to understanding your choices for aftercare and bringing your pet home, it is often best to explore these in advance to avoid having to make a hurried decision.

If there is anything that you would like clarification on, please speak to our client care team in advance by calling us, or calling into your branch.

We have a quiet room at our Veterinary hospital in Croft Road, that can be used during a visit. It is a dedicated, quiet space for you to spend time with your pet to help you and them feel as comfortable as possible.