End of life

End of a well-travelled road

End of a well-travelled road

Your pet has been a part of your life for many years. They may have grown up with your children who are now adults as well. They've been there with you and for you during the hard times, always offering unconditional love. You know that no pet lives forever, and for some time, you’ve felt that the end of a well-lived life is near. From the very beginning, your faithful companion’s wellbeing and health has been of paramount importance to you. Firmly believing that prevention is the best medicine, you’ve regularly visited your vet. What should you do when illness hits and there’s no treatment left… and your pet’s quality of life is severely compromised?

Don’t hesitate to consult your vet about the end of life of your pet. Your vet will answer your questions to the best of their ability and experience. If euthanasia is deemed a viable option, your vet will gently explain how it’s done, with care and respect.

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