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Home Euthanasia - how to ensure your dog’s passing is as peaceful as possible
Dogs
Home Euthanasia - how to ensure your dog’s passing is as peaceful as possible
When your pet’s quality of life has declined, or veterinary treatment is not likely to help their plight, and the time for euthanasia is apparent, you want it to be as calm and peaceful as possible. This may require a li…
May 5, 2022 • 116 shares
Why did my dog die with his eyes open?
Dogs
Why did my dog die with his eyes open?
No one ever forgets the last moments that they spend with their dog. However, the memory of a peaceful death can sometimes be spoiled by the changes that happen after our dogs pass away. Many different things happen in o…
March 3, 2022 • 250 shares
Is there palliative care for cats?
end of life
Is there palliative care for cats?
In the majority of cases, it is inevitable that we as owners have to make the decision about end-of-life care for our pets. We hear about palliative care a lot in human medicine, but how can it be applied to veterinary m…
February 16, 2022 • 57 shares
Grief after pet loss - where can I get support?
end of life
Grief after pet loss - where can I get support?
Losing a pet is a distressing time and for many it can be immensely difficult to discuss and share grief, even with your nearest and dearest. Many pet owners know how it feels to lose an animal; however, it is common to…
February 13, 2022 • 29 shares
How are dogs euthanased?
Dogs
How are dogs euthanased?
Sadly, there comes a time in a dog owner’s life where they have to make the difficult decision to say goodbye to their beloved pet. Euthanasia is never an easy topic, but it may bring some people comfort to know exactly…
January 8, 2022 • 237 shares
Top Tips From A Vet On Peaceful Euthanasia For Rabbits
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Top Tips From A Vet On Peaceful Euthanasia For Rabbits
Our most important duty as pet owners is to make sure that our pets stay happy, healthy and pain-free throughout their lives. Sadly, this may mean that at some stage, we may have to make the decision to have them euthani…
December 16, 2021 • 64 shares
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