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Pet Euthanasia and Cremation
A major part of a veterinary surgeon’s life is to relieve suffering and this occasionally includes carrying out euthanasia.
The process of euthanasia is carried out by injection and is quiet and painless. Clients are allowed to be with their pet during the procedure and appointments are made at the practice during quiet periods when ever possible. Visits to the home for euthanasia can be arranged if requested during normal opening hours.
Cremation can be arranged through the practice although you do have the option of burial at home or on land authorised by the owner. Individual cremation are available.The ashes are returned to you either in a china urn ( to allow you to scatter the contents) or in a wooden casket with a brass name plate.
Loss of a pet can be very distressing and our staff are fully sympathetic.