Nirvana is a place of perfect peace and happiness and is used in buddhism to describe the release of suffering. Our at-home euthanasia visits are designed to ensure that your pets final moments are peaceful and free from stress.
We know that when our pets reach the end of their lives, we would want a home visit for them and this is the reason that we created Nirvana Vets.
Our pets are important family members who give us their unconditional love and are companions who we spend a significant duration of our lives with.
Deciding to put your pet to sleep when they are coming to the end of their life is the final act of selflessness and love that we can show them, to ensure that they do not suffer.
It is only natural for us to find it deeply upsetting when they reach the end of their lives and we understand how difficult it is making decisions about your pet's end of life care.
Our at-home euthanasia service is designed to make this difficult time as gentle and comforting as possible for your family and your pet.
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"We want to thank Sam and Kate from Nirvana vets for helping our beautiful girl when she needed to leave us. Our own vet would not come out and we were frantic. Sam and Kate came the same evening and were not only highly professional and calm but also kind to our dog Kira and to us. They showed compassion for us all at a very traumatic time."
"An excellent, compassionate, professional service. Throughout the time spent with us, there was so much empathy, time, and caring for Mia through her last hour. We felt an air of calm and peace until our beautiful girl passed. Would highly recommend Sam and Kate at Nirvana Vets and again would like to thank them from our hearts"
"You’ve just helped Buster over the rainbow bridge. Buster was the much loved pet of my neighbour, Kim, and I sat with Kim whilst she held Buster as he passed. I am so impressed with the dignity you gave Buster, and compassion you showed in Buster’s last minutes with his ‘Mum’. Every step was explained to Kim in advance, and it was a peaceful, tranquil end to his life."
"Just wanted to let you know how thankful i am to have plucked up the courage to ring you in regards to Buddie. He was a very big talkative soppy mummys boy so many triggers to miss but i know he is no longer feeling down or suffering so i take strength from that and huge strength from the fact i couldn’t of wished or hoped for a better person to help us. Heartfelt thanks from us all"
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