When we arrive, we will talk with you about your pet whilst your pet relaxes and discuss their health. We can also answer any questions that you may have and help guide you through decision making if needed. We may also carry out a clinical examination, this may prove especially necessary if your pet hasn't been seen by a vet in a little while, to make sure that euthanasia is appropriate. In some cases, it can be quite clear from the consultation that euthanasia is the kindest thing to do for your pet. However, in other cases it may be less clear. In any case, we will be guided by you from the start of the consultation and we can provide you any guidance if and where it is needed.
During this time we will also talk about the different options for your pet following the visit, such as home burial and cremation options. There will be no rush to make any decisions and in your own time, we can then complete the consent form and take payment.