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We help practices so that you never have to say no to a request for a home visit euthanasia. We aid you in being able to offer the option of a home visit euthanasia to more clients.
How can Nirvana Vets Help my Practice?
Nirvana Vets was created by Sam Goldman MRCVS and Kate Bleasdale MRCVS, to help practices provide more owners with home visit euthanasias.
Having worked in first opinion practice for several years, we are all too familiar with how difficult it can sometimes be to provide home visit euthanasias for our clients. We have experienced first hand how time consuming they can be, the difficulties in sparing the staff from the practice and the strain it can place on the remaining staff within the practice.
However, we are also acutely aware of the overwhelming preference for home visit euthanasias, when clients are given the choice.
Several surveys have indicated that >95% of clients would favour a home visit euthanasia when given the choice.
Founder, Sam Goldman MRCVS created Nirvana Vets with his partner, Kate Bleasdale MRCVS, after several years working as a first opinion vet and after graduating from the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy (CAETA)
Nirvana Vets has been created specifically for home visit euthanasias. As such, every single aspect of the company has been designed around the client and providing them with the gentlest goodbye possible. From the way in which we integrate into your practice, to the protocols that we use for sedation and euthanasia, every ounce of our focus is on the client’s experience.
We understand that it is a very important and sensitive moment in time for your clients. With our allocated 90 minutes for consultations and our advanced training in client communication and pre-euthanasia sedation protocols, we are well equipped to provide your clients with exceptional compassion and care.
HOW IT WORKS
We have completed the Companion Animal Euthanasia Training Academy, and are members of the International Association for Animal Hospice and Palliative Care (IAAHPC). This has facilitated us to pay very close attention to even the smallest details, from our art therapy kits for children, to our do not disturb signs placed on the owner's door. Absolutely everything has been thought of to help make the process as manageable and comforting as possible for the families we visit.