Vets2Home - Peaceful Pet GoodbyesVets2Home Veterinary Service
- Run by the UKs leading Hospice Vet, Susan Gregersen and her caring team
- 24/7 advice, support & urgent home visits for a peaceful end
- Gentle & dignified in-home euthanasia - always with a sedation first
- Family-run home visiting vet practice - established in 2005
- Personalised medication and care plans for good quality-of-life for as long as possible
- Pain and stress-free end-of-life and with respectful aftercare
5 Stars - 20-07-2016 - Lis
We are so grateful to Susan. Alfie our cat died peacefully, at home in my arms.
5 Stars - 19-06-2016 - Kelly
Susan you truly are a unique lady,your patience,support,advice and care was second to none,you are the perfect person for the job you do,you are so calming and compassionate,we thank you for giving our boy the send off he deserved xx
3.8 Stars - 15-06-2016 - Ms E Hutchinson
The end of my dog's life was dealt with swiftly and discreetly but we were also given the opportunity to say goodbye to him in what was an inevitable situation. There was asensitivity by the vet both to the dog and to us.
5 Stars - 11-06-2016 - Mrs Hill
I work for Cats Protection and as you can imagine bring home the odd cat! Timmy was one of those. I adopted Timmy last summer at the age of 18 years old, he had stage 2 kidney disease. He had been on a renal diet since I brought him home and at then end of last year blood tests suggested all was stable with his kidneys. The night I called vets@home my husband called me at work to tell me he found Timmy collapsed and struggling to breathe. I managed to get an appointment at my own vets that evening but I work quite a way from home so couldn't go myself. I discussed Timmy's condition with my vet over the phone and agreed to try medication to help him. Timmy had a blood clot to one of his front legs, caused by high blood pressure relating to his kidney disease. But when I got home I just wasn't happy with how Timmy was. He was meowing, getting up and sitting down trying to get comfortable, hiding and had a lot of blood in his wee. He wasn't our normal happy Timmy so at 9pm that night I called vets@home, I did not want to drive him in a basket to our emergency vet a good 1hr away. They were kind and compassionate over the phone and let me know the name of the vet coming and how long they might be. When the vet arrived he was calm and friendly, he allowed me to talk through what had happened and we talked through my doubts and concerns. Understanding my job he didn't talk to me like an idiot either. My other cats liked him so that speaks volumes. There was no rush to make a decision and when we decided the procedure was fully explained to us. The nicest thing was that Timmy wasn't moved from the position he chose to curl up in, all the injections were done where he lay. It was so peaceful and calm and the best thing for Timmy. The vet confirmed he had gone and he then left us to our goodbyes. This is an expensive service but for me no amount of money could buy that kind of ending. Euthanasia is the one gift we have to give our beloved pets a calm and peaceful end to their journeys with us. I will certainly be calling vets@home if I need them in the future.
5 Stars - 28-05-2016 - Julie
When my 20 year old ginger Tom Fatcat was diagnosed with heart failure, I knew the time had come to say goodbye. I had called Vets to Home two years ago when his sister Sulky was diagnosed with cancer, so I knew how caring and professional they were. I arranged for Susan to come in the evening and spent my last day with Fatcat, spooling him with fuss and treats and watching him enjoy the sun in the garden. When it came time to say goodbye Susan was supportive and respectful, allowing me time to say goodbye and give Fatcat his final cuddle and strokes. I didn't feel rushed and appreciated Susan allowing me time. Making the decision to let a beloved member of the family go is hard, but the support and understanding Susan and her team showed was exceptional and helped me through. I now have Fatcat's ashes home with me. Thank you Susan for everything you did for Fatcat and I in his final hour.