Cloud 9 Vets specializes in veterinary hospice, in-home euthanasia, and consultations for your terminally ill or elderly pet. At Cloud 9 Vets we focus exclusively on end of life care, making sure your pets are enjoying life to their full potential. Our quality of life consultations can give great comfort both to your pet and to you and your family. If your pet is at the very end of its life, we work with dignity and respect to ensure that any goodbye is done under your conditions in your own home at a convenient time.
We complement the services you receive from your local veterinary practice. In the autumn of your pet’s life, what better place could there be to provide quality of life care and even euthanasia than in your own home.
Cloud 9 Vets has knowledgeable and sympathetic Care -Coordinators available 24/7 to help you in a time of need. We have nationwide teams of expert Vets who are specifically trained for the end of life care. Our combination of first-class nationwide veterinary capabilities combined with behind the scenes help systems supported by proven advanced technology make our service unique and give you the expert help you need when you need it most.
Cloud 9 Vets has a code of practice based on our four values of Dignity, Passion, Responsibility, and Respect. Our carefully chosen Vets and Care-Coordinators will provide qualified services you can rely on at a time you need them most.
Cloud 9 vets vision is to be the leading UK nationwide provider of home-based quality of life, palliative care, and pet euthanasia, wherever you are 24/7.
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