Give your pet the goodbye they deserve with pet end-of-life services

Whether your pet is reaching its golden years or diagnosed with a terminal illness, it’s important to make sure that they have a comfortable and peaceful experience to minimise any discomfort or stress.

As your pet’s health takes a turn for the worse, you may want to take care of your pet at home under the supervision of a veterinarian. But as the time gets closer, you may decide that pet euthanasia is the best option to make sure your pet gets the dignified farewell they deserve.

We understand that this process can be a heartbreaking one and that’s why we are dedicated to making sure that you don’t have to take these final steps alone.

Let’s take a closer look at how you can obtain pet end-of-life services when a good quality of life is no longer possible.


When it comes to pet end-of-life services, our primary focus is on providing your beloved pet the best quality of life possible to make their final days comfortable.

We make sure that our services are tailored to you and your pet. That’s why our services also consider that you as a pet owner need time to make decisions, and come to terms with the loss of your faithful companion.

Choosing the best pet end-of-life services

Every pet owner wants to make sure that their pets are in good hands and are taken care of until their final moments. Here’s how to make sure your beloved companion gets the best quality of life possible.

Palliative care

Palliative care involves helping your pet with pain relief and giving them nursing care after a terminal diagnosis or when curative medicine is no longer viable. It helps pets be comfortable during their last days and focuses on their overall physical, emotional, and social needs.

Select palliative care that’s known for the safety of pets and offers considered pain management, adequate attention, and a suitable diet to make their final days more comfortable.

Support services

For many, the pain of losing a pet is similar to that of losing a family member. Grief counselling can help pet owners navigate these feelings. Having that extra support can help you work through those emotions in a safe space.

It’s important to understand that you don’t need to go through pain alone and that the right pet end-of-life services can help pet owners every step of the way.


One of the most important factors is the availability of veterinarians to either come for a consultation or speak to you over the phone to guide you through the entire process. Select a service that is knowledgeable about your pet’s diagnosis, dedicated to your improving your pet’s overall quality of life, and that can be available when it is most convenient and comfortable for your beloved pet.

Discuss your pet’s daily routine, toilet habits, mobility, symptoms hygiene, and other factors that make an impact on their physical, social, and emotional well-being.

Make sure your beloved pet’s final days are peaceful with Rest Your Paws

The final days of your pet’s life are something that will stay with you forever. This is why it’s important to choose the best care possible.

Understandably, you’ll want to keep your pet at home with you for as long as you can and make sure that your pet is filled with love and care until they have passed. Our experienced team is ready to support you and your beloved pet during these important days the best they can.

End-of-life services for your pet include:

  • An experienced veterinarian who will care for your pet during their final days, and is trained in Best Practice Euthanasia and CAETA-certified
  • A dedicated Care Team to make all the necessary arrangements for palliative care, euthanasia and aftercare services — before and after your pet has passed

If you want to learn more about our end-of-life services for your pet, don’t hesitate to reach out.


Do you offer at-home consultations?

Yes. Our veterinarians will perform a full nose-to-tail examination and discuss your pet’s daily routine, symptoms, mobility, hygiene, appetite, toileting habits as well as other factors that contribute to your pet’s social, physical and emotional well being.

We will also consider previous medical history and current medications to provide the best guidance and support. We may be able to offer ways to improve or maintain quality of life and keep your loved one comfortable. We may even suggest in-home pet euthanasia if that is assessed to be the kindest option.

Yes. If needed, we will continue regular monitoring and provide you with the best options throughout your pet’s end-of-life journey. Our Care Team is also available 7 days a week, giving you access to professional advice and guidance whenever you need it.
We make sure that every pet owner who comes to us is assisted every step of the way and that they are aware of the entire process. We won’t leave you in the dark about anything — you will have complete access to your pet’s care routine.

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