Providing care for a chronic or terminally ill pet is not something we have to go through alone as pet owners. Having someone by your side for communication guidance and support can make a big difference.
Veterinary nurses can be very helpful with this.
Our Dignipets veterinary nurse, Sam Flavell, has recently been featured in a couple of veterinary articles.
An article in October’s VN Times article was talking about the role of the hospice veterinary nurse, which is a new and emerging field in veterinary medicine.
The VN Times is a respected monthly publication for veterinary nurses throughout the UK.
Sam has also featured in an article in November’s Feline Focus magazine as an example of providing veterinary support in people’s homes.
By talking to the veterinary press Dignipets is hoping to create more awareness of veterinary hospice, and how we can help families and their pets during a difficult time.
We understand that having a pet with a chronic or life limiting illness is a very complex and emotional time. The hospice veterinary nurse role is there to help support you in continuing to care for your pet, and to help with any questions, support you through any set backs or provide any guidance that you may need at this time. Our nurse can come to your home and provide online support.
If you feel that you and your pet would benefit from at home veterinary nursing support then please contact out team on 0333 3208731.