About Our In-Home Care

Our Story
Finding a veterinary team who is there from the beginning to the end of your pet’s life and everything in between is becoming increasingly difficult. Our family-owned veterinary clinic ensures your pet receives circle of life care by valuing our people who care for your pets, recognising the importance of both the emotional and physical wellbeing of your pet and customising treatments to best suit their needs. You will feel reassured knowing that from the beginning to end of their life, we are with you every step of the way.

I want you to meet two special furbabies of mine. Meet Jack, Jack is my heart dog. He crossed over the rainbow bridge in November 2016. He was 19 years young when I had to say goodbye. For many, many years, our home felt like a luxury retirement village for senior dogs. We had senior lad Jack, who had been an integral part of our family since he was 3 years old. He adopted us and convinced us to break him out of Renbury Farm in 2000.

Years later, old man Percy came into work in a terrible state. He was suffering from concussion (after an altercation with a car), severe dental disease (after a lifetime of neglect to his dental hygiene), arthritis and testicular cancer. He had no microchip and no one came forward to claim him. He would not have survived the night in the pound and so home he came with me and no one ever came looking for him – but that didn’t matter, because he had found his furever home with us.

Fortunately for my boys, they had a veterinarian and veterinary acupuncturist as their mum. Over the years they challenged my veterinary skills, taught me many lessons and showered our whole family with love.

I have faced so many of the challenges that senior pets bring us, pacing, urinary and faecal incontinence, loss of house training, deafness (which has it’s perks in storm/firework season), loss of vision, doggy dementia, questions on when is it the right time, pain management, anxiety management, concurrent diseases, quality of life and finally the grief that comes from loving them so dearly and then having to say one final goodbye.

Many of my patients are sensational seniors, and I aim at helping them to live out their twilight years with as much comfort and good quality of life as possible. As our pets age, it is easy to assume there is nothing that can be done to ease the aging process. There is however plenty that can be done to maintain their quality of life and ensure they are not just surviving but thriving. By utilising a combination of medications, acupuncture, diet, supplements, physical therapies and mobility aids we can significantly improve the day to day life of our senior pets.

Euthanasia translates to mean a good death, and I believe that one of the greatest gifts we can give our furbabies in the end is the gift of a good death, at home, surrounded by the ones who love them the most. Now this isn’t always possible, but when we know that the end is close and we have a plan, it is possible to make this happen.

It was the love and experiences that my boys Jack and Percy gave me which inspired me to create a service that is focused on providing excellent palliative and end of life care to our senior pets. After all, when they have been so good to us for so long, providing us with unlimited unconditional love, it is the least we can do for them when they need us the most.

We care for your pets as though they are family


10/591 Withers Road,
Rouse Hill NSW 2155

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Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pm
Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Sunday & Public Holidays Closed

In-home euthanasia services run outside of opening hours by appointment only

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