If only forever campaign launches

Feb 5, 2024 | PET CARE INFO, THE HEALTHY PET, Exercise, Kitten care, Puppy care, Seniors, Teeth, Vaccination

If only forever… that’s how we feel about our relationships with our pets. We want them with us always and forever.

At the EberVet Petcare Group our mission is to keep you and your pet together for as long as compassionately possible. In other words, through our veterinary expertise and with the advice and assistance of our nutritionally trained teams at our Vetshops, we commit to keeping your pet as healthy as possible for as long as possible so that the two of you can enjoy each other’s company for as long possible.

Our veterinary clinics are able to guide you through your puppy or kitten’s life into adulthood by helping you to understand what is needed for a pet to grow into a healthy and happy dog or cat. We will remind you of your pet’s vaccination dates, when he or she needs a checkup, why it’s important to keep his or her teeth clean, how to spot symptoms of illness or disease and how important play and exercise are for the mental health of your pet.

We also recognise, however, that age and illness come to all pets and that someday you, the pet owner, may need to decide that euthanasia is the only way to end your pet’s suffering. We will be at your side every step of the way. Nobody wants to see a pet suffer; our veterinarians can help you make that traumatic decision so that you know you are doing the right thing.

Through our social media platforms, we will share inspiring stories of love, companionship, and the incredible bond between pets and their owners. Join us every week for exclusive interviews with devoted pet parents, as we delve into how our veterinary practice helps extend those precious moments together. Because with compassion and care, we strive to make every moment with your furry family member last… if only forever.

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