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End of Life Care and In Home Euthanasia 


Sunset Veterinary Care is a dedicated palliative care and euthanasia service helping families to access specialised end-stage care at home.  

This often means supporting families as they navigate a terminal diagnosis or ensuring pets are comfortable and not experiencing unnecessary pain in the final months of life. In many cases, our most important role is to help families to say a gentle goodbye at home, supported by a care team who truly understand how hard that day can be. 


How We Work 

Our network of mobile veterinarians provide a unique service, offering compassionate and personalised care in your own home. We work in conjunction with your primary care veterinarian to deliver additional support to patients with complicated medical needs and those approaching end of life. 

Our clients are supported by an incredible patient care team in head office who are there to ensure you’re connected with the right support and services for you. 


Our Values

Sunset Vets has been a passion project right from the start. Our team are commited to supporting a number of charities and initiatives that help to improve the lives of both animals and of people who love them.

Our team actively supports the Pets in the Park initiative with our veterinarians regularly donating their expertise to help people experiencing homelessness in our communities continue to care for their much loved pets. We also applaud the work of Vets Beyond Borders and recognise their ongoing efforts to improve the quality of life of so many animals around the world.



Our Why

End of life care is an emerging field of veterinary medicine and we’re dedicated to being at the forefront of it. We believe that the moments at the end of a pet’s life are to be treasured and are committed to helping families access a different type of care during this difficult time. Time and time again, we have seen that this approach equates to better outcomes for our patients and that well supported families are better equiped to respond to their grief.