We help senior pets live well, right to the very end.
Roundwood Pet Hospice is a mobile veterinary end of life care service offering hospice and in-home euthanasia in the London areas
Helping your senior pet
Is your pet getting a little grey around the muzzle or slowing down on walks a bit? As your pet ages it's important to understand what's happening and how you can make the adaptations that help them to keep on enjoying life. Learn how to help older pets live well here.
When it’s time to say goodbye - in home euthanasia
As our pets get older, medicine doesn't always have the answers and despite everyone's best effort, the time we have left with our pets is eventually measured in days and weeks, not years. Learn how we can help here.
Gone but never forgotten
Our pets leave indelible marks on our lives. And while their time with us may be too short, we can always help them to live on in our hearts and minds. Our blog is a memorial wall dedicated to the stories of departed pets who will never be forgotten.
The team at Roundwood Pet Hospice are highly experienced vets and nurses with decades of experience in delivering healthcare for pets. We are all huge lovers of senior pets and have dedicated our lives to caring for those who cannot advocate for themselves. We're compassionate and friendly people who care not just for your family, but for each other too. We hope (and believe) this shows up in our culture.
Steve's Mum, Horatia
My thanks go to you and the team in walking me through Stephen’s last months. You all made a very difficult time very much easier. I have rarely come across so much compassion and understanding. I have recommended you and the team to every pet owner I know.
Sitka’s Mum, Nahia
“The end of life consultation that I had with you was what I needed to feel more confident I was making the right choice with euthanasia. This was a decision I was having to make alone, and I was experiencing so much doubt and guilt.
Poppy’s Mum, Elizabeth
‘I’'d like to express my sincere gratitude for the support given to me and my beloved Poppy when she was put to sleep. The care received was outstandingly good. Throughout the process I felt free to talk to Poppy and blubber my goodbyes to her without inhibition. You have no idea how much that meant to me.’