Business

Pet Cremation Services
Pet Cremation Services (PCS) has built a strong reputation amongst veterinarians and is known for pioneering individual cremations for domestic animals in a market where historically mass cremation was the default option.

PCS operates in a highly fragmented market dominated by small, family-owned businesses. There are approximately 100 plus pet cremation and clinical waste providers in the UK, with PCS regarded as the market-leading pet cremation services business. There are a number of key drivers
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Compassion Understood - Accredited Online Training
Compassion Understood has put together a training programme for the whole practice team to provide an integrated and comprehensive approach to pet loss support in practice. The course has three components. The first two components consider the veterinary journey through end-of-life care whilst the third is focused on the pet owner’s journey

Component 1– The 4th lifestage, or the period of time running up to a pet’s death
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Exit Solutions
No doubt you may have been contacted previously regarding selling all or part of your pet cremation business and maybe the time wasnt right for you to consider so at that stage. However I recognise that the current veterinary landscape is one that is undergoing change and likewise, your circumstances may also have changed. I am proud to oversee the continued growth of our Company and I am looking forward to developing opportunities with quality individuals who have the vision and ambitions to see their companies flourish.
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Pawpals® Impression Kit
Easier to Use Than Traditional Clay Paw Print Kits
Pawpals® is unlike traditional clay imprints because it is one-step, instant, and easy to use. There is no kneading, mixing, baking or drying. Just lift the case frame, press the paw into the unique mold material and you've made a lasting memory! Each kit includes an impression pad and a place for a pet photo.
See the simplicity of Pawpals® video and how clients leave their hospital with a lasting memory in hand.
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