AVPCAC Supporters

The Council is powered by our official industry partner Sunset Vets Palliative and End of Life Care

Additionally, AVPCAC events are proudly supported each year by a range of incredible sponsors and supporters who are passionate about palliative and end of life care in the veterinary industry.  The Council is incredibly grateful for the support of each of these wonderful individuals and organsations, who have helped a vision become a reality through this important work. 

Enquiry is always welcomed from any groups who would like to chat about the Council’s advocacy, or awareness and education goals. We’d love to partner with you. 

Sunset Vets Palliative and End of Life Care

Sunset Palliative and End of Life Care is a dedicated palliative care and euthanasia service. Their mission is to help families access compassionate end of life pet care at home.

Through a team of mobile Veterinarians, Sunset Vets supports families in navigating a terminal diagnosis whilst ensuring pets are comfortable and are not experiencing unnecessary pain during their final months of life. In many cases, their most important role is to help families say a gentle goodbye at home. The Sunset Vets team are committed to supporting pet families every step of the way.

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Additional Supporters

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About Us

AVPCAC was established in 2017 in an effort to harness expertise from a range of specialities across veterinary and allied health fields.

It aims to develop and support best end-of-life care practices within veterinary medicine, encourage cross discipline interaction between veterinarians and allied health practitioners to improve patient outcomes, and be a source of practical advice for veterinary practitioners looking to increase their clinical skills in this area.

AVPCAC also endeavours to openly encourage conversations about death and bereavement within the veterinary and animal health field.

Disclaimer Notice

Information provided on this site is of an advisory nature. It should not be considered or used as a substitute or replacement for veterinary medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Recommendations as to therapeutics, diagnostics and best standards of practice are constantly evolving in the veterinary industry and are subject to change.

The AVPCAC and its members disclaim liability for any damages or losses, direct or indirect, that may result from use of or reliance on information provided here. If your pet has or is suspected to have a medical problem or condition, please seek specialist advice.

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