Dignity and Care

At CPC we pride ourselves on providing a great service in all aspects of our work. From our pet cremation services carried out with dignity and care, right through to our veterinary support and training services.

Training

Doing the right thing by your companion animal sometimes means that we must say goodbye. At CPC, we provide high quality training to veterinary professionals across the industry. Our trained bereavement advisors run workshops and courses throughout the year that are specially tailored to the needs of a modern veterinary practice.

Our in depth workshops give veterinary professionals the chance to share their experience and knowledge as well as learn from our wealth of experience. We have found over the years that having an open and honest discussion about our approach to grief and difficult conversations with clients gives our veterinary professionals confidence they didn’t have before our workshops.

trainingWe run two courses at various locations throughout the country. Our Insight to Bereavement day is aimed mainly at veterinary nurses and support staff, and provides a great overview of our services as well as the chance to learn and ask questions from our course leaders and other veterinary professionals.

The Pet Bereavement Workshop is taken by Mary Dawkes, a professional bereavement councillor who has worked with the NHS for over 20 years. We are privileged that Mary takes the time with go into great detail on this academic course, providing scenarios and case studies for those in attendance. This is another opportunity for veterinary professionals from across the profession to come together to learn as well as share ideas.

Support

Our veterinary support and are on hand all the time to answer questions and help where we can. Our specialist vet support team are committed to providing the best care and service we can, whether your query is quick and simple or much more complex.
Contact Veterinary Support on: 01763 207750.

It was a great insight into what goes on behind the scenes. To allow me to relay the information to our clients and to say I have had personal experience Lynsey Mustata, Luton