What to Do Before Your At-Home Vet Visit
House Call Preparation
It’s simple to prepare for your at-home vet visit. We recommend putting your pet somewhere they cannot hide, especially if you own a cat. We suggest placing your pet in a small bathroom or walk-in closet, where there are no spots they can hide in.
If you are a new client, please fill out our New Client Form and have your pets’ medical records on hand, if available.
What To Expect During Your At-Home Vet Visit
Our vet house calls are more casual and less formal than a traditional vet visit. At-home vet appointments are longer and give you more time to ask questions, discuss problems, and get to know your vet. A first visit may take 45-60 minutes for one pet and 30 additional minutes for each additional pet.
Follow-up visits can take 30-45 minutes, depending on the care your pet needs.
We can conduct examinations or services anywhere that you like inside your home, so long as we have enough space to work.