Nearly all the services available at a typical veterinary clinic can be provided in the convenient, stress-free environment of your own home.
- Preventative health care: Annual or semi-annual physicals, with screening tests and vaccinations as indicated, are essential to keep pets healthy and identify problems early.
- Diagnosis and treatment of common diseases: The majority of common pet health problems, from allergies to ear infections, can be diagnosed and addressed on-site.
- Management of chronic conditions: Many diseases, such as arthritis, hypertension, and diabetes, may be more accurately assessed and managed in the home environment.
- Behavioral consultations: Behavioral problems are nearly always best assessed and treated in the pet's own environment. Furthermore, some behavior problems may make it more difficult to transport a pet to the clinic, making home care a valuable option.
- Exotic Pet Care: In-home care is even more valuable for ill exotic pets as many are highly stressed by transport; likewise, the unique needs of different species often makes observation in their normal environment essential to identify problems.
- End-of-life care and euthanasia: It is never easy to say goodbye to our companions. In-home options for euthanasia and hospice care makes this difficult time less stressful for many people and pets.