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We will pull into your driveway or park on your street, whichever will work best. Almost always you will bring your pet out to the truck for the exam. This is the best way to fully examine and weigh your pet.
Dogs usually hop into the truck with ease. Please have them on a leash, if they have a tendency to run. We can assist large or immobile dogs when necessary.
Cats usually need to be confined prior to our arrival. It is amazing how well they hide when they hear a vehicle pull alongside their house! A small bathroom usually works well for confinement. Bedrooms usually are not the best because the cat(s) will hide under the bed. Utility rooms also are not ideal because the cat(s) will hide behind the washer and dryer. You may carry your cat out to the truck if your cat is very calm, but in order to keep them safe, we recommend carrying them out in a carrier. We have a cat box on the truck if you need to borrow it.
Equine patients should be confined to a stall so they are easily haltered when we arrive. This really helps things move smoothly for everyone.
Please ask if you have any questions about how the process will work!
Mobile Unit/House Call Hours
These people are amazing!!! I have been going here for a few years now & they have been wonderful to me & all of my animals. All of the vets are great! But as we all know sometimes the staff are who we see & talk to first & I can assure you they are as good as it gets! Love this group, call them today you won't be sorry!