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WHAT DO MOBILE VETS DO?
BENEF ITS OF A MOBILE VET
Mobile vets are just like brick and mortar vets, with one exception: instead of
you having to take your pet to them, they come to your house to look at your
pet. A mobile vet can offer the same range of services a traditional vet does, like
general health checkups, blood tests, vaccinations, eye, ear and skin checkups,
wound care, cytology, geriatic and chronic illness care and at-home euthanasia
House visit vets come equipped with all the tools and medication they need to
diagnose a vast majority of issues. 98% of all vet visits don’t require any special
tools or equipment to make accurate diagnoses. In rare cases when a pet
requires specialised care or medication the vet doesn't have on hand, most
house visit vets are able to refer people to partner clinics for further specialised
care at no extra cost or may be able to organise for the prescription medication
to be delivered to the patient’s house.
Pet parents love their furry friends and will go to any length to keep them
healthy and happy. And keeping them healthy requires frequent visits to the vet
to detect any problems before they become too serious.
But as any pet parent knows, visits to the vet can be a stressful affair for
everyone involved. From scheduling appointments, arranging babysitters for any
children at home, taking time off work to actually putting your pet in its crate
and taking it to the vet, there’s a lot involved in just a single vet visit!
Fortunately, with the rise of mobile vet services in multiple locations across
Australia, annual and routine checkups have become easy and stress-free. But
the question then arises: would a mobile vet be able to give a pet the same
amount of care as a brick and mortar vet? If you’re on the shelf about making
the switch over to a home visit vet and have had the same question pop up in
your head, here’s exactly why you should make the switch!
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