By examining your pet in its own home environment, where it is more secure (and hopefully less aggressive), your house call veterinarian can better evaluate behavior and conditions which may be caused or aggravated by their environment. In addition, there is a lower risk of being exposed to diseases that may be floating around in a hospital waiting room. This is especially important for very young or very old pets that do not have good immunity and for pets with weakened immune systems.
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Another thing to discuss ahead of time is fees. While you may find it awkward, it’s better to find out what your costs are likely to be, and help your vet understand your expectations before you’re surprised with an unexpectedly large bill. Every blood test, urinalysis, and medical procedure is a line item on your bill. Ask what the vet’s fees are for routine checkups and vaccinations. If finances are a major concern, make sure your vet understands this. You should expect a written estimate for any and all medical and surgical procedures. Conversely, if you want all possible treatment for your pet, regardless of cost, your vet should know this, too. (This might also be a good time to look into pet insurance.)
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Each of our veterinary clinics is equipped with laboratory and diagnostic equipment that will give our doctors the information they need to properly care for your pet. The hospital’s medicine ward is available if your pet requires hospitalization and when is necessary each hospital is equipped with a surgery suite. Our veterinary clinics also have to provide routine dental cleanings and oral care including extractions if needed. Our in house pharmacy will provide the medications that your pet requires and our facilities stock a full line of specialty diets to provide for their nutritional needs, both routine and therapeutic.
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