house call veterinarian


In this month's blog post, we'll be discussing how you can tell if your cat or dog may need a visit from a house call veterinarian.

House Call Veterinarians

Like the song says, the weather outside has been frightful this holiday season, but a house call veterinarian is still your best choice for any seasonal pet struggles that your companion may face. Whether they struggle against colds this time of year, have vaccines that are due around this time of year, or have any other concern, a house call vet can help to take the stress away from you driving into a vet office while getting them the help them need.

House Call Veterinarian

Lyme disease is transmitted via the bite of an infected tick. Dogs, cats, and even humans can be infected with the disease. Dogs more than anything, however, are likely to become bitten because of their tendency to run and explore in the woods. Tick bites tend to happen in the spring and summer with some years being worse than others. Left untreated, Lyme disease can be fatal, so it’s important to keep an eye out for symptoms.