mobile vet


In this month’s blog post, we’ll be discussing why a mobile veterinarian is the premier choice for pet owners during the winter and the health issues to watch out for in your pet as it continues to cool.


In this month’s blog post, we’ll be discussing how mobile veterinarians can reduce the discomfort your pets feel and the benefits of relying on a house call vet.


At Creature Comfort, we understand the difficulties and risks that these complications can pose, which is why we operate as a mobile veterinarian service, coming straight to your door to help make your furry friends feel better.


When it comes to your pet’s health, it’s critical that you choose a health provider that is suited to fit their needs. 


At Creature Comforts mobile vet, we believe in providing the best possible care for our clients and their furry family members. Many pets are well suited to traditional vets or have become accustomed to going to their vet, while others may be suited to the nontraditional house call vet. We book clients based on a few things including animal type, countenance/behavior, and service availability. When choosing the correct veterinarian services for your pet, it is important to find the one that works best with you and your pet.


Creature Comforts is a Kalamazoo mobile vet that truly believe it is our job to help our clients and patients get through the holidays safely.


Creature Comfort’s house call vet services are designed to provide our clients with a convenient, personable, and professional experience brought right to your door. This is for pet owners who find it difficult to travel with pets or have a busy schedule that does not work well with traditional veterinary hours

mobile vet

For most people, their pets are a member of their family. Pet owners want to do everything they can to ensure that their pets are happy and healthy. Like people, as pets age, they can begin to experience more health problems and even begin to have chronic pain. The problem is, it’s not always easy to tell if your cat or dog is in pain. There are a number of things you should look for to determine if your pet’s habits are just changing because they’re aging, or if there is a more serious problem that needs to be addressed.