mobile 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.


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. 


Just like you and your family, your pets should get regular veterinarian check-ups to make sure they stay healthy and to make sure any potential health issues are identified before they become serious problems. The question is: how often should my pet be seen by a veterinarian? In today’s post, we will provide detailed answers appropriate to the age of your pet(s).


Creature Comfort offers mobile veterinarian services to pet owners throughout the greater Kalamazoo area. 


As a mobile veterinarian in the Kalamazoo area, the majority of what we do are general appointments, such as treating pets for fleas and ticks and providing clients with high-quality, veterinary grade medication. Besides treating your pets on a consistent schedule there are other things you can do to help prevent your pet from being infested with fleas or ticks. It’s also important to understand that cats, even ones who don’t go outside, can get fleas or ticks that you unknowingly bring inside.

Mobile Veterinarian

Most cat owners realize that oftentimes their cat is scratching objects because they are trying to sharpen or trim their claws, however, there are other reasons for feline furniture scratching, as well. Scratching can be used as a source of communications. You see, cats have scent glands on their paws, so by scratching the corner of the couch, they’re claiming that spot. If you have multiple cats, you may see the same spot claimed by multiple cats, and around it goes. For whatever reason, it has gotten into cat owners’ heads that any problem behavior can be fixed by spaying or neutering, which is not the case when it comes to scratching (although, you really should get your cats fixed for several other reasons).