Irvine Pet Housecall Service

at At Your Door, Irvine, 92620 United States

Our mission is to bring the highest standard of veterinary care into your home. It is our goal to provide high quality veterinary care for your pet in the

Irvine Pet Housecall Service
At Your Door
Irvine , CA 92620
United States
Contact Phone
P: (949) 562-3550


Same day, evening and weekend appointments are available (when possible). Additional fees may apply. Fees: Based upon distance from Irvine. Please call for a quote. Minimum local and routine Housecall/Pet exam appointment is $125. Additional pet exams $55/pet. All fees are due at the time of services rendered. We accept most major credit cards (VISA MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS)

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What is Irvine Pet Housecall all about? When Irvine Pet Housecall comes to your home, a veterinarian and a technician arrive with all of the necessary equipment to do the majority of services that your pet might need. We like to think that anything that can be done in an examination room of a veterinary hospital can be done in the comfort of your own home. For example, a full physical examination, including taking blood, urine and fecal collection for laboratory analysis and vaccinations can all be done in your home or apartment. When pets are sick, fluid therapy, medicine administration and cancer treatment can be done in your home. And when it is time, euthanasia can be performed at home as well, providing this service in a peaceful humane way. Irvine Pet Housecall Service will make whatever final arrangements you require such as cremation or burial in a pet cemetery.

Published on 2014-08-14 06:24:17 GMT

We focus on preventative medicine for your pet in the comfort of your home. After a thorough physical examination we will discuss how to keep your pet healthy through needed vaccines, nutritional guidance, and general wellness education! We also understand that problems do arise in pets from time to time that need attention, and we can handle most of your pets medical needs in your home as well. The initial fee of $110.00* includes a thorough physical examination and consultation in your home about the overall health of your pet. *An additional fee may apply for extended travel time. ** We accept: Cash, Checks, Debit cards and

Published on 2014-08-01 07:13:14 GMT

From the Comfort of Your Home Combining holistic and integrative treatments with the latest in Western veterinary care, Irvine Pet Housecall Veterinary Service provides the best in home animal care in the Orange County. With over a decade of experience, we specialize in providing comprehensive house call veterinary service to your animal companion in the stress-free environment of your home.

Published on 2014-07-29 23:03:55 GMT

Advantages of Veterinary Housecalls: Housecall veterinarians offer many conveniences that traditional animal hospitals cannot. One of the biggest of those is overcoming the fear and trauma that many animals experience when taken from their home to a veterinary hospital. Many animals release pheromones (chemical scent signals) under traumatic conditions that linger in the air and may cause fear reactions in animals that detect them. In addition to the benefits for your pet, a housecall may make more sense for many owners. Since you won't have to gather up your pets, drive to the clinic, wait to see the veterinarian and drive back home, there is less time wasted for you. Frequently, housecall veterinarians offer greater freedom in scheduling appointments. You will also receive more personalized attention and, generally, an extended period of time spent with the veterinarian. Many housecall veterinarians also provide emergency care for their clients. By examining your pet in its own environment where it is more secure, your housecall 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.