As a housecall veterinarian, I can do many of the things that a traditional veterinary clinic can perform, all in the lower stress environment of your home.
Lumps and bumps
In order to determine what a mass is and whether it needs to be removed, a few cells can be removed with a needle in a quick procedure and examined under a microscope.
Allergies, skin infections, ear infections, and many other skin conditions can be evaluated and treated in the home setting.
Flea and tick prevention are essential in New England! Let me help you find a product that meets your needs.
Puppy and Kitten Care
Congratulations on the new member of your family! This visit will include a nose-to-tail exam as well as a conversation about recommended vaccines, deworming, socialization, house breaking, and anything else you may have questions about.
Do you have other concerns about your pet? Call me and we can decide if it is something that can be seen on a house call visit.
Pets of all ages benefit from a thorough yearly physical exam. This is the perfect time to learn more about the pet's behavior, nutrition, exercise habits, and to ask and answer questions. No question is too small, and my goal is to help you learn more about your pet's health and be involved in decision making.
I vaccinate dogs and cats based on the recommendations of AAHA and AAFP. I would love to talk to you more about the individual vaccines that are recommended for your dog or cat as well as the proper vaccine schedule.
Microchipping is a safe, effective way to identify your pet in the event that he/she gets lost.
Health certificates are often needed for intrastate and international travel.
Heartworm and Tick Borne Disease Testing
Yearly testing for heartworm and tick borne diseases is recommended for all dogs.
Our dear companions deserve a dignified, peaceful, and painless end of life when the time comes. See here for more information.