Is there such thing as a mobile vet?
In short, yes. If you ring a vet practice and ask for a home visit, they will often be able to arrange a mutually convenient time to come out to you. We can all appreciate the desire to have your veterinarian visit you at home instead of having to find the time to take your pet to the clinic.
Should I take my dog to a holistic vet?
If you are committed to providing the most natural pet care for your furry family member, you may want to consider taking them to a holistic veterinarian. Like their conventional counterparts, a holistic veterinarian has a doctor of veterinary medicine degree.
How do mobile vets work?
Mobile veterinarians come to your house to examine your pet on a day, and at a time, that is convenient for you. That means you save time because you don’t have to drive to and from the clinic. You can schedule an appointment so the mobile vet shows up right when you get home from work.
Is holistic medicine real?
Holistic medicine is a whole-body approach to healthcare. Other holistic practitioners are not “real” medical doctors. They may be called “doctor” in their field, but they aren’t licensed to practice medicine. In general, holistic medicine isn’t meant to be used in place of traditional medical care.
What can mobile vets do?
Mobile clinics can offer a wide range of in-home services. HousePaws, for example, provides physical exams, vaccinations, blood work and x-rays, as well as behavioral counseling and consultations on nutrition, weight management, allergies, diabetes management and senior health.
What is a holistic breeder?
What Are Holistic Dog Breeders? Holistic dog breeders feed their dogs a natural diet and avoid giving their dogs chemicals. They typically feed their dogs a raw diet. Often they do not vaccinate their dogs or treat their dog with the typical medicines for deworming and flea and tick prevention.