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Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Calls serves the following areas: Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Solano County, Alamo, Albany, Benicia, Berkeley, Clayton, Concord, Crockett, Danville, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Emeryville, Hercules, Kensington, Lafayette, Martinez, Moraga, Oakland, Orinda, Piedmont, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, Rodeo, and Walnut Creek.
We are committed to educating our clients on how to keep their pets healthy year-round, with good nutrition and exercise. Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Calls above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, and procedure.
Dr. Bennett's goal is to provide quality mobile vet care in the security of your pet's home eliminating the fear and anxiety your pet may experience by traveling to the veterinary hospital. Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Calls provides complete outpatient care including in-home pet euthanasia, vaccines, minor injury, medical evaluation, diagnostic testing, minor surgery, and wellness. However, when hospitalization, advanced diagnostics, or major surgery is needed, Dr. Bennett works with the cutting edge local veterinary specialists and veterinary hospitals, including the UC Davis Small Animal Teaching Hospital, East Bay Veterinary Specialists, Contra Costa Veterinary Emergency, Sage Veterinary Surgical Associates and others. Dr. Bennett's Objective is to make sure your pet receives the finest cutting-edge veterinary medicine available.
BENEFITS OF A MOBILE VET.
PETS GENERALLY DO NOT LIKE VETERINARY HOSPITALS
NO VET HOSPITAL WAITING ROOMS
YOU STAY WITH YOUR PET DURING THE HOUSE CALL
PERSONALIZED VETERINARY CARE
NO STRESSFUL DRIVES TO THE VET HOSPITAL
A MOBILE VET SAVES YOU TIME!
A MOBILE VET CAN ASSESS A PETS ENVIRONMENT AND MAKE SUGGESTIONS
CLINICAL SIGNS ARE NOT MASKED BY THE FEAR OF VISITING THE VET HOSPITAL
Dr. Bennett's Mobile Veterinary service delivers quality veterinary care on a house call or mobile basis throughout Contra Costa County and Alameda County. We perform in-home pet euthanasia and also provide outpatient medical services and wellness. Because of our central location on the Contra Costa and Alameda county border near El Sobrante we can perform vet house calls to most of the East Bay Area. Dr. Bennett was raised in the Walnut Creek and the Concord area thus most of our clients live in the Walnut Creek and Berkeley corridor which includes towns like Orinda and Lafayette, Alamo and Pleasant Hill. As displayed on Google Places we will travel out in a radius of twenty miles from Walnut Creek. This includes towns like Hercules, Pinole, El Sobrante, and Vallejo in West Contra Costa County extending to Pitsburg in Eastern Contra Costa County. We cover the northwestern part of Alameda County which includes Oakland to El Cerrito and Albany.
Dr. Bennett was born and raised in Walnut Creek, California. He started collecting bugs and catching snakes at the age of seven. By high school, he and his brother Mathew were involved in wildlife rehabilitation working with birds of prey that had been orphaned or injured. Dr. Bennett earned a B.S degree in Microbiology and Medical Technology at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1988. After working for 5 years in pharmaceuticals and education he went back to school and graduated from the University of California Davis in 1997 as a doctor of veterinary medicine. Besides working as a house call veterinarian Dr. Bennett also works at many veterinary hospitals around the East Bay Area. Dr. Bennett is known for his unique ability to make frightened and fractious cats calm down and feel at home. He believes a healthy pet proceeds a happy pet and encourages wellness and preventative medicine
Pet Wellness: Physical Exam, Vaccines, Parasite Control, Microchip,
Health Certificate: Domestic/International Travel
Minor Injury: Cat bite Abscess, Foxtails, Lacerations, Minor Trauma
Pet Illness: Vomiting, Diarrhea, Weight Loss, Not Eating, Lethargy
Itching Pets: Flea Allergy, food Allergy, Atopy, Mange
Pet Behavior: Separation Anxiety, house breaking, Aggression
Medicine: Diabetes, Thyroid disease, kidney Dysfunction, Cushings
Hospice: Fluid Support, Pain control, Nutritional Support
Euthanasia: Sedation, Dignified and Painless Euthanasia, Care of Remains.