Dr. Bennett Provides The Following
Mobile Veterinary Services In The Security Of Your Pet's Home.
Because our pets cannot tell us how they feel, the onset and progression of a disease can be very subtle and undetectable to most caretakers. Dr. Bennett examines your pet in the comfort of its home with a superb bedside manner so that fear and excitement are usually minimal. The adrenaline rush caused by a trip to the veterinary hospital can mask the clinical signs of disease. A more accurate physical exam and a calm pet are among the most valuable benefits of utilizing Dr. Bennett's Mobile Veterinary Service.
Pet Wellness and Disease Prevention
Vaccines, parasite control, and disease prevention are crucial to ensuring your pet's health. Dogs and cats constantly have their noses to the ground consuming contaminated dirt and feces. By nature, many pets hunt small prey which may harbor transmissible parasitic, viral and bacterial diseases. Furthermore, our pets have predispositions for genetic or breed-specific diseases and conditions. Yearly or bi-annual exams for your pet are crucial, as is employing the appropriate testing, vaccines, and prophylactics to prevent and detect disease. Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Call Service utilizes the most modern and cutting-edge technology to ensure your pet is safe, healthy, and happy.
When it is time to say goodbye to your pet, Dr. Bennett will ensure the transition is peaceful, painless, and dignified. A mobile veterinary service eliminates the trip to the veterinary hospital. It allows your pet to have a comfortable passing which is the definition of euthanasia. Dr. Bennett's Mobile Veterinary Service employs top-of-the-line medications and superb bedside manners to ensure euthanasia is smooth and painless. Dr. Bennett's Mobile Veterinary Service will provide cremation services, including private cremation with the return of ashes and general cremation with no ashes returned.
Itchy Pet - Skin Problems
Many dogs and cats suffer from constant or intermittent itching and hair loss. Dr. Bennett is a veterinarian that believes in giving itchy pets instant relief and permanently resolving the problem by utilizing advanced treatment modalities and diagnostics. Most itching pets suffer from allergic skin disease and subsequent inflammation. A house-call vet can evaluate the environment to help start figuring out the cause of the allergy.
Vomiting, diarrhea, excessive thirst, increased urination, lethargy, coughing, and weight loss are signs of a pet's illness. Dr. Bennett's Mobile Veterinary service offers blood workups, DNA testing, blood pressure, cytology, and other diagnostic procedures in the comfort of your pet's home. Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Calls uses top-of-the-line laboratories, specialists, and equipment to ensure your pet receives the best veterinary care possible.
As a mobile vet., Dr. Bennett will only perform minor surgical procedures such as skin biopsy, laceration repair, and abscess drainage. Dr. Bennett refers major or invasive surgical approaches to the best local specialists or U.C Davis. Having the patients' regular hospital veterinarian perform surgical or imaging procedures is often a good choice. Dr. Bennett has worked as an on-call veterinarian for the veterinary hospitals in Contra Costa County and Alameda County. Therefore, in most cases already has a working relationship with your regular hospital veterinarian.
Pet Behavior Problems
Pet behavior problems can often cause significant harm to the human-pet relationship. Separation anxiety, inappropriate urination, and obsessive-compulsive licking are only a few of the many. Caretakers often misunderstand the cause of these problems and become frustrated when attempts to rectify the issues fail. These problems often have solutions through behavior modification and possible pharmaceutical intervention. Dr. Bennett believes behavior consultation must occur at the pet's home to consider the problem's environmental circumstances. Dr. Bennett will educate you thoroughly and make a plan to help bring everything back to normal.
Chronic Disease and Geriatric care
Unfortunately, some pets must live with long-term problems they were born with or acquire as they grow older. As a mobile vet, Dr. Bennett can evaluate a pet's environment to help provide modifications that may be necessary for our pet's comfort. Dr. Bennett will provide you with all the knowledge and services to make your pet as comfortable, productive, and happy as possible. Treatment regimens can be more successful without the stress of going back and forth to the veterinary hospital.