Contact -  Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Calls  -  In-Home Pet Euthanasia , Wellness, General Veterinary Services

Dogs can be fractious or aggressive for a number of different reasons including fear aggression, learned aggression, innate aggression and defensive aggression. Medium, large and giant breed dogs can cause very serious injuries which can be fatal. For this reason Dr. Bennett is very diligent in working safely with these animals in order to keep everyone involved (including the pet) safe and healthy. Here are some mandatory guidelines in obtaining services from Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House calls with an animal that may be aggressive.

1) Speak with Dr. Bennett/staff member about your pet's aggression issues prior to the visit. Often we will send sedatives for your pet to take 2 hours prior to the appointment. 

1) Always make sure your animal is kept in a separate and secure room away from the front door when the doctor/staff members arrive. Please be prepared to sit down and talk about your animal before leading the doctor/staff member to your pet.

2) Please put a muzzle on your animal prior to it having contact with veterinary staff members. Make sure the muzzle is secure and as tight as possible. If your pet will not tolerate a muzzle then make Dr. Bennett/staff aware of this prior to the appointment so that an appropriate 'plan B' can be implemented. If you are at danger putting a muzzle on your pet do not attempt to do so (inform the doctor).

3) Do not allow other animals/children in the area where the consultation is taking place.

4) Do not feed your animal for 6 hours prior to exam in case sedation is needed.

4) Please do not attempt to help the doctor restrain your animal in any way while the exam is taking place. If you insist on helping please inform the doctor/staff member at the time of scheduling the appointment.


Territory our Mobile Veterinary Service Covers

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. 


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