Paws at Home
Housecall Veterinary Service

Welcome!

Serving Quincy, IL & surrounding communities

Specializing in End of Life Care for Your Beloved Pet

Comfort Care | Hospice Care | Euthanasia Services

By Appointment Only – No Emergency Services

Regular Business Hours:

Monday 8AM - 5PM
Tuesday 8AM - 5PM
Wednesday 8AM - 5PM
Thursday CLOSED
Friday 8AM - 5PM
Saturday By appointment only
Sunday CLOSED

Holiday Hours 2021

Thanksgiving

Closed
Wed 11/24 Noon – Mon 11/29 8am

Christmas

Closed
Wed 12/22 5pm – Mon 12/27 8am

New Year’s

Closed
Wed 12/29 5pm – Mon 1/3 8am

Online Pharmacy

Request and fill prescription orders shipped directly to your home
Prescription & Non-prescription food • Treats • Toys • Supplements

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Paws’ Fact #6: Communication is key for any relationship, so having previous veterinary health records + current health history prior to housecall exams is critical for quality medical care. We have simplified the history form, so clients may share pertinent physical and behavioral concerns, ask for prescription refills, and provide current diet information for their dogs or cats. #PawsFacts

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Paws’ Fact #6: Communication is key for any relationship, so having previous veterinary health records + current health history prior to housecall exams is critical for quality medical care. We have simplified the history form, so clients may share pertinent physical and behavioral concerns, ask for prescription refills, and provide current diet information for their dogs or cats. #PawsFacts

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Paws’ Fact #6: Communication is key for any relationship, so having previous veterinary health records + current health history prior to housecall exams is critical for quality medical care. We have simplified the history form, so clients may share pertinent physical and behavioral concerns, ask for prescription refills, and provide current diet information for their dogs or cats. #PawsFacts

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Roxanne didn’t have any Turkey, but she was exhausted from entertaining so much company. Happy Thanksgiving (& a nap 😘🐶)!
We’re embracing this Thanksgiving season! 🧡🍁 The Paws at Home team is in the office until 5pm today and Wednesday from 8-12 for last minute refills needed during the holiday. We will be fully closed from Wednesday at noon until Monday at 8 am. Wishing all of our family and friends a very Happy Thanksgiving!
This week we will be celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends, BUT please take precautions to keep your pets safe from bad food choices INCLUDING your trash can. Whether its intentional sharing, inadvertent opportunities, or your pets are persistent about getting into the garbage, they can really get very ill very quickly AND there are increasingly limited urgent and emergency care options for veterinary care. Paws at Home has special holiday hours this week and we will only be available Monday & Tuesday 8-5 and Wednesday 8-12, so get your refill requests in ASAP and have a great Thanksgiving!!!
With just a week away from Thanksgiving, we are grateful for our amazing clients. We received these adorable Schnauzer cookies at one of our housecalls this morning. 💜🐾 Next week we are closed from Wednesday at noon until Monday morning, so all our staff may celebrate this season of gratitude. 🦃 🍁🧡
Paws’ Fact 5: Paws at Home is a housecall ONLY veterinary health care service. We do not have a physical clinic, so we do NOT offer surgeries, xrays, hospitalization, or emergency/urgent care. We do offer the option for hospice counseling and peaceful goodbyes at home for your beloved dogs and cats. Dr Kristin and the Paws at Home team have prioritized hospice patients since October 2019. #PawsFacts
Dogs still need physical and mental exercise even during the winter months. Cold & slippery conditions can affect our senior canine friends even more. Contact your veterinarian for recommendations on how to improve your dog’s mobility. 🐶💜
Paws’ Fact #4: Veterinarians & Veterinary Technicians are required to do continuing education each year to maintain our licenses and to stay current on new treatments or as a refresher in other areas. Today, Dr Kristin Kanoy Spear will be attending classes virtually for the ISVMA convention and we have another staff member on vacation. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation during these times. Detailed messages help us triage and answer your questions more effectively. Thanks from your Paws at Home team 💜🐾  #PawsFacts

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