Paws Fact #9: Senior Pets Require Special Care and Planning

Paws Fact #9: Senior Pets Require Special Care and Planning

Grigio will be turning 19 years old this spring & while he is in relatively good health I know he’s certainly a senior citizen. Making sure he maintains his health means regular health exams, monitoring his weight monthly, feeding an appropriate diet for age and...
Paws Fact #8 : Extreme Temperatures and weather conditions create unique challenges for a housecall veterinary service

Paws Fact #8 : Extreme Temperatures and weather conditions create unique challenges for a housecall veterinary service

We cannot carry a “pharmacy” of medications and sometimes we can’t even reach some destinations when driving conditions are icy or snowy. Please help us plan accordingly and we thank you for your understanding.
Paws Fact #7 – Saying Goodbye is such a challenging decision

Paws Fact #7 – Saying Goodbye is such a challenging decision

We understand that there are many factors to consider when choosing euthanasia. Our website has helpful information for you to consider. Please contact our office if you don’t find an answer to your home euthanasia questions. Our...
Paws’ Fact #6: Communication is key

Paws’ Fact #6: Communication is key

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...
Paws’ Fact 5: Paws at Home is a housecall ONLY veterinary health care service

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...
Paws’ Fact #4: Veterinarians & Veterinary Technicians are required to do continuing education each year

Paws’ Fact #4: Veterinarians & Veterinary Technicians are required to do continuing education each year

This helps us maintain our licenses and to stay current on new treatments or as a refresher in other areas. If we’re attending classes and can’t take your call, detailed messages help us triage and answer your questions more effectively. Thanks from your...