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Spotlight on Veterinary House Calls

August 01, 2019

Did you know that we offer veterinary house calls? This can be a great option for many of our clients, as well as their furred, scaled, or feathered friends! Read on as a Pasadena, MD vet lists some circumstances where house calls are a good choice.

Tight Schedules

Modern life can get pretty hectic. We know that many of our clients have their hands—and calendars—full with careers, families, chores, appointments, and other obligations. Even finding the time to visit the vet’s can be difficult! House calls can help, as you won’t have to spend time driving to the clinic or sitting in the waiting room.

Transportation Problems

House calls are a great choice for anyone who has transportation and/or mobility issues, as well as anyone who is dealing with chronic pain or illness.

Big Dogs

We love dogs of all shapes and sizes, from the tiniest Chihuahua to the biggest Great Dane. However, getting larger pups from one place to another can be difficult. This is another situation where house calls can be beneficial.

Exotic Pets

Traveling with reptiles, birds, and other exotic animals isn’t always easy. Birds can seriously hurt themselves if they get scared and try to fly around in their carriers! Snakes, especially large ones, can also be tricky to move.

Older Pets

Just like people, pets often get stiff and sore as they age, and may feel uncomfortable being held or picked up. House calls allow your furry pal to stay cozy and comfortable at home, and will only briefly interrupt their napping schedule.


It’s never easy to say goodbye. However, when the time comes, a house call will allow your pet to move on in comfort and dignity.

Bonus: Good Dialogue

Another good thing about veterinary house calls is that they can offer vets valuable insight to an animal’s care or behavior. Being able to observe our furry patients in their homes lets us see them quite literally in a different light. This can help facilitate good, productive conversations.


House calls are great, but they aren’t necessarily right for every pet or situation. Your pet may still need to visit the clinic for some appointments. Ask your vet if house calls are a good option for you.

Please contact us, your local Pasadena, MD vet clinic, for more information about house calls. We’re here to help!

408 N. Crain Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061

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Sat 8am–4pm

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