Routine House Calls
We understand the special role your pet plays in your family, which is why our mobile vet service is dedicated to becoming a lifelong partner in your pet’s healthcare.
If your four-legged friend is reluctant to travel or go to a veterinary clinic, scheduling a house call with our licensed pet professionals is the perfect solution. From vaccinations to microchipping to geriatric care, we offer a variety of in-home veterinary services for your furry friend. Our unique house call service provides pets with a less stressful means of receiving necessary medical care with a scheduled visit from one of our certified veterinarians to your home or office. At PriVET Pet Care, our friendly Dispatchers and Providers are passionate about providing the highest quality care for your pet.
Below is our core house call vaccinations for both dogs and cats. Core vaccinations are recommended for new pets with an unknown vaccination history, while non-core vaccinations are optional and will depend on your pet’s current health conditions and out-of-area travel itinerary.
Core House Call Vaccinations for Puppies & Dogs
This highly contagious virus can affect all dogs but often is found in unvaccinated puppies younger than 4 months old. Parvovirus primarily spreads through contact with canine feces and may survive on surfaces for up to 2 years in the right conditions.
CANINE DISTEMPER VIRUS (CDV)
Canine distemper virus can be a serious case for your dog, so it’s important to get vaccinated as soon as possible. This virus is typically transmitted through the air from coughing or sneezing and could harm your dog’s respiratory system as well as digestive tract. While all dogs may become infected at some point in their life – even those older than 6 months – most cases of canine distemper virus happen among puppies younger than 6 months of age.
CANINE ADENOVIRUS (CAV)
Also known as canine hepatitis, canine adenovirus is a dangerous disease among dogs that affects the liver. Typically passed through stools and urine, this highly contagious virus can cause respiratory tract illnesses and in some cases can lead to death if not treated properly.
Rabies is a dangerous and potentially fatal viral infection that can be transmitted through saliva and bite wounds. Once it enters your dog’s body, the disease moves to the brain where it festers for a month or two before causing major damage such as severe disorientation, personality changes and seizures.
Core House Call Vaccinations for Kittens & Cats
Feline calicivirus is a common disease among young cats, especially kittens 6 weeks or older, and is primarily found in multicat facilities and shelters. This virus attacks your cat’s respiratory system, including the lungs and nasal passageways, with ulcerations of the intestines and musculoskeletal system.
FELINE RHINOTRACHEITIS VIRUS (FVR)
Also known as feline herpesvirus (FH-1), this upper respiratory infection can cause severe damage to your feline’s nose and throat. While cats of all ages are susceptible to feline rhinotracheitis, it is most often found in kittens under 5 weeks of age.
FELINE PANLEUKOPENIA VIRUS (FPV)
This virus is often referred to as feline distemper, a highly contagious and life-threatening disease among cats. This particular virus attacks the blood cells of your feline, primarily in their intestinal tract and bone marrow.
Feline rabies is an infectious disease that can quickly spread through your cat’s body, ultimately affecting their central nervous system. This virus is typically passed on to cat’s through a bite from an infected animal such as a raccoon, skunk or fox.