What Patients Can Mobile Veterinarians Treat?

Jeremy Gransky, DVM, veterinary officer for MVS Pet Care, says mobile practices can provide great comprehensive care in a house-call setting. 
Published: May 12, 2018


Jeremy Gransky, DVM, veterinary officer for MVS Pet Care, says mobil practices can provide great comprehensive care in a house-call setting. 

There are obvious things that mobile practices should refer to brick-and-mortar veterinarians — such as surgery, critical care cases and any procedure needing anesthesia — but there are plenty they are well-equipped to handle. General primary care, preventive care, annual exams, vaccinations, sick patient care and the management of chronic disease in geriatric patients are all things mobile practice are well-suited for, Dr. Gransky says.

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