Mobile Pet Vaccinations from a Veterinarian in Largo FL
Is your cat or dog overdue for their pet vaccines? Maybe you’ve put it off because every time you try to take your pet to a vet, they get anxious and upset so why not have the vet come to you. A house call vet can do pet vaccinations in the comfort of your own home. For at home pet services, Midway Animal Hospital is a mobile veterinarian in Largo that administers mobile pet vaccinations. Here’s what you need to know about our Largo mobile vet.
What Is a Mobile Veterinarian?
A mobile veterinarian is one that makes veterinary house calls to patients across the Largo area. This includes nearby towns and cities like Dunning, Seminole, Clearwater, and St. Petersburg. Our house call vet is trained and licensed to administer vaccines and the only difference between a clinic vet and a mobile vet is we come to you rather than you bringing your pet to us.
Can My Pet Still Get All Their Vaccinations from a Mobile Veterinarian in Largo FL?
Yes, absolutely. Whether you have a new puppy or kitten that is undergoing its first rounds of shots or older pet needing annual or semi-annual vaccines, you can trust our house call vet to administer these.
Our vet in Largo can get your pet up-to-date on core vaccines and non-core vaccines for both cats and dogs.
We administer cat core vaccines for:
- feline calicivirus
- feline distemper
- feline herpesvirus type 1
Dog core vaccines for:
- canine parvovirus
- canine hepatitis
If you find your pet needs non-core vaccines, you can still count on us. Our pet vaccines will safeguard cats from feline immunodeficiency virus, Bordetella, feline leukemia virus, and Chlamydophilia felis. Non-core vaccines will also shield dogs from Leptospira bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi, and Bordetella bronchiseptica.
How Does This Benefit the Pet?
There are many ways that a house call vet can benefit your cat or dog that needs vaccines. By doing these pet vaccinations at home your pet will feel more at ease. If they tend to throw up, shake, wet themselves, or otherwise show signs of distress before a vet appointment, veterinary house calls may be the way to go.
When the vet arrives, the pet owner can pick a room for the vet to administer the shots. This may be the living room, bedroom, or another place where the pet feels relaxed. The shots will be over before they know it, and all without the anxiety that your pet associates with going to the vet.
About Midway Animal Hospital, Your Choice for Veterinary House Calls
If your dog or cat needs pet vaccinations in Largo, choose us at Midway Animal Hospital. We make veterinary house calls to make your life and your pet’s life easier. Our vaccines safeguard against canine influenza, Bordetella, rabies, and more.
As a house call vet, we’ll come just about anywhere, serving Largo, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Seminole, Dunning, and more. Give us a call at (727) 391-9928 for your pet's vaccinations and other pet services.