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Taking pets to the vet can be nerve-wracking for both pets and their owners. Getting pets into carriers, listening to them bark, whine or meow while driving to the vet and trying to calm a pet's fears makes the whole experience unpleasant for both owners and pets.
Some well-meaning pet owners may even delay or refrain from taking pets to the vet for essential vaccinations, which can put a pet's health in jeopardy. City Pets understands why pet owners dislike upsetting their pets and provide an NYC house call vet who comes to your home to vaccinate pets.
Your New York City mobile vet strongly recommends vaccinating outdoor and indoor pets. Even if indoor pets are not exposed to other animals, there may come a time when a strictly indoor pet needs to be hospitalized in a veterinary clinic or boarded in a kennel. Unvaccinated pets in close contact with animals harboring bacterial or viral illnesses are likely to catch the disease and become very sick.
Core and non-core vaccinations are available for dogs and cats. Core vaccinations are vital to dogs and cats based on the high exposure risk associated with certain infectious diseases, the severity of diseases prevented by core vaccines and transmissibility of feline or canine diseases to humans. Your NYC house call vet will come to your home to give core vaccinations for dogs (rabies, parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis) and core vaccinations for cats (feline distemper, rabies, rhinotracheitis and feline calicivirus).
Noncore vaccinations are given based on your pet's lifestyle and health needs. We tailor a pet's vaccination schedule to include only necessary vaccinations and will never give your pet more vaccinations than they need to remain healthy and happy.
Rabies vaccinations for pets are mandatory under New York State laws. Dog and cat owners should have pets vaccinated against rabies before they are four months old. Your New York City mobile vet can come to your home to give your pet a booster rabies vaccination about a year after your pet receives the first rabies shot. Additional rabies booster shots are given once every three years or annually, depending on what kind of rabies vaccine your vet gives your pet.
In-home pet vaccinations in NYC are available at City Pets Vets today. Contact us today at (212) 581-7387 to schedule an appointment with a mobile vet or to learn more about our comprehensive veterinary services.
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Doctor Amy has cared, with affection, intelligence and skill, for my beloved feline companions for over 35 years! She visited our Leo for his annual check-up last week (yes, he is in wonderful shape); I always enjoy these visits; and she cares for my grown-up daughter's Romi as well. Doctor Amy and her staff are always responsive, dedicated to the health and happiness of our pets; I am very appreciative of all that CityPets does for our family, feline and human.
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