The thing is, little animals always seem to be at the bottom of the food chain where family pecking orders are concerned. So, when things have gone tragically wrong in their little lives, they have had to just patiently wait their turn. But unfortunately because they are so much more vulnerable and fragile than the human members of the traditional family of four or five, it often becomes a case of too little, too late.
And in many cases, it’s becoming difficult for the human side of the family. GP’s are no longer prepared to make house calls. If this is your GP, it’s time to close the book on him and locate a truly family oriented GP who will be there for you through thick and thin. Now, while he’ll always be there for you in an emergency, there’s not much he can do if your little cat or dog suddenly falls ill or gets hit by a car.
For that, you’re going to need emergency pet care. Fortunately, it is now just a house call away. Now, the same goes for you and your beloved pets if the local vet hasn’t exactly been forthcoming and helpful. Never been prepared to do house calls. In fact, it was never the case in the past for most residential or suburban vets. You always had to struggle along packing your frightened little cat or dog in the back of your car.
Not anymore. Time to do some hunting on the vet side as well. And if you’ve located such a vet, why don’t you ask him to make a house call to do a first time check of your pet cat or dog.