Category Archives: house call veterinarian

Dr. Kristina Baltutis Bio

Dr. Kristina Baltutis graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Dr. Kristina is particularly interested in theriogenology...

Dr. April Ward Bio

A high school teacher dampened Dr. Ward's dream of being a veterinarian... Finally, she decided to follow her dream, and after several years of hard work, she graduated from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine.

I “Heart” Worms?

April also is Heartworm Awareness Month, and every pet parent needs to hear about heartworms and be familiar with the reasons to prevent their invasion into their baby's bodies. 

Love The Animals

April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, and in this time of added stress and anxiety over our own lives and the economy during the coronavirus pandemic, this topic offers us an opportunity to look beyond ourselves to those creatures who are at our mercy all the time. 

Don’t, Spot, Don’t (Eat That)!

Taste definitely relies on the tongue and taste buds, so it surprises us when our pets eat things like fertilizer or pennies or potpourri. Luckily that stuff isn't toxic (except to our imaginations), but there are so many things that are poisonous to our furry babies that we need to educate ourselves about...

The Prescription for Sweet Kisses

February is not just for Valentine's Day. It's also a month set aside by the veterinary profession to exalt the benefits of dental health for our pets. 

Refer a Vet and Get a HAWAII TRIP for TWO and $1,000 for Your Pet Cause!

Do you know a great vet who needs a fresh start?  We’re actively seeking vets who dream of practice ownership, work-life balance, and the kind of personalized medicine we crave for our own pets. We like new as well as seasoned vets, general or specialized. Our practice model puts the vet first because happy, healthy, empowered doctors are the foundation of great medicine.

Dr. Melissa Kerns Bio

Dr. Kerns chose to pursue veterinary medicine because she is amazed at the impact animals can have on individuals and families. She believes that people can learn so much from pets, such as how to live in the moment and how to forgive and love unconditionally.

The best reasons for using a house call veterinarian

The most important “being” in the house call equation is the patient.

Why I love being a house call client

I am a veterinarian who does mobile visits, but due to the limited scope of my practice, I also choose to have a mobile veterinarian come to my home to treat my pets.

Why I love being a house call veterinarian

What makes a house call veterinary practice special?