Frequently Asked Questions
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Text or call us at 705-242-5402, you may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer basic grooming services such as nail trims, ear cleanings and can even tidy up the fur around the ears/ paws for you however, we currently do not offer grooming services such as baths, blow dries or hair cuts.
Yes, our staff believe in fear- free visits- meaning, we strive to create a positive/rewarding experience for your pets and our goal is to eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress for both you and your pet(s). We work with you and your pet to accommodate all personality types with the goal of reteaching pets that there is nothing to fear. We cannot guarantee that within the first few appointments the service will be completed however, we can guarantee we will have a successful visit in which we begin the process of bonding with your pet and gaining their trust. We have numerous success stories of “untouchable” pets coming around (check out our testimonials on Google and Facebook)
We are a mobile Veterinary Nursing company that services all of the Simcoe County area.
No, prescription medications will need to be prescribed from your regular veterinarian.
Depending on what treatment or appointment your regular veterinarian has requested we may be able to work as an extension to them in order to complete it in the comfort of your pet’s own home. Please have yourself or your regular vet reach out to us directly to discuss at 705-242-5402 or email@example.com
Most likely yes, we work as an extension to dozens of regular veterinarians in the Simcoe County Region. If it is a veterinary practice we have not directly worked with before we have no problem reaching out and collaborating with them now on your behalf. Contact us to arrange this at 705-242-5402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This depends on many factors including species, age, and the metabolism of your pet. A good rule of thumb is every 4 weeks for dogs and every 6 weeks for cats and pocket pets. If your pet’s nails are overgrown we recommend doing a nail trim every 2-3 weeks until the quick recedes to an acceptable length.
We currently do not offer grooming services such as baths, blow dries or hair cuts.
Thank you for your referral! Please contact us at 705-242-5402 or email@example.com with the nature of the request and we will reach out to your client directly to schedule the appointment. Alternatively you may ask your client to reach out to us directly to schedule an appointment – we will always confirm client appointment requests with your practice directly. After all medical visits your practice will receive (via email) a detailed report with all appointment notes.