Complete Out-Patient Care in your Home
NYC VET HOUSE CALLS offers Complete Out-Patient Care in Your Home. Generally speaking, whatever can be done in a hospital exam room can be managed in the comfort of your home.
This includes a complete physical exam: examining the skin, coat and paws, checking the eyes with an ophthalmoscope, the ears with an otoscope, examining the oral cavity and teeth, listening to the heart and lungs with a stethoscope, and palpating the abdomen, muscles and joints.
For wellness visits, we can tailor and administer vaccinations or other preventative strategies, depending on your pet’s lifestyle. Dr Korin is a USDA accredited veterinarian and is therefore capable of providing health certificates for Interstate and International travel.
Microchipping for more complete identification is also available.
In times of illness, our house call practitioner can take blood, urine and feces for analysis, do tests on tissue for cytological evaluation, perform ECGs on the heart, do blood pressure testing, and with the help of a mobile technician perform ultrasounds and echocardiograms for a more complete examination of the patient.
The only things that would require your pet going to the hospital or clinic would be the necessity of an X-ray, the need for anesthetic procedures such as surgery.
Even in those circumstances, Dr. George Korin has established privileges at 3 hospitals in the NYC area, where he can continue caring for your pet in the hospital environment. Not all house call veterinarians can offer the continuity of care provided by NYC VET HOUSE CALLS.
Finally, when your pet has lost his/her will to live, Dr. Korin will help transition your pet from our world by providing caring, compassionate euthanasia services. Complete arrangements can be made for your pet’s body whether it be for cremation or burial.
Benefits of A House Call Service:
Do you find it difficult getting your cat into a carrier to go to the veterinary office?
When you reach the door of the veterinary clinic, does your dog try to pull you and run for the exit?
Is it difficult for you to find time in your busy schedule to bring your pet to the vet?
Can you manage to bring your three cats to the veterinary hospital for their annual appointments?
Do your pet's seem very scared and anxious in the veterinary waiting or exam rooms?