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Pilchuck veterinary hospital in Snohomish, Wash. to begin offering house calls

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If you're looking for in-home veterinary care, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in Snohomish, Wash. will now be offering house calls in addition to new Sunday appointments.

On Tuesday, March 12, Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital announced that they're introducing veterinary house calls for dogs and cats. In addition, the practice will now be scheduling Sunday small-animal appointments at the hospital, for seven-day-a-week coverage.

The hospital is offering these expanded options for appointments to increase client convenience.

Dini McGregor, DVM, a small-animal veterinarian at Pilchuck, sees the house call patients (via the Pilchuck ambulance) and the Sunday scheduled appointments.

The hospital notes that house call appointments are an excellent option for pets who do not like to leave their home and for people who have a difficult time transporting their pets to the veterinary hospital.

House call appointments with Dr. McGregor
-Available Tuesdays and Thursdays
-For routine wellness care and diagnostics

Sunday appointments with Dr. McGregor
-Available 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.

24/7 emergency care available, as always (no appointment needed)

For more information and appointments, please call (360) 568 3113.

About Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital
Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital was founded in 1963, and for more than five decades, they have been providing exemplary veterinary care. From newborn kittens to elderly horses, Pilchuck Hospital’s experienced veterinarians and nursing team provide compassionate and innovative care that is tailored to each animal’s needs. A large mixed-animal practice offers 24/7 emergency care. Pilchuck sees dogs and cats, equine patients, and small ruminants and camelids.

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