Paws & Claws Frequently Asked Questions
At Paws & Claws Mobile Veterinary Services, we get a ton of interesting questions from pet parents. Below are some common FAQs that might help answer any questions or concerns.
What to expect at Paws & Claws Mobile Veterinary Services?
Dr. Carithers brings the pet hospital to you!! Paws&Claws is a full-service veterinary clinic on wheels. We can perform most services done at a traditional clinic from puppy/kitten vaccines, spays and neuters, dental cleaning, preventative care, sick and wellness visits, end of life care providing compassionate in-home euthanasia. We are however not set up to see emergencies and do not have X-rays on our mobile unit. If your pet is in need of X-rays or ultrasound or will need hospitalization we will recommend a nearby traditional clinic for your pet.
Whether you have a concern about your 8-week old puppy or your aging senior cat give us a call to make an appointment for us to visit. Appointments are available Monday- Friday from 10 am until about 4:30 depending on your location. We will give you a call with an exact time of arrival when are on our way to your home. Once Dr. Carithers and her assistant arrives we will ask you to bring your pet out to our fully equipped clinic on wheels for their exam.
Do you offer grooming services?
How should I prepare for my pet’s appointment?
My pet is nearing the end of their life, do you offer in home euthanasia?
We do offer in-home euthanasia when the time comes to say goodbye to your beloved family pet.
How do I set up an appointment?
Do you accept pet insurance?
We accept pet insurance but unlike human insurance, most pet insurance is a reimbursement. You are responsible for payment at the time services are rendered, then you are responsible for filing with the insurance company but we will be happy to fill out any necessary forms.