Joint problems plague dogs just as commonly as they do humans. That's why orthopedic care can improve your beloved friend's quality of life. At River Valley House Call Vet, we strive to help pets ...View Article
the River Valley House Call Vet
"Keeping Pets Happy and Healthy at Home"
Serving Hadley, Sunderland, South Deerfield, Hatfield, Amherst,
Belchertown, Easthampton, Northampton, Florence, Leeds
and Further Points by Appointment
Dr Allen has many years experience working in Hadley, delivering high quality veterinary services and compassionate care to 1,000s of pets and pleased pet owners from all over the Pioneer River Valley. (Just ask a friend or neighbor!) She continues to practice wellness and preventive medicine with a gentle loving touch and old fashioned less is best approach to promote the health and happiness of her patients.
Dr Allen started the House Call practice just over a year ago. The response has been favorable and people are truly grateful for the level of service Dr Allen is able to provide for their pets, in their own homes! Some folks are very happy to have Dr Allen continue to care for their pets, and new pets too! Others are making vet visits easier with their busy schedules or are new to the area and were pleased with House Call Vets previously. Some folks are referred for a House Call by other veterinarians. For too many people it can be a chore, a challenge, or simply not an option due to difficulties or disabilities to get their pets to a vet. Veterinary House Calls (formerly farm calls) are making a come back, a growing trend across the country. Those who have heard the good news and made the call have been pleased. Read her reviews in Petsimonials.
While some pets truly enjoy going to the vet, others would disagree. It's simple. Pets prefer a House Call Vet!! Pets and people are more relaxed at home without the crates or leashes, rides in the car, waiting room experiences or time spent watching the time go by. There are instead, opportunities gained, including learning greater detail about your pet's lifestyle, interactions with other pets & people, activity level or limitations, diet, and the list goes on...
House Calls are much more than convenient. 100% of your time is spent with the vet, who devotes more time to you and your pet(s). Dr Allen is able to meet the needs of most healthy, sick and injured pets as well as those who's time has nearly come. Urgent needs can often be met same day. Dr Allen works closely with many local veterinary hospitals, referring young patients for spaying and neutering, and also accepts cases referred by them for House Calls. Though most pets do not require additional surgery later in life, there may be a time an advanced procedure, dentistry or critical care is needed. Dr Allen refers these patients to local or regional hospitals that best meet the needs of individuals and remains in close contact with pet owners and doctors. Read more about her services, in About House Calls.
The River Valley House Call Vet is available to come to you, to help with the care of puppies & kittens, litters, newly adopted pets, healthy adults and those who may be sick, injured or very old and tired. Time does go by quickly and our animals age even faster than we do. Thankfully, Dr Allen delivers sound advice in keeping pets happy and healthy throughout their life stages, focusing on prevention at home. She is available to help with any worry. She will listen, work with you, review the things that matter most and all the options. She will do her best to provide support to you along the way.
Call today with any worry or to schedule a House Call
because "There's no place like home!"
call Dr. Amy Allen
the River Valley House Call Vet | 413-584-1629
Hadley, MA 01035
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