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Dedicated, full-service care for your pets is guaranteed.

We are committed to providing quality and convenient care for your four-legged family member. Therefore, we offer pet medspa and rehab services to ensure that your pet is well cared for when it needs pampering and continued care following an injury or medical treatment.

Bringing our services to your home was the idea of owner Robyn Smith, who realizes that the biggest challenge to getting your pet continued care is travel. Vehicle interiors are often the last place one wants a pet, and many people don’t have proper carriers. Follow up visits for prolonged pet injuries and ailments become a big chore.

Your pet can now get care from the comfort of your own home.

What does this mean? It means an experienced veterinary technician will visit your home along with a team of pet care professionals. We will attend to medical dressings and administer medications, but we will also bathe your pet and administer therapeutic services. Our mobile clinic has safe transportation methods for your pet, so if necessary we will transport your pet to the veterinarian for you!

Services we offer:

  • Dressing change
  • Oral, intravenous, and rectal medication administration
  • Massage
  • Oral care
  • Bath services
  • Transportation
  • Grooming
  • Do you have a unique need for your pet? Ask us! We are open to expanding our services to meet your needs!

We are a small animal service provider and do not provide services for animals over 100 pounds. We do provide services for reptiles, birds, and amphibians. Limited equine services can be provided on a case-by-case basis.

Your pet’s continued care does not have to mean repeated visits to the veterinary clinic or care that is cut short because of travel woes. We will come to you! Your pet means the world to us, and we will treat it as if it is our own.

Why choose us?

A survey of ten veterinary clinics in the Lafayette region revealed large discrepancies in pet care when travel was a barrier. Travel was not only a barrier due to logistics, it was also a barrier to care because of the stress imposed on the pet during travel. In many cases, animals that were not accustomed to travel were injured while being forced into vehicles or carriers.

We don’t want to see the stress of animal care negatively impacting health outcomes or causing additional stress for pet owners. If you have questions about whether or not your animal would qualify for our services, please contact us at this link.