Visiting Vet

PO Box 3099
Prescott, AZ 86302

(928)778-7657

www.drferensvisitingvet.com

**COVID-19 UPDATE**

We are doing house calls again! We are only seeing pets out of doors for the time being, please call for details, thank you!


Visiting Vet welcomes you to our website!


Welcome to Visiting Vet. We are a house call practice providing comprehensive healthcare services to pets in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, and the surrounding areas. 

Visiting Vet provides mobile veterinary care for cats and dogs in the comfort and security of their own homes.

Veterinary house calls are an ideal alternative for busy professionals, retirees, homes with multiple pets, owners or pets with limited mobility, pets who are too anxious or elderly for trips to a veterinary hospital, and for owners and pets who enjoy our personalized attention.

At Visiting Vet we are committed to providing quality care at every stage of your pet's life. From routine preventive care for your pets to early detection and treatment of a wide range of conditions and diseases, we have the expertise to provide the care your pet needs at every stage of life.

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal practice and the services we provide for companion animals in Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey, Mayer and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (928)778-7657 for all your pet health care needs.

 

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Visiting Vet
House Calls for Pets
928-778-7657

PO Box 3099
Prescott, AZ 86302

visitingvet@msn.com


HOURS

Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri

9 am

5 pm

 

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