Q: Who can benefit from a veterinary housecall service?

• People with busy schedules
• People with small children at home
• People who work at home
• People with multiple pets
• People with mobility or transportation issues
• Pets who do not travel well
• Pets who become stressed in a hospital setting
• Exotic pets who can be easily stressed

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Q: What can be done at a housecall?

A: Almost everything typically done at an outpatient visit to an animal hospital can be done in your home. We carry a wide array of equipment and supplies to ensure that full services can be provided in the home. For those things that can’t be done in the home we have resources to accommodate.

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Q: Where in my home is the visit conducted?

A: The housecall can take place anywhere you and your pet are comfortable. Keeping nervous cats confined to a small room, such as a bathroom, helps prevent them from hiding under furniture.

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Q: How are appointments scheduled?

A: You can schedule an appointment by calling 608.335.5777, emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or by clicking HERE.

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Q: What are my payment options?

A: We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Cash and checks. Fees are due at the time services are rendered.

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Q: What if my pet needs medications?

A: We carry a full pharmacy and routinely dispense medications at time of service, pick up from office and by mail.

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Q: What if I have an emergency or urgent medical need?

A: To Your Door Veterinary can handle many of your urgent care needs. For non-critical emergencies, feel free to call us as our phone messages are checked frequently during regular business hours Monday through Friday , and we may be able to schedule a same-day appointment if appropriate. In case of a serious emergency that cannot wait, please call 

Veterinary Emergency Services  -They have two locations.

Middleton - 1612 N. High Point Rd. Suite 100, Middleton, WI 53562

East - 4902 East Broadway Madison WI 53716

After your pet has been treated at one of these hospitals, please let us know so we can coordinate this treatment with your pet’s ongoing care.

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Q: Is a housecall service expensive?

A: Generally speaking, fees for veterinary services are similar to those at other hospitals. In addition, a standard housecall fee is charged to cover the costs associated with the additional time and transportation expenses unique to a housecall service. However, you and your pet receive more personalized care because the veterinarian spends more time with you than at a typical hospital appointment. The housecall fee is only charged once per visit regardless of how many pets are seen.

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Q: How are surgeries, dentals, radiographs, and more specialized care provided?

A: On occasion your pet may need surgery, dental care, or radiographs. Unlike many house-call practices that would refer your pet to another veterinarian, Dr. Bryant provides this care herself at a partner clinic. However, in the event your pet needs to see a specialist, Dr. Bryant will coordinate your pet's care. She will stay in contact with the specialist and monitor the case to ensure you continue to receive the same high level of personal attention that you can always count on from Dr. Bryant.

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