Chesapeake Veterinary Mobile Services INC welcomes you to our website!
Chesapeake Veterinary Mobile Services INC is a mobile only practice providing in-home specialized veterinary care for dogs and cats in New Castle County, including the communities of Hockessin, Greenville, Newark, Wilmington, Middletown and Townsend. Our mission is to provide a stress-free pet health care environment with superior customer service, ensuring that the needs of the pet, the client and referring veterinarian are met. We are mobile only practice with expertise in a wide variety of areas in small animal veterinary medicine.
At this site, you will find information about our practice philosophy, our services, helpful forms to assist you and an extensive Pet Medical Library for you to search for additional pet health care information.
Thank you for taking the time to read about our veterinary practice and the services we offer. We welcome your comments and suggestions. Please contact us at (302)521-8206 for in home pet care.
Now Hiring - Veterinary Technician
We're excited to announce that we're currently hiring a new veterinary technician to join our team! As a veterinary technician at our clinic, you'll have the opportunity to work with a variety of animals and help provide the highest quality care to our patients. If you're passionate about animal health and have experience working in a veterinary setting, we encourage you to apply.
Technicians are responsible for hospital maintenance, assisting the doctor, laboratory procedures, client communication, medical procedures, pharmacy, operation and maintenance of instruments and equipment, inventory, daily treatment of hospitalized patients, rehabilitation, assisting in the operating room and maintenance of the OSHA and Hazardous Materials programs.
Please mail or drop off your resume to:
Chesapeake Veterinary Mobile Services INC
82 Dasher Avenue,
Bear, DE 19701
Or click here to send us an email
Palliative care is defined as relieving the symptoms of a disease/disorder at any stage of an illness. Working with the family (and referring veterinarian, if needed), we compose a plan for in home care that meets the needs of the pet and the caregiving family. Research shows that palliative care can speed the recovery from an illness, if a cure is possible. Palliative care will also aid in the transition to hospice care, if the diagnosis is considered terminal.
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Pet hospice allows our patients to live in comfort and dignity after a terminal diagnosis is given. Hospice provides a support network for the family as well. Our goal is to set up a treatment plan that supports the patient's and family's needs until the end of the patient's life. Terminal illness and the dying process have a great impact on the entire family, and we help guide the family thru the process. Hospice gives the family meaningful time to say good-bye to their family member and plan for their death. We provide as much or as little support as the family needs to work their way thru the process.
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