Once you’ve booked an appointment, we ask that you read the following pre-visit checklist. It will ensure that our visit to your residence is as smooth as possible.
Nobody likes paperwork, but filling out these forms before your appointment will help us learn about you and your pet, speed up the registration process, and prevent any unecessary delays. These forms will also help us to identify any potential medical concerns beforehand.
Locate records with vaccination dates or laboratory results for your cat, or have the records faxed or emailed from the previous veterinary clinic ahead of time. Faxes can be sent to 587-332-6818 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choose a place or room in your home where you’d like to have your cat examined. Place your cat in the enclosed area you have chosen at least 1 hour prior to our scheduled visit. In addition to giving your kitty time to adjust to the surroundings, this prevents them from using the litter-box or eating just before we start our visit, which can be important if diagnostic samples (urine) need to be taken. Consider enclosed spaces that are easily cleaned and offer few places for your pet to hide – a kitty we can’t find is a kitty we can’t examine! Bathrooms are often suitable for this purpose, but any room with limited hiding spaces where your cat is comfortable will do.
If the reason for a visit is to assess behavioral conditions, please try to catch the inappropriate behaviors on video before the house call appointment. By viewing these videos, the doctor is often able to make a diagnosis and determine the appropriate behavioral treatment plan. Understanding a cat’s home environment is crucial to solving many behavior problems.
We accept cash, personal cheques and email money transfers. We will accept Visa and MasterCard in the near future. Full payment for all items and services is required at the time services are rendered. Post-dated checks are not accepted, and returned checks will be charged a $30 service fee with 1.5% monthly interest. For email money transfers, send funds to email@example.com.
If you are unable to keep your appointment on time, please call us ahead and notify us as soon as you can. We understand that emergencies are part of everyday life. Appointments cancelled within 24 hours are subject to 100% charge of the house call fee.
If you have any questions or concerns about your appointment or our services, don’t hesitate to contact us.
It meant a lot that we were able to be at home with Squeek and that we didn’t have to put her through another traumatic clinic trip and cause her further distress. We’re also very grateful that we were able to go through the process with you as we value your opinion and we trust you.
This man is the CAT WHISPERER! If you can’t figure out what is wrong with your cat, and other vets have failed, Dr. P will figure it out.
Due to unforeseen family matters I will be out of the office from April 17 till May 6, 2019.
If you are in need of any medication, supplies or food before April 17, please notify me as soon as possible so I could arrange your order.
Should you have any questions or concerns during this time, you may call me at 403-607-8321 or send me an email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that my internet or phone availability may not be always perfect. I will do my best to check on messages either by phone or emails at each opportunity I will have.
I will return any non-emergency messages or phone calls within 48 hours after my return. If you may experience any emergency with your pet please contact Canyon Meadows Veterinary clinic (403-251-6926) or any veterinary emergency facility in your area.
Sincerely, Dr. Stephan Porostocky