Contact -  Dr. Bennett's Veterinary House Calls  -  In-Home Pet Euthanasia , Wellness, General Veterinary Services

1) When calling to schedule an appointment, make sure to communicate the number of pets and their problems and needs to the receptionist. Inform the doctor/staff of any aggressive, fractious, or fearful pets.

2) If possible do not have your pet greet us at the door when we arrive. We are usually carrying a lot of equipment and cannot greet the pet properly. If the pet sees all the equipment being brought in and knows the attention is being channeled towards them it could make them a little jumpy.

3) Please have distractions to a minimum including, television/music, and other pets. Children are encouraged to learn while the pet is being examined but a safe distance is required. Children/adults that are at risk of getting hurt or causing a mistake to take place will be asked to exit the room (every effort will be made to avoid this).

4) If your animal is at risk of escape, please make arrangements to avoid this. Dr. Bennett and his staff do not take responsibility for escaped pets and will not have the time or resources to help catch them. Pets that will run should be examined as far away from the exits as possible with as many closed doors as possible between them and the exit.

5) Please try to have a well-lit place for Dr. Bennett to examine your pet and to complete any procedures. For cats and small dogs cleared off countertops or a table is appreciated. For large dogs, a cleared spot on the floor will suffice. For outside dogs please provide a covered area if it is raining. Please make sure the area can withstand spills and excrement in case there is an accident.

Territory of Service

Dr. Bennett's Mobile Veterinary service delivers quality veterinary care on a house call or mobile basis throughout Contra Costa County and Alameda County. We perform in-home pet euthanasia and also provide outpatient medical services and wellness. Because of our central location on the Contra Costa and Alameda county border near El Sobrante we can perform vet house calls to most of the East Bay Area.  Dr. Bennett raised in the Walnut Creek and the Concord area thus most of our clients live in the Walnut Creek and Berkeley corridor which includes towns like Orinda and Lafayette, Alamo and Pleasant Hill. As displayed on Google Places we will travel out in a radius of twenty miles from Walnut Creek. This includes towns like Hercules, Pinole, El Sobrante, and Vallejo in West Contra Costa County extending to Pitsburg in Eastern Contra Costa County. We cover the northwestern part of Alameda County which includes Oakland to El Cerrito and Albany. 


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