As a pet owner in Michigan, you have access to telehealth veterinary visits from Dr. Croom Mobile Veterinary Service without the need for a home visit. This means that anywhere in Michigan, you can make a virtual appointment with Dr. Croom and receive a prescription if needed. No need for a home visit is a major benefit that not every state has access to.
Pet owners living in rural areas of Michigan often face challenges when it comes to accessing veterinary care due to limited availability or distance from clinics. However, with Dr. Croom’s mobile service, they now have an easy way to get their pets checked by a licensed veterinarian without leaving their homes. The virtual-only veterinary visits are convenient, cost-effective, and save time and effort for both pet owners and veterinarians alike.
Dr. Croom offers a range of services including checkups, vaccines, diagnostics, and even prescriptions through her telehealth platform. Pet owners simply need to schedule an appointment online, provide some basic information about their pet, and connect with Dr. Croom via video call. During the consultation, Dr. Croom will examine your pet remotely using advanced imaging technology and discuss any concerns or recommendations based on the findings. If necessary, she can also issue a prescription which will be sent directly to your preferred pharmacy.
Telehealth veterinary visits offer several benefits such as reduced stress for pets, increased convenience for pet owners, improved accessibility, and lower costs compared to traditional office visits. Additionally, these virtual appointments allow pet owners to ask questions and receive personalized advice from experienced veterinarians who understand their unique needs.
To schedule a virtual veterinary visit with Dr. Croom Mobile Service, simply go to her website and click on “Schedule Now”. You will then be prompted to create an account and select the appropriate package based on your pet’s needs. Once you have completed the registration process, you can choose a date and time that works best for you and your pet. Remember to have your pet ready at least 15 minutes before the scheduled appointment so that Dr. Croom can conduct a thorough examination and answer all your queries.