Mobile Vet Saskatoon
Prairie Pet Mobile Vet
Mobile Vet Services Saskatoon
Vaccinations – We follow a 3 year vaccine protocol for rabies and the canine/feline combination vaccines. The canine kennel cough (bordetella), lyme, and feline leukemia vaccines are given yearly.
Microchipping – Microchips are an added security for identifying your pet. If your cat or dog was to wander off, a microchip will help to reunite you with your furry friend.
Deworming – Protocols vary depending on the age and lifestyle of your pet.
Nutritional Consults – Choosing a diet can be overwhelming given the number of options available. We can help you understand the difference between certain diets and help you make the right choice.
Nail trims and Anal gland expression – These simple procedures are often stressful for the pet. This stress can be reduced if they are in the comfort of their home.
Diagnostic Exams – Blood and urine can be collected in a home setting. The majority of these samples will be sent to the lab at the veterinary college. Other diagnostics can be performed on-site such as ear swabs, skin scrapings, and fine needle aspirates of lumps.
Health Certificates – If you plan on travelling we can provide a health certificate.
Senior wellness profiles – Exams and labwork are an essential part of preventive medicine, especially in our senior pets. Making an early diagnosis aids in treatment/management.
Palliative care – For many senior patients mobility is compromised. A home visit can really help these patients. Pain managment is a high priority to ensure quality of life.
Euthanasia and cremation services – Making that final decision is never easy. We can help you decide if the time is right for euthanasia. A comfortable home environment is a preferred way to say goodbye to a beloved member of the family. We use Family Pet for our cremation services.
This mobile practice is not equipped for emergencies. If you have an emergency, please contact the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at 306-966-7126
Patients requiring radiographs, hospitalization or surgery involving general anesthesia will be referred to another clinic.
Dr. Stacey Lemieux graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She spent 8 years working in a busy walk-in practice in Regina. In 2010 she moved to Saskatoon with her husband and 2 daughters.
After 5 years in small animal practices in Saskatoon, Dr Lemieux saw an opportunity to bring veterinary care into your home. Many patients are stressed after the car ride to the clinic or owners struggle to bring in multiple pets. She decided to start a house call practice allowing her to spend more quality with her clients and their pets.
Away from work her 2 daughters keep her busy. In addition she has a senior diabetic cat, a lovable lab mix and an active boxer mix. Dr Lemieux is a compassionate individual who wants to provide the best care for your pets. She looks forward to meeting you and your furry friends.
If you have an emergency, please contact the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at 306-966-7126