Over Home Vet Eindhoven
Home Vet Eindhoven is a mobile veterinary clinic that comes to the comfort of your own home to provide veterinary care for your pets. The majority of conditions and services that you would normally access at a vet clinic can be done in your own home.
We are specialized preventive medicine of companion animals: cats, dogs, rabbits, and ferrets. We understand how stressful can be transporting your pet to a clinic, so we want to remove that worry by coming to you.
Home Vet Eindhoven is driven by 4 main values:
All our services are performed at your home respecting your pet's environment. You won't have to worry about chasing and squeezing your pet into its carrier or having it stressed out in a waiting room full of dogs. We simply come to you!
Prevention before cure:
Did you know that more than half of the veterinary interventions and costs could be avoided with a good preventive care program? Home Vet Eindhoven helps you to provide better care to your pets preventing undesirable diseases and keeping them healthy.
We speak English, Spanish, and French. You can choose in which language you would like us to communicate with you while providing the care your pet needs.
Out of office hours:
We know how difficult it can be to find a clinic that is open outside business hours. That's why all of our services are offered outside office hours without extra charge.
We bring the vet to your home
Home Vet Eindhoven in het kort
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In het weekend geopendJa
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Doctor in Veterinary Medicine 2010
PhD in Veterinary Medicine 2015
I am a veterinarian specialized in preventive care with a strong affinity for feline medicine. In the last years I noticed a growing demand for home visits that most practices were unable to meet. I decided to focus our core goal on preventive medicine and stress-free home consultations; this is how Home Vet Eindhoven was born! I qualified as Veterinary Surgeon from the University CEU of Valencia in 2010 and later on I obtained my PhD degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2015. I have spent the last years working on animal health research, with a special emphasis on feline medicine.