Why choose First Paw mobile vet?
Comprehensive care for your much loved pet. First Paw offers a mobile veterinarian service to customers across inner Melbourne that is convenient and hassle-free. We understand the challenges involved in taking your cat or dog to the vet and want to reduce stress for both pets and their owners.
We have been rated 5 stars not just for our expertise but also for our compassion towards animals and customer service.
How it works
It only takes 2 minutes on average to book an appointment with First Paw mobile vet.
Prepare for your vet's visit
A quiet room or confined area outdoors is ideal for examination, for small dogs a table or bench is very helpful. For anxious cats, please confine them to a carrier cage, the bathroom or an enclosed room where they can’t run and hide. Please allow a half hour window for us to arrive in case of potential traffic/parking delays. Oh and don’t forget to let us know if your pet has any behaviour quirks we should know about, for safety sake 🙂
During the visit
The Vet will always call your given contact number upon arrival to have a friendly chat and take your pet’s history. We will then conduct our house-call vet examination from the comfort of your home or workplace and give our expert treatment & advice. Payment is required at the time of the visit and can be made preferably by debit/credit card or phone tapping.
Receive your receipt and pet’s vaccination certificate by email, any veterinary referrals or pet medication scripts can be organised. Follow ups will be carried out in the subsequent days as indicated, with your pet’s visit history being sent to any regular or referral veterinary clinic if required.
Meet First Paw's head Veterinarian – Dr Laurence
Dr Laurence, owner of First Paw, strongly believes in being open and honest with clients. We are Your First Pawt of Call and believe our role as a vet is to assess your little buddy and then discuss all options with your pet’s wellbeing our number one priority.Learn more about us
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