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General Info
Welcome to Mile High Mobile Veterinary Service, Denver's most trusted home veterinarian. Mile High Mobile Veterinarian Service has been servicing the entire Denver Metro area and Front Range since 1982. Dr. Peter Wolcott DVM will come to your home to do any required check-ups or immediate treatments required. Dr. Peter Wolcott is an experienced and qualified vet who can help diagnose medical problems, prescribe medicines, and provide other treatments to keep your pet healthy. Dr. Wolcott offers complete non-emergency, non-surgical care for your dog or cat. In addition to medical care, preventative care, and in home euthanasia, we have a special interest in providing palliative care to seriously ill pets or hospice care to pets that are nearing their end of life. We are affordable and offer full service professional. Our service is designed for your convenience and the comfort and best treatment of your pet. Best of all, you'll pay less than you're paying now. For any questions or to make an appointment, call today.
Regular Hours
Mon - Sun:
Pet Services, Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinarians, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinary Specialty Services
Mobile Veterinarian Veterinarian Veterinary Services Pet Services Medical care: illness, infections, etc. * Internal medicine & lab work: blood work, urinalysis * Referrals to specialists in selected fields of study Preventative Care: vaccines, flea control, heartworm, etc. * Complete physical exams Palliative Care and Hospice Care: Senior care, palliative care, in home euthanasia Hospice care (Pawspice) always includes palliative care, but it is focused on terminally ill patients. These pets are no longer receiving treatments to cure their illness and are expected to live for about 2 months or less. Palliative care is medical care that is focused on relief of the pain, stress and other debilitating symptoms of serious illness. Generally, palliative care can be delivered at the same time as treatment that is meant to cure your pet. The goal is to relieve suffering and provide the best possible quality of life for your beloved friend. * Quality of Life assessment * In home euthanasia (cremation available
Washington Virginia Vale, East Denver
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