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Compassionate Care Mobile Veterinary Service

Compassionate Care Mobile Veterinary Service Compassionate, personal care... right in your own home. Serving Johnson County, KS. Dr. Chad Geri, D.V.M., is owner of Compassionate Care Mobile Veterinary Service, providing veterinary housecalls throughout the Johnson County area.

Dr. Geri would be happy to come and visit your pet in the convenience and comfort of your own home. He provides a broad range of veterinary services, at a cost comparable to that of a traditional veterinary clinic or hospital.

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If your dog or cat is not currently on heartworm prevention, please strongly consider starting them on it this year. The...
04/16/2019
Overland Park tops list of top 10 heartworm hotspots

If your dog or cat is not currently on heartworm prevention, please strongly consider starting them on it this year. The risk has never been higher.

According to the Companion Animal Parasite Council, Overland Park saw the country's highest percentage increase in cases of heartworm in dogs and cats.

02/02/2019

February is Pet Dental Health Month! While I don't provide dental work as part of my services, many vet clinics this time of year offer specials and discounts on dental cleanings, so if you're concerned about the condition of your pet's oral health, or if it's been a while since you got a routine cleaning done, now may be the time to take care of it!

This story is so tragic and yet preventable. The majority of human deaths from rabies now occur due to exposure to bats ...
01/19/2018
Eustis boy reportedly dies at Orlando hospital after contracting rabies

This story is so tragic and yet preventable. The majority of human deaths from rabies now occur due to exposure to bats which venture into people's homes. Such bats also present a significant rabies risk to pets, and state and federal regulations require treating any exposure of a pet or person to a bat as a potential rabies exposure. So it's very important that even indoor-only pets stay up to date on their rabies vaccination, not only because the law requires it, but because the potential for rabies exposure is just as great as with outdoor pets.

Ryker Roque, 6, contracted rabies after he was scratched by a sick bat at his home, his father told the Today Show.

04/26/2017
Compassionate Care Mobile Veterinary Service / Home Delivery

My recommendation this year for flea and tick prevention for dogs is the Seresto Flea and Tick collar (or Bravecto if a collar isn't a good option for you). For heartworm it's Interceptor Plus, but your dog would need to have a heartworm test done before starting this if he/she hasn't already been on heartworm prevention. For cats, I like Revolution for both fleas and heartworm, though with the bad tick season ahead of us an outdoor cat would be well-served by a Seresto collar as well, which is one of the only safe and effective tick preventives for cats. If you need to purchase any of these preventives, they're available on my online pharmacy below. Enjoy the beautiful weather, but mind those bugs!

http://compassionatecaremobilevetservice.vetsourceweb.com/site/view/site/view/HomeDelivery.pml?retUrl=http://www.compassionatemobilevet.com/

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We are excited to announce that we have just opened our brand new online store. Many things will be staying the same, bu...
03/08/2016
Mobile Veterinarian Serving Johnson County, Kansas City, Housecall Vet Home Visit Clinic...

We are excited to announce that we have just opened our brand new online store. Many things will be staying the same, but the new site has some exciting new features we’re pleased to provide to you:

• The ability to create and manage your own account, along with a dedicated phone number (877-738-4443) that you can call for support if you’re having trouble. You can also call this number to purchase medications by phone if you prefer that to purchasing online

• More competitive pricing, with access to the same specials and instant rebates as other online pharmacies, so you can now get your medications from a reliable source at the best prices.

• An auto-ship option that will automatically ship more medication to you when you need it, so that you never run out. Some monthly products will even have a “Remind Me” shipping option, where each month’s dose arrives on the day it should be given with free shipping, so you will never forget to give your pet their monthly dose again.

• Increased flexibility and ease in placing your order. When Dr. Geri prescribes a product for your pet, you will be sent an e-mail with a link to the site and the prescribed products already added to your cart for ease of purchase. Or if you prefer to search for the products you want yourself, you can purchase them without a prescription, and Dr. Geri can easily review and approve your order.

In the next few days, Dr Geri is going to be sending out an e-mail outlining his recommendations for heartworm, flea and tick prevention this year. In the mean time, feel free to visit the new site, create your account, and begin to become acquainted with it. You can access it by visiting our website at www.compassionatemobilevet.com.

Check out http://compassionatemobilevet.com! Compassionate Care Mobile Veterinary Service. Dr. Chad Geri, DVM, housecall veterinarian in Kansas City, Overland Park, Shawnee, Mission, Lenexa, Olathe, Leawood, Prairie Village, Johnson County.

02/22/2016
Canine Influenza: Pet Owners' Guide

I've been receiving a lot of questions about Canine Influenza. Here is a link to some helpful information from the American Veterinary Medical Association. The newer, more deadly strain of canine influenza (H3N2) was first seen in Chicago early last year, and still has not spread into the Kansas City area. So for now, I don't recommend doing anything. The newer vaccine that protects against it is conditionally licensed, so if we get reports of it in the Kansas City area, I'll be ordering the vaccine. The best thing you can do if we do get an oubreak in the KC area is keep your pet away from other dogs as much as possible, but if you cannot avoid this because of needs for boarding or doggy daycare, then vaccination would be recommended. If you still have questions after reading this and the article from the AVMA, please feel free to call or e-mail me.

https://www.avma.org/public/PetCare/Pages/CanineInfluenza.aspx

Overview of canine influenza (dog flu), including cause, transmission, clinical signs, treatment and prevention.

Here is the latest information on the Canine Influenza outbreak in the Chicago area you've probably been hearing about o...
04/26/2015
Update on Canine Influenza Outbreak - Veterinary Medicine at Illinois

Here is the latest information on the Canine Influenza outbreak in the Chicago area you've probably been hearing about on the news. As with human flu, we do see cases in dogs on an annual basis, but so far this stronger Asian strain has not yet reached Kansas City. While the initial recommendation in the Chicago area was to get dogs vaccinated, it has since been confirmed that this strain of flu is one that the vaccine is probably not effective against, so there unfortunately is no purpose in getting the vaccine as a protective measure. If this strain does reach Kansas City, the best defense will be to keep your dog away from other dogs as much as possible until the virus has run its course. Please also note that, as with human flu, the vast majority of healthy dogs will easily fight off the virus with some good monitoring and supportive care. Feel free to call or e-mail me if you have any concerns or questions regarding this outbreak or canine influenza in general.

http://vetmed.illinois.edu/veterinary-respiratory-expert-explains-kennel-cough-causes/

Illinois dog owners should minimize their dog’s exposure to other dogs, if at all possible. Update, April 21: The College of Veterinary Medicine has postponed the annual spring Dog Wash, a fundraiser of the Omega Tau Sigma veterinary service fraternity originally scheduled for Saturday, in order to…

04/04/2011

Watch Fox 4 KC tonight @ 9pm to see their story on Compassionate Care Mobile Veterinary Service.

04/03/2011

Save a life: Adopt a pet from a humane society or shelter and we'll give them a free initial wellness exam.

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Olathe, KS
66061

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General information

Here are four great reasons to choose a housecall veterinarian: CONVENIENCE. Save time and avoid the headache of transporting your pet to a veterinary clinic, as well as long times spent in the waiting room, by having your animal examined and treated in the comfort of your own home, at a time that’s convenient for you. PERSONALIZED CARE. At many clinics, the veterinarians are busy with multiple patients at the same time, so the time you get to spend with the veterinarian is often limited. With a veterinary housecall you can enjoy relaxed, unrushed time directly with the veterinarian. Dr. Geri will provide your pet with his complete, undivided care and attention for the duration of his visit. REDUCED STRESS. A visit to the vet can be an incredibly stressful, even traumatic, experience for many pets (not to mention their owners). The car ride, strange sights and sounds of the waiting room, and unfamiliar surroundings produce significant anxiety in many animals, which is especially undesirable in animals that already may not be feeling well. It can also cause your pet to mask certain signs and symptoms, making evaluation and diagnosis more difficult. A veterinary housecall provides a comfortable, relaxed environment for your pet, which can result in a more accurate diagnosis and/or more effective treatment. BETTER HEALTH. Avoid the hazard of sitting in a waiting room with your healthy pet next to someone else’s sick animal. By remaining at home and letting the veterinarian come to you, you eliminate the risk of your pet contracting an illness from exposure to a sick animal.

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Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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(913) 948-9348

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Dr. Chad Geri, D.V.M. saw my Rupert recently and I was so impressed with his care and compassion! My dog loved him!