VIP Vet Visit, we understand that some pet parents have additional questions and concerns about their PetA, which is why you have the option to communicate directly with Dr. Karie by phone or SMS. To provide your pet with the best possible care, we thoroughly review its medical history, actively listen to your concerns and gain a deeper understanding of its health status. Our mobile veterinary services in Homer Glen cover a wide range of pet care, from basic care to advanced veterinary care.
After Dr. Karie has finished her work, she will also accept all questions you need to answer about the health of your dog or cat. It will then answer your questions, give you insights into your behaviour and make recommendations to improve general behavioural care. After your departure, we will provide you with the best possible advice and recommendations for your dogs and cats, which will evolve.
You will also receive a VIP Pet ReportA, which gives you access to teaching materials on the topics that were uncovered in 2 days. Once your pet is stress-free, Dr. Karie will monitor their normal behavior, assess environmental factors and create an individual diet plan for them, calculating the right portion of food and treats and recommending feed types based on their age, lifestyle and health. If your animal diet, weight and food intake comply with the guidelines of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), you will receive free nutritional advice.
In the case of watchdogs, the owner must inform the village of the location where the dog will be stationed, as well as the name and address of any location, and send the owners a statement by registered mail and certified mail, including a full description of an appeal procedure. The village or its authorized representative, or the agent's representative, sends such a notice to all owners of guards and guard dogs in the village of Glen Glen, Illinois. In the event of a breach of this law by a watchdog or watchdog, the keeper shall, upon receipt of such notice, send the keeper the investigation and declaration of determination by registered or certified mail, containing a description and appeal procedure; or, if necessary, a letter of complaint by mail.
Procedures for enforcement of violations of this article shall be initiated and implemented through administrative jurisdiction on violations of the law in accordance with the provisions of the Village Ordinance or by other means provided for by law.
Hearing - impaired, blind, deaf, hearing impaired or deaf - is exempt from tax if the attack or injury to the person occurred during the dog's compulsory exercise as expected. Hearing impairment, blindness, vision or hearing loss of a guide dog or dog guided or assisted by a guide dog and / or guide dog shall not be excluded from an attack, injury or death of a person, provided that this occurred during the performance of the dog's duties as expected.
The owner of a dog that is at large must pay a fine of no more than $1,000 for each attack, injury or death of the person.
Any person who violates this article will be fined no more than $1,000 for each attack, injury or death of a person by a dog.
If a dog is apprehended and seized by an animal control officer, the owner will be notified no less than 14 days or until known, to permanently remove the dangerous dog from the village.
Any birth or offspring of a dangerous dog must be reported within 48 hours of the birth of a offspring. Any escape, incarceration or theft of dangerous dogs must be reported after discovery of escape and / or theft.
Until Dr. Karie starts the examination, your pet should be relaxed and comfortable without feeling any additional pressure or stress. Your pet can skip the frustrating waiting room and stay calm in the comfort of your home without fear of travel. If you experience VIP differences, you can book a 1st special visit at one of our locations.
Dr. Karie and her assistant, who serves as a neighbor, will relax you in your own home without physical contact, such as paw - kicking or biting.
A dog that is at large in the village is considered a violation of this article and can be apprehended. A person restricts a dangerous dog to an outdoor area, unless the dog is locked in a confinement built and maintained according to this article. Dangerous dogs may not be kept in any part of the house or structure that would allow the dogs to leave the building on their own. Any person or animal bitten by a dangerous dog will be informed of the occurrence.
A person does not allow a dangerous dog to move outside the closed structure of the house or any other structure, unless the dog's muzzle is fitted with a muzzle. A person may keep dangerous dogs on a leash as long as there is physical control over the leash. The structure used to lock up a dangerous dog must be locked when the animal is in the structure, and the enclosure, kennel, structure or fence must have a safe side. Any gap or gap in a structure must not allow the dog to escape or put its head in such gaps or spaces. No structure may be confused or confused with any other structure used to confine or imprison the dangerous dog, unless it is locked.