Mobile Veterinary Care in Snohomish
With Kraft Mobile Veterinary Services, you don’t have to worry about dealing with an anxious pet at the vet again. That’s because we can come right to you…on wheels. Our mobile unit has all of the medical services you would expect from a regular veterinarian’s office, ranging from diagnostic tests to surgical procedures. It’s also able to handle a wide variety of pets, including dogs, cats, birds, and exotic pets like rabbits, amphibians, ferrets, reptiles, rodents, and much more.
We are ready to handle your family pets with care and compassion while making the entire veterinary experience as convenient as possible. Along with home visits, we also have many meeting locations for those who rather come to us. For excellent veterinary care, call or email Kraft Mobile Veterinary Services.
About Our Veterinary Team in Snohomish
Dr. Kraft graduated from Washington State University in 1978 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Since then, he’s been practicing in the Snohomish and King County areas. As a mobile veterinarian in Snohomish, Dr. Kraft loves many animals and is a member of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners with a specialty in birds. One of the many reasons he likes providing veterinary services at people’s homes is that it’s less stressful on pets and owners.
Kerri has been working for Dr. Kraft since 1993. She loves being able to care for pets right in their home, and have a personal relationship with them and their owners. Kerri also enjoys being able to see and care for the many different kinds of animals.
Our Veterinary Services
At Kraft Mobile Veterinary Services, our veterinarian in Snohomish provide the following services for pets:
- Preventive pet wellness exams, including vaccinations
- Medical diagnostics for pets, through blood tests and X-rays
- Pet dental care
- Pet surgery, including spaying and neutering
- Health certificates for international travel
- Pet euthanasia
- Wellness exams and discussions about housing and environment for birds
- Veterinary care and discussions about diet, bedding, and environment for chickens