New veterinarian service brings vets to pets
Detroit—October 6, 2016—PetCalls will officially open on October 20 with headquarters at 1514 Washington Boulevard in downtown Detroit. Owned and operated by CEO Kimberly Jackson, the service allows pet owners to call or go online and request a veterinarian to visit their animal in the comforts of their home.
“We take the stress out of veterinarian visits by bringing the vet to the pet,” said Jackson.
House calls start at $59. PetCalls sees dogs, cats, horses, lizards, snakes and more and services the entire metropolitan Detroit area. Services that can be done at home include digital X-ray, ultrasound, K-laser, lab tests, vaccinations and other treatments.
Jackson spent the last 16 years as CEO of an Oakland Country physician referral service. She is now happily moving from people to puppies.
“We’re launching in Detroit but I see this service spreading rapidly across the country,” added Jackson. “Our medical professionals are all animal lovers who want to help their patients in an environment where they are most comfortable, home.”
Two key target audiences for this service are senior citizens and millennials who often don’t have automobiles.
PetCalls currently has three vets and a veterinary technician on staff. As the volume increases, Jackson will be bringing more medical staff on board. The Detroit headquarters includes a laboratory for tests.
For more information, visit PetCall’s website at petcalls.co or telephone 313-788-7387.
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