Dr. Lisa Hahn
House Call Practice For Pets

386-789-1440   or   407-321-2181
Volusia                                        Seminole
Dr Hahn
 
Does my dog need to be on heart worm preventative all year long?
Does my indoor cat need to be on  heart worm preventative?
We have quite a few animals in our home, do you offer any kind of multi-animal discount?
Are you a real vet?
Is chocolate really that bad bad for my dog?
My cat is not feeling well, can I give him / her an Aspirin® or Tylenol®?
Does my dog need to be on heart worm preventative all year long?

Answer: Yes, basically animals need to be protected up to 1 month after mosquito season. Since our weather in Florida is warm and humid it is almost always mosquito season, even in the winter.
Note: If you have never gave or have stopped giving heart worm preventative Do Not start giving it to your animals with out consulting a veterinarian. Testing will be required and not doing so will put your animals life in jeopardy.
We have quite a few animals in our home, do you offer any kind of multi-animal discount?

Answer: Yes, see our coupon for our special on multi-animal discounts.
Does my indoor cat need to be on  heart worm preventative?

Answer: Yes, feline heart worms are carried by a type of mosquito that likes to hang out around the outside of structures. This leads to easy infiltration of the mosquito into the structure by various means.  All that is needed is one infected mosquito and you can have an infected cat. Remember there is no treatment for feline heart worms, so please keep your cats on heart worm preventative all year long.
My cat is not feeling well, can I give him / her an Aspirin® or Tylenol®?

Answer: NO, NEVER give your animals Tylenol®, Aspirin® or any other medicine whether over the counter or not unless directed by your veterinarian. Some medications act as a poison to your animal and can be fatal. Much different then the intended result.
Is chocolate really that bad bad for my dog?

Answer: Yes, never give any of your pets chocolate, raisins, grapes, onions, or macadamia nuts. This includes also any foods that may contain them, even if cooked.
Are you a real vet?

Answer: Yes, our Doctor at House Call Practice For pets is Dr. Hahn. She graduated from the University of Florida College of veterinary medicine with a Doctorate of Veterinarian Medicine and is state licensed.. A real Doctor will be coming to your house to see your pet, not a vet tech.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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