What does a house call entail?
During a house call appointment, Dr. Berger provides a complete physical examination of your pet. Be it a routine preventative assessment, an emergency evaluation, or a second opinion, Dr. Berger will carefully and thoroughly examine your pet to make the most appropriate recommendations possible.
How do I know if Mobile Pet Vet, Inc. can come to my home?
Our current service areas are based on where MPV holds a business and sales tax license. Please call our office to inquire.
Is Mobile Pet Vet, Inc. available for emergency house calls?
During business hours: Due to the nature of a mobile practice, MPV is not an emergency service as we may be with another patient or in a different area of town when an emergency arises. We will, however, work hard to get to you as soon as our schedule allows. If your pet is unstable, we cannot be reached or come to you in a timely fashion, please seek alternative veterinary care immediately.
After hours: If you are concerned about your pet and it is outside of our normal business hours, MPV urges you to seek veterinary care without delay.
Is Mobile Pet Vet, Inc. available for weekend house calls?
MPV is currently open 5 days a week, Monday-Friday, excluding weekends.
Does Mobile Pet Vet accept pet insurance?
Yes, we do! In fact, all veterinary clinics accept pet insurance! If you would like help choosing a plan, please give us a call or check out this link.
If Mobile Pet Vet, Inc. is not available to come to my home, where can I take my pet?
It is very important to be familiar with veterinary practices in your area, including 24-hour emergency veterinary care facilities.
Emergency Clinic Referral Hospitals in the Denver Metro area:
Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital (VRCC)
3550 S. Jason St.
Englewood, CO 80110
Phone: (303) 874-7387
Alameda East Veterinary Hospital (VCA)
9770 E. Alameda Ave.
Denver, CO 80247
Phone: (720) 800-7532
Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital:
3695 Kipling Street
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Phone: (303) 424-3325