Only one house call fee is charged per trip to your house (eg, if you had 3 pets scheduled in the same time block, only 1 house call fee would be charged).
No house call fee is charged if 6 or more pets are scheduled in the same time block at one location! The pets can all be from one household or they can all have different owners that are meeting at one house.
Listed below are frequently encountered fees. This is not a comprehensive list of services and fees.
PHYSICAL EXAMINATION >
Head to tail physical examinations are required for appointments, including vaccine appointments, unless otherwise indicated.
EMERGENCY STABILIZATION >
Includes physical examination, IV catheter, emergency drugs and fluids, stat monitoring and diagnostics. MORE INFO
*Fee does not include any additional testing or treatments.
$8 per mile
MEDICAL TRANSPORT >
We provide safe transport of your pet to an emergency hospital for 24-hour care.
When your pet is ready for discharge from a veterinary hospital, you can schedule an appointment for AVA to transport your pet home.
$7 per mile
Includes physical examination, sedation, IV catheter placement, and a peaceful humane euthanasia at home.
We offer cremation and paw print services through Lasting Paws (fees vary based on weight and type of cremation service).
Rabies is a core vaccination required by law for dogs and is strongly recommended for cats. Vaccination of dogs and cats helps prevent this fatal neurologic disease from being transmitted to humans. There is no treatment or cure for rabies virus infection.
Distemper virus, Viral hepatitis, Parainfluenza virus, and Parvovirus are debilitating and can cause death. Nearly every dog will be exposed during its lifetime, making vaccination a must. Parvo is a highly contagious and life-threatening viral infection that results in bloody diarrhea, vomiting, and dehydration.
LEPTOSPIROSIS VACCINE >
Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease (transmissible to humans) that can cause kidney and liver failure in the animals it infects. The bacteria are transmitted through the skin from infected urine from animals that can live both in the city and the countryside.
COMBINATION DA2PP & LEPTOSPIROSIS VACCINE >
Includes Distemper virus, Viral hepatitis, Parainfluenza virus, Parvovirus, and Leptospirosis vaccines.
COMBINATION DA2PP & LEPTOSPIROSIS VACCINE
BORDETELLA VACCINE >
A vaccination to prevent pneumonia caused by the Bordetella bacterium, one of the common causes of “Kennel Cough” (rhinotracheitis). This vaccine is important for dogs that are kenneled, groomed, shown, that go to dog parks, and are often around other dogs.
CANINE INFLUENZA VACCINE >
This vaccine protects against both highly contagious canine influenza viruses (H3N2 and H3N8). These viruses cause respiratory tract infection in dogs that can lead to severe lung disease and death. This vaccine is important for dogs that are kenneled, groomed, shown, that go to dog parks, and are often around other dogs.
Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis (feline herpesvirus-1), Calici Virus, and Panleukopenia are all highly contagious respiratory viruses of cats that can be life-threatening. Nearly every cat will be exposed to one or more of these viruses in its lifetime, making vaccination a must.
FELV VACCINE >
Feline Leukemia Virus causes a severely depressed immune system so the cat’s body can’t fight diseases and ultimately dies from infection. Testing for FeLV must be performed prior to vaccination as this disease can be transmitted from the mother cat to her kittens, or the virus can be dormant for years before showing signs of infection.