Vet 2 Door Price List - 2022



Examination and Common Testing:


  • New Patient Onboarding House Call/Examination Fee (with reserved parking) - $250

  • New Patient Onboarding House Call/Examination Fee (without reserved parking) - $300

  • 1 Hour House Call/Examination Fee (with reserved parking) - $200

  • 1 Hour House Call/Examination Fee (without reserved parking) - $250**

  • Vaccinations: $25 Each

  • Heartworm Test: $38 Each

  • Fecal Examination to look for Parasites: $35 Each

  • Routine Bloodwork (CBC/Chemistry/Thyroid): $150 - $200

  • Urine Test to look for infection/crystals: $50

  • Urine Test via Ultrasound Guided Technique: $75 (this also checks for stones)

  • In Home Euthanasia for Current Patient: $250

  • In Home Euthanasia for Non-Patient: $350 (If the veterinarian feels that intervention could help the pet maintain a good quality life for a time, the vet will be unable to perform this service and a total refund will be issued or treatment options will be presented. Also we do not, for any reason, perform behavior euthanasia on a non-patient i.e. euthanasia of a young animal with behavioral problems that we have not had the chance to discuss and treat during a house call assessment.


Heartworm Prevention:

  • I carry Iverhart Plus at all times: $35-$50 for a 6 month supply.


Flea/Tick Prevention:

  • Dogs - I carry Seresto Collars: $62 each - lasts 8 months.

  • Cats - I carry Cheristin: $75 for 6 month supply.



** Reserved parking means that there is a space in front of your home, which I can use to park my vehicle. This space does not have to be officially reserved, but it must be close to the front door of your home and open/available upon my arrival so that I don't have to take up any extra time looking for an open parking space that is close.


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