Highland House Calls
Required Safety Protocols:
Clients should wear a mask during your visit. We wear one to protect you. Please wear one to protect our doctor, staff and comprimised clients.
All cats must be in a carrier and all dogs on a leash.
We are not entering homes and clients are not to enter the van.
We do require ALL cats and dogs have a current rabies vaccination.
We will be closed June 1-16.
Reminder: When roads are snowy and icy we will not be on the road.
New client waitlist: Please fill out the new client form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When your pet looks at you they see a hero. Let us help you care for them.
New Client Form
If you are new to our clinic or want to get on our waitlist please download the form below, fill out and email to email@example.com.
Helpful Hints For Your Visit
Please have your dog on a leash. This makes the visit much smoother. Do not use a flexi-leash. Despite the nice idea, many injuries are due to flexi-leashes.
Cats are notorious for hiding! Please have your cat rounded up and in a carrier for a less stressful visit. We cannot be responsible for catching your pet.
Please note: We require rabies vaccination for all dogs and cats. Rabies is always around in Flagstaff and even if your pet is only indoors exposure is possible. Should your pet bite someone, including us, and they are not vaccinated there is a risk of euthanization.