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Covid-19 protocol: Thank you for visiting our site. Dr. Brown and her assistant Jim have been diligently providing veterinary care as essential workers throughout the pandemic. In order to continue to provide the safest care possible for our clients, patients and families, we kindly ask that everyone continue to adhere to recommended guidelines and Dr. Brown's small business safety protocols. Masks continue to be required for all appointments. Please reschedule if anyone in the household is sick, tested positive, under quarantine, etc. Dr. Brown reserves the right to refuse services if warranted, in which case a cancellation/travel fee charge will apply. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation and for choosing us for your pet care needs.
Brown Veterinary Housecall Services PLLC performs euthanasia only on patients suffering from a poor quality of life and unmanagable disease. Dr. Brown reserves the right to deny euthanasia at her discretion. Convenience euthanasias will not be performed (i.e. kids are returning to school, I do not want pet any longer, it was my parents pet, its old, etc)
On-line Pharmacy Policy
Due to the high number of fraudulent pharmacies online it is our policy not to fax prescriptions. Your pets medication may be obtained by a carefully selected service offering convenient home delivery and competitive prices. Alternatively you may request a written script to take to a local pharmacy of your choice. It is our goal to make sure your pet gets the best care possible and that includes high quality medication from reputable sources. Thank you for your understanding.
Compounding Pharmacy Policy
Drug compounding is a service that is available if a medication is not available in the correct strength or formulation for your pet (i.e. a smaller size or liquid, etc). If a FDA approved drug is available in the proper strength and formulation there is no legitimate reason to have it compounded. Although some compounded drugs may be less expensive, they are not guaranteed to be as effective.