Daniel E. Grayson, DVM
About theHomeVet.com

While we appreciate that many of your petís problems are best handled at a hospital, there are a number of situations where house calls can be a useful adjunct to in-hospital care. These may include:

  • Checking on the progress of geriatric or infirm pets
  • Patients that are overly stressed when at the hospital
  • Patients that are impractical to transport
  • When visits are necessarily frequent:
    • Arthritis and mobility treatments
    • Chemotherapy protocols
    • Rehabilitation therapy
  •  Behavioral evaluations.

Our emphasis will always be on maintaining the best quality-of-life possible for your pet. The real value in this house-call service derives from a perspective gained during many years of experience, and honest, effective communication with you, the client.

We won't try to market products or procedures of dubious efficacy, and all treatments will be evaluated with your input and observations considered.

Optimum care can be achieved when the client and veterinarian work together as a team.

Featured Photo

mixed Patterdales

such intense expressions!


This is Mozembe, turning twenty this week .... and finally showing age.  He appears about fifteen now; until 2010, he still looked like a two-year old!

New favorite

Mattie always takes a toy with her when going out for a walk.  Frequently, she grabs one in a way that partially obscures her vision, but she never seems to mind....

Queeny and Brandy

Queeny and Brandy are sisters adopted a few years ago, and are now neighborhood fixtures!


this is Rusty, a young pup of the Havanese breed, which is becoming increasingly popular in the area.