This on-demand vet service is a great alternative for New York City pet owners
Aside from the struggle of finding a pet-friendly apartment to rent, there's the challenge of hauling food and litter home with no car. But the real test comes when I need to take one (or both) of my cats to the vet. Between getting them into a cat carrier, hailing a cab, possibly being rejected from said cab because of my animal accessories, and then panicking about my cat-child's emotional state, it really has become a chore I dread.
That's why I jumped at the chance to use VetEasy - a house call veterinary service that offers general wellness visits and in-home vaccinations for Manhattan pet owners.
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