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Take care of your pet's health needs in the comfort of your own home with mobile veterinary services provided by Home Pet Care Veterinary Housecalls. Dr. Tom Schmar is available and equipped to tend to your pet's care without the stress and fear of visiting a traditional veterinarians office. Learn more.
Always dependable and professional, Home Pet Care Veterinary Housecalls brings you the best in professional pet care in your pet's own environment. Furthermore, we are fully computerized! All medical records, including test results and even your pet's picture are on file and available when needed. Our computer generated reminder system will keep your pet on track with their wellness care. Learn more.
We operate Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, please call 785-273-6572. If you should happen to reach our voicemail, please leave a message, and we will return your call promptly. Personal checks and all major credit cards including Care Credit are accepted.
At Home Pet Care Veterinary Housecalls, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Tom Schmar
TOPEKA Veterinarian | Home Pet Care Veterinary Housecalls | 785-273-6572
TOPEKA, KS 66610
The longevity of my 19 year old cat can be attributed directly to Dr. Schmar's great care. He takes a personal interest in his patients and his knowledge of his field his outstanding. His compassion for all animals is evident in that he has also provided assistance to my coworkers and I in looking after a feral colony of cats at our workplace. His contribution to K-State to memorialize one we lost was so generous and thoughtful. I highly recommend Dr. Schmar to anyone who is looking for the best possible veterinary care for their pet.
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