Many pets find a trip to the veterinarian to be a stressful experience. That’s where Kristyn Commerford comes in.
A military wife, graduate of N.C. State College of Veterinary Medicine and lifelong equestrian, she established Peak Performance Mobile Veterinary Services to provide routine wellness care and special services for horses, dogs and cats at homes in the Sandhills.
“I like the freedom that operating a mobile clinic allows. It gives me more flexibility to spend more time with clients,” she said.
She and her husband purchased land in Moore County, but her practice extends to patients in Cumberland, Harnett and Lee counties.
“This is a rather big area. In Moore County, I see a lot of diversity with dogs, cats and horses. Obviously it’s easier for the vet to travel to see a horse. But even for people who own cats, sometimes it can be tough to get them in the car,” Commerford said. “And when they get to the animal hospital, the client and their pet are so stressed.”
Commerford also offers acupuncture services and herbal treatments from her mobile clinic, noting that many clients are more comfortable with alternative, non-medicinal treatment for their animals. She also provides in-home euthanasia, which she believes provides a sense of calm and comfort for the pet and its owners.
Find Peak Performance Veterinary Services online at http://www.ppvs-ks.com/ or call 910-225-4838.
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