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How BetterVet Care Works in Pittsburgh

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Head to our Pet Portal or download our Mobile App to start booking.
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When you’re ready, simply book your appointment online. We offer limited same-day and next-day availability, too.
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From wellness and vaccination to quality-of-life consultations, we can care for your pet in the comfort of your home.

Pittsburgh Mobile Vet Coverage Map

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We provide mobile veterinary services in the Pittsburgh area, including:
  • Apollo
  • Bethel Park
  • Braddock
  • Bridgeville
  • Carnegie
  • Clairton
  • Claridge
  • Delmont
  • Dravosburg
  • Duquesne
  • East McKeesport
  • East Pittsburgh
  • Elizabeth
  • Export
  • Glassport
  • Greensburg
  • Harrison City
  • Irwin
  • Jeannette
  • Lawrence
  • Manor
  • McDonald
  • McKees Rocks
  • McKeesport
  • Monroeville
  • Murrysville
  • New Alexandria
  • North Versailles
  • Oakdale
  • Penn
  • Pitcairn
  • Pittsburgh
  • Saltsburg
  • South Park Township
  • Southview
  • Sturgeon
  • Trafford
  • Turtle Creek
  • Verona
  • West Elizabeth
  • West Mifflin
  • Wilmerding

In-Home Vet Services in Pittsburgh

Less Stress, Happier Pets

BetterVet is a mobile veterinary practice that offers comprehensive Fear Free® vet care in the comfort of home.

Mobile Vet Care Is Great For

  • Pet parents with busy schedules a lack of transportation
  • Anxious, fragile, and senior pets
  • Pets who need in-home end-of-life care

What Our Pittsburgh Clients Say

BetterVet is wonderful. My dogs don’t get all stressed by getting in the car and going to an unfamiliar place. Dr. Olivia is awesome and so great with my pups, as are the vet techs. So happy they’re in Pittsburgh now!!
Natalie B.
Five stars
We had such a great visit! My dog does not love the car, so this was such a great option and I think the doctor was able to get a much better understanding of how he acts in his own home. I highly recommend!
Julia L.
Five stars
Better Vet is an absolute game changer for our two cats. I am so relieved and ecstatic to find a service like this in Pittsburgh. Our cats received their wellness checks AND vaccines from Dr Wilson and Jennifer in the comfort of our home. The cats were calm before, during, and after the visit. Absolutely no drama! Highly recommended, 100% worth it, never heading into the vet office again. Thank you!
Jamie A.
Five stars

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Experience the BetterVet Difference at Home

When your pet needs care, one of our trusted veterinarians will come to you! Skip the traffic on the Parkway and schedule an in-home visit instead. Your pet will thank you for it!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Pittsburgh a pet-friendly city?

Definitely come to Pittsburgh with your four-legged friends. There are plenty of pet-friendly hotels, activities, and delicious dining options for you and your best friend.

How many dogs can you own in Pittsburgh?
You can own a maximum of five pets. You cannot have more than five dogs or cats or any combination. For example, you may have five dogs or five cats, or three dogs and two cats. Five is the maximum. 
Where can I take my dogs swimming in Pittsburgh, PA?
There are plenty of parks where you can take your dog swimming, including:
  • Bellevue Memorial Park Swim Pool
  • Duck Hollow Trail
  • Lucky Paws Pet Resort
  • Misty Pines Pet Company
  • North Park
  • Frick Park
  • Peters Lake Park
  • Settlers Cabin Park
Are dogs allowed at Penn Brewery?

Dogs are allowed in Penn Brewery's outdoor Biergarten, which is located at their primary North Side location at 800 Vinial Street, Pittsburgh, PA. They can be reached at 412-237-9400.

Do you need a dog license in PA?

Yes, and you have the choice of purchasing an annual license and a lifetime license. 

All dogs three months of age and older living in Pennsylvania must be licensed by January 1 of each year. Violators will be cited up to $300 per violation, plus court costs. There are different prices for licenses for those with disabilities and those who are 65 and older.