Modern Veterinary Care in the
Comfort of Your Own Home
John M. Pacy, D.V.M.
1994 Graduate, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
One of the hardest decisions that a pet owner ever has to make is to have their
pet euthanized.

However, once the decision is made, most pet owners unaware that they can
have it done in the privacy of their own home.

To read about the benefits of in-home euthanasia
(click here).
  • Skin & Ear Problems
  • Allergies & Itching
  • Arthritis & Pain Management
  • Senior Pet Problems
that thousands of
dogs are injured or
killed in collar
accidents every year?

Read my report
(click here) and find
out how you can
protect your best
Call (561) 909-7953***
to schedule an appointment
Memberships and

American Veterinary
Medical Association

Palm Beach County
Veterinary Society

Mailing address only:
562 E. Woolbright Rd
Boynton Beach, FL 33435-6033

(Please note, this is a postal center.
I do not see pets at this location.)
Does Your Pet Hate
Going to the Vet?
Then Have the Vet
Come to Your Pet!
Healthy Pets Housecalls
Veterinary Housecall Service
Examinations & Routine care, Vaccinations,
Heartworm Testing / Prevention, Laboratory testing,
Minor injuries / illnesses, Microchipping
We offer gentle in-home euthanasia
We service most of Palm Beach County, including Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton
Beach, Lantana, Lake Worth, Greenacres, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach,
North Palm Beach, and Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington,
Royal Palm Beach, Loxahatchee and the Acreage.
Useful Links:  click here for links to pet behavioral
issues, poison control, poisonous plants database

***Calls may be answered by my answering service after hours AND during the day when I am
unavailable to answer the phone (such as when I'm driving or with a pet).  

Calls are usually answered quickly but there may be a longer hold time during certain times of the
day.  I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Short emails can be sent to
For a faster response, please include your name,
and a call back number
With over 12 years of housecall experience, Dr. Pacy knows how to
safely and gently examine and treat your pet, including fractious cats!