Why Veterinary Services Need To Be Mobile
There can be numerous reasons for why this may be necessary. So let this short article just touch on one or two areas on why a mobile veterinary services unit turns out to be necessary.
An old lady is stuck in her apartment. She is immobile most of the time. She does not get around much anymore. Not because she does not want to but simply because she cannot. She is quite fragile and will be vulnerable and at risk if she tries to commute alone. She would have only done so sensibly if it was really necessary and there was an emergency. Speaking of which. There is her dear old friend, the cat, also getting on in its years. Its ninth life is approaching. And because of that, it has become quite ill.
Only the old lady and the cat can go nowhere.
Hence the need for the mobile veterinary services unit. It is necessary for logistical and practical purposes too. And it does not need to be as a result of an urgent medical emergency that is critical. But who says the birth of a young stallion or filly is not an emergency. Nevertheless, it is a joyous occasion but the doting mother cannot be rushed off to the maternity ward now can she. So, that is why the mobile unit has to make its way to the farm.
It is good in other areas too. Take those poor, underdeveloped communities for instance. There might be some risk attached to this owing to the reputation for high rates of crime in such areas. And high rates of animal abuse due to ignorance and cruelty. Animals have rights too and it is necessary to safeguard those rights as far and wide as possible.