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Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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We look forward to seeing you and your pet. Schedule your veterinary appointment today!

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Please call us about scheduling emergency services or urgent care for your pet. We will do our very best to schedule your appointment as soon as possible. Thank you.

Our Services

We are proud to offer you the following mobile veterinary services.

Wellness Routine and Checkup
Sick Appointments
Vet Technician Housecalls
Senior Pet Care
Allergy Injection
Arthritis Injection
Cancer Screening
Quality of Life Services
Internal Medicine Consult
Cardiologist Consult, Echo and ECG
Phone and Video Consults
Domestic Travel Certificate
Arthritis shots $100 - $250 (depends on weight)*
Blood Tests $350 and up (vet will recommend best blood panel after exam)
Fecal Test (PCR) $125
End of Life Care $320-$650 + Zone fee
* Estimates only

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Please see below our most frequently asked questions and their responses.

What should I expect if I go to an emergency clinic?2022-03-22T02:31:30+00:00

If your pet is experiencing an emergency (see this link), your pet should be taken in immediately. But if you pet isn’t experiencing the mentioned symptoms, you may need to wait for a little while. Wait times vary depending on the case and available veterinary staff who went to work that day, but wait times can be 3-6 hours on the average.

Why is it so difficult to get an appointment in any veterinary hospital now?2024-01-05T01:54:59+00:00

There is a surge of cases once the pandemic happened. Even before the pandemic, there are not enough veterinarians to support the demand. The ratio right now is 1 vet for every 18 job openings – which means that for every job a veterinarian accepts, 17 clinics were left without a doctor.

Veterinary school is expensive and competitive, hence there are only a handful of new graduates to support the demand.

Also, this industry is mainly female-led – which means that pregnancy, kids, and family life tend to kick in and limit female veterinarians in their availability to see more cases.

The industry has been slammed and overworked, but everyone is trying their best to keep up with the demand and help pet parents as much as they can.

Do you accept payment plans?2022-03-30T23:49:30+00:00

We accept Care Credit. Please contact our team for more information. 

What payment methods do you use?2022-03-18T02:14:12+00:00

We only accept credit cards – VISA, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.

How much do you charge?2024-01-05T01:49:37+00:00

We charge a flat fee for drive time, consultation, and physical exams. This can be seen on the main page of the website once you type in your zipcode.

Please note that this is just the fee for the veterinarian to examine your pet.

After examination, our veterinarian will recommend a diagnostic and treatment plan and will incur additional costs.

Our pet care and client coordinators will do their best to give you a rough estimate but we can never give an exact estimate for each case. This is difficult as each case is different and is variable in severity.

Call us and our pet care coordinators can help you have an idea of possible cost/s.

What is your advice about pet insurance?2024-01-05T01:46:26+00:00

We highly recommend having one since veterinary care is expected to continuously increase in price in the next years to come.

Without insurance, veterinary care will only be limited as a luxury service, which is very sad and unfair to our furbabies.

Technological advancement has been changing the way we diagnose pet diseases but they come at a cost. It is always better to be prepared and have that peace of mind when your pet gets sick.

We have noticed that most relationships we have maintained through the years are pet parents who have pet insurance. These pet parents seem happier, satisfied with our services and are easier to work with.

These are the most common pet insurances we see our clients use:

  1. Trupanion
  2. Nationwide
  3. Lemonade
  4. Healthy Paws
  5. Figo

You can also check to compare most common pet insurances.

Our whole team and staff are strong advocates of pet insurances as we have seen how much help pet parents get from having these.

What are the different levels of veterinary care?2022-03-18T02:19:13+00:00

General practitioners: This can range from new graduates to more seasoned veterinarians who are your first line of care.

Emergency practitioners: These are veterinarians trained to see emergency situations and can give immediate care to pets in distress. Usually, once an animal is stabilized by the emergency veterinarians, the case gets referred to a specialist, if needed.

Specialist/s: There are veterinarians who have undergone further training of many years in a specialized field such as surgery, opthalmology, internal medicine, cardiology, dermatology, dentistry, neurology, oncology and behavior medicine. General practitioners will refer cases to these specialists if the case isn’t responding to general treatment and/or will need a higher level care and diagnostics.

What is VCPR?2022-03-18T02:18:25+00:00

This means Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship. This will be established once a veterinarian has physically examined and diagnosed your pet. This is required for a veterinarian to prescribe medications and perform treatments on a pet.

This relationship can be terminated by either party for as long as the treatment approved and consented by both parties are done, and instructions are provided on how to continue care after VCPR termination.

Pet owners have the prerogative to choose a veterinarian that fits their needs and the same holds true for veterinarians, as may they choose whom they will serve and maintain a relationship with.

Your pet can have multiple VCPR’s with multiple veterinarians. This is your prerogative.

Who do we serve?2024-01-05T01:58:33+00:00


Anyone who needs our help in our serviced area, we can definitely help.

Common cases we see include:

  • anxious pets who cannot travel and gets stressed in a brick and mortar clinic
  • owners who don’t have time to wait for hours at a hospital
  • senior pets who cannot jump into a car
  • senior owners who may have mobility issues
  • our loyal clients who trust us with their pets’ continued care
Are you available for a phone or zoom consult?2022-03-18T02:17:15+00:00

Yes, we can accommodate if our veterinarian/s have availability. However, please be informed that these types of consultations will not allow your veterinarian to prescribe any medication/s. It is also appreciated if you have complete medical records prior to your appointment so our veterinarian/s can review them ahead. It is still recommended to have an in-person examination to have a more thorough assessment.