Animalia Mobile Clinic

(240) 672-3002

Animalia Mobile Clinic

Services

  • Well visits, Vaccination, Deworming.
  • Blood work, nail trim, ear cleaning and treatment, flea & tick / Heartworm prevention, etc
  • Sick appointment, vomiting ,diarrhea, allergies, skin issues, hot spots, ear infections, eye problems , anorexia/weight loss, lameness, masses biopsies, dental disease and cleaning if needed, heart disease etc.
  • Emergency Care
  • Monitoring chronic disease, ex: kidney disease, periodic check with fluids administration, check weight, blood work etc.
  • Puppy and kitten visits: Exam, vaccinations
  • Domestic Health Certificates pre anesthetic Exam and Blood work
  • Surgery: Spay, neuter, declawing, dental cleaning and extractions, wound repair, toe nail repair, lump removal, eye surgery, soft tissue surgery etc
  • Humane Euthanasia and cremation.
Did you know? A cat that bites you after you have rubbed his stomach is probably biting out of pleasure, not anger.
Reminder

As summer approaches don't forget to get your pet heartworm tested. Heartworm is a disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. The disease can invade the heart and lungs, causing your pet to become very ill and possibly die without the proper treatment. the American Heartworm Association recommends a heartworm check yearly as well as 9 to 12 months of heartworm preventative. Parvo is on the rise this year at an alarming rate and can be prevented with the recommended series of vaccines. Puppies 8 and 10 weeks and older require 3 sets of the DHPP vaccine to be fully protected against this often fatal disease. Keep your puppy indoors and limit any exposure t other dogs until he/she is fully vaccinated to avoid any exposure to the Parvo disease .Kittens as well require a series of vaccines to keep them fully protected. RCP ( Distemper) vaccine should be given at 10 weeks and older and require 3 sets and 2 sets of ( FELV) feline Leukemia to be fully protected against illness. Both dogs /cats can receive Rabies Vaccination at the age of 4 months. It is our goal to keep your pet safe, and prevent the spread of disease.