Mobile Veterinary Services has been our vet for over 20 years and many generations of dogs and cats. The team is always professional in treating the animals while being considerate of our wishes, taking into account age and cost of treatment.
Just recently Chad Tindall, DVM, diagnosed a rare bacterial infection in our yellow lab, Mia, which if gone untreated would have eventually killed her. The infection had surfaced in our area, but we had disregarded a reminder the office had sent to get vaccinated thinking it was too rare to worry about. Thankfully they caught it, (Leptospirosis), and knew what it was to immediately treat it.
Just like his father before him, Chad always finds room on the schedule to see us in an emergency as when our other rescue, hound dog Beau, ate a bag of fertilizer, or more recently, had a wound that was beginning to fester, which after prompt treatment is healing perfectly. We are so grateful to this group for the health and well being of our beloved pets and wish them many more years of success.
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