The Travelling Vet LLC | (614) 876-5013

Our Mobile Vet Services 

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An Important Note 

Emergencies 

Emergency pet care is usually beyond what we can provide in a vet house call. Pets should be seen at an emergency facility.

Patient Transportation

We are not a pet ambulance service. There is limited space in our vet practice vehicle, and as such, we can't accommodate the transport of patients. For these situations, we recommend contacting one of the Pet Taxi services in the area.

Wellness & Preventative Care

Physical Exams

 
  • Home visit fee (6-35 miles from office): $85
  • Local home visit fee (0-6 miles): $45
  • Examination fee: $55
  • Additional pet exam fee: $30 (per additional pet on the same visit)
  • Recheck exam: $35

Canine Vaccinations:

 
  • DA2PP vaccine: $25
  • DA2PPL vaccine: $25
  • Bordetella vaccine: $25
  • Leptospirosis vaccine: $22
  • One-year rabies vaccine: $20
  • Three-year rabies vaccine: $25
  • Canine influenza vaccine: $45
  • Canine Lyme vaccine: $42
  • Heartworm test: $40
  • Fecal test: $30

Feline Vaccinations:

 
  • FVRCP vaccine: $25
  • FeLV vaccine: $35
  • One-year rabies vaccine: $20
  • Three-year rabies vaccine: $25
  • FeLV/FIV test: $60
  • Fecal exam: $30

Also Offering:

 
  • Heartworm Testing and Preventative Care
  • Flea Prevention

Medical Issues

  • Eye and Ear Problems 
  • Skin Diseases (Itching and Hair Loss)
  • Checking Lumps and Bumps
  • Digestive Problems
  • Urinary Problems
  • Lameness
  • Laboratory Testing
  • Chronic Disease Management

Hospice and End of Life

  • Pain Management
  • At-home Pet Euthanasia

What We Cannot Do

Certain pet care needs are better served by a regular pet hospital and not a mobile vet. These include:

Major Pet Surgery & Dentistry: Surgical procedures require general anesthesia and long-term monitoring in a hospital setting. 

Hospitalization: Dogs or cats that are very ill or need an IV drip should be sent to a hospital. 

Diagnostic Imaging: All radiographs and ultrasounds should be performed at a hospital for safety reasons. 

If your pet requires these services, we can refer you to an appropriate facility. If you have questions, please call us or send us a message. Our mobile vet would be happy to help.

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