Rabies isn't the only disease transmitted from animals to humans. In fact, you and your pet may share more diseases than you may realize. Fortunately, it's easy to avoid these diseases or conditio ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
What are your hours of operation?
Dr. Mitterling's Mobile Veterinary Clinic is available most weekdays and occasional Saturdays. We are also available for late afternoon or early evening appointments. Dr. Mitterling will be at Woodstock Veterinary Clinic one day during the week for surgeries. We will always make every effort to be available for what works best for our clients.
What geographical area do you cover?
We will serve most of Tolland, Windham, and northern New London counties; approximately a 25 mile radius of Storrs, CT.
What are your fees?
The general charges for veterinary services, lab work, and pharmaceuticals will be comparable to a typical veterinary hospital. There will be an additional non-prohibitive travel charge based on mileage.
The travel fee will be waived for:
What is your payment policy?
1. Payment is expected when services are rendered.
2. We accept debit cards, credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express), cash, and checks.
3. For further information, please see "Fees & Payment Options" under "Client Services".
What is a mobile clinic?
Our mobile veterinary facility provides the same, high-quality veterinary medicine and surgical services as a stationary clinic. Dr. Mitterling's Mobile Veterinary Clinic is a custom-built, 26 footlong vehicle that is large enough to contain an exam and treatment area, digital x-ray, comprehensive dental and surgical suite, and onboard kennels for anesthesia recovery and day hospitalization. We are able to offer you everything a stationary hospital can, right at your property.
Why should I choose a mobile clinic?
How do I prepare for my first appointment?
In order to accommodate our veterinary equipment and supplies, our mobile clinic is 26-feet long and 12-feet high. If there are obstacles such as branches, wires, or a tight driveway, please let us know and advise use where we should park our vehicle upon arrival.
What types of animals do you see?
We see dogs, cats, ferrets, and pocket pets.
Can you see multiple pets?
Yes, we do! Our mobile veterinary clinic actually makes it more convenient for those who own multiple pets, and would like them seen at the same time.