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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. Take a photo tour of our facility below.
Why choose a mobile vet clinic?
Preparing for your visit.
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.
Below are photos of Dr. Mitterling's Mobile Veterinary Clinic.
Our facility has a large exam room that is equipped with an exam table, kennels, an X-ray unit, and a compressor for dentals (pictured in the top left and right). We additionally have a separate room on the unit for surgeries, which is stocked with an anesthesia machine, oxygen tanks, and monitor to allow for safe and comprehensive surgery (bottom left photo).
On the top, Dr. Mitterling performs a dentistry. The exam table is easily converted into a sink, a compressor is located in one of the cabinets to properly extract teeth if needed, and a dental machine is quickly set up on the counter. The bottom two photos show a surgery taking place in the sterile surgical room with the necessary equipment set up, such as the EKG machine (pictured below).
The mobile clinic has been efficiently designed in order to accommodate equipment while maximizing space. For example, there is a pull out scale that quickly slides under the kennels, so your animals can be weighed upon entering the unit (above). There is also a small digital, wireless x-ray unit that is located in the exam room. After the x-ray is shot, it displays on a computer monitor in the surgical unit within 10 seconds (bottom).