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Veterinary House Calls has been serving Mobile and Baldwin Counties in Alabama for nearly 15 years. We are a self-contained mobile veterinary clinic on wheels, offering complete mobile veterinary care at your doorstep in the following areas in Mobile and Baldwin counties: Mobile, Grand Bay, Irvington, Bayou LaBatre, Coden, Theodore, Dauphin Island, Saraland, Citronelle, Satsuma, Daphne, Fairhope, Spanish Fort, Foley, Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, Bay Minette, Stapleton, Stockton, Loxley, Robertsdale, Lillian and Summerdale.
Our services include Spaying and Neutering, Vaccinations (Rabies, Distemper, Parvovirus, Leukemia, etc), Examinations, Radiography, Dental Care, General Surgery, Behavior Modification and In Home Euthanasia.
Welcome to Veterinary House Calls website. On this site you will discover who we are and more importantly, how we can make it easier to provide veterinary care for your pet. You will be able to cliick on a tab and let us introduce our clinic as well as, look at the services we provide and their costs. Need medications for your pet? No problem, click on our ShopOn-Line tab to have medicines delivered directly to you. If you'd like, you can click on the Contact Us tab and have an appointment scheduled for your pet. See what our clients say about our services on our Testimonials page. We'd love to have pictures of your pet family, send them to us and we'll post them on our site!
At Veterinary House Calls, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are. Serving All of Mobile and Baldwin Counties
Veterinary House Calls 251-652-2222
Business Hours - By Appointment
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