Our Mobile Veterinarian has the ability to perform Radiology – Digital X-rays – to help our mobile veterinarian evaluate muscular-skeletal, cardiovascular (cardiopulmonary), gastrointestinal, reproductive and urinary systems. We also offer dental X-rays for closer examination of teeth. You receive a disk with the full DICOM images and a DICOM Viewer for you own records if desired.
Radiographs cost $160 for up to 4 views. Call and schedule an appointment for Digital Radiographs in the comfort of your home!
Regular professional cleaning is important to maintaining your pet's teeth. We use modern and safe ultrasonic instruments to clean each tooth thoroughly - above and below the gum line.
We only clean teeth out of medical necessity. If you have received a card from a veterinarian saying it is time for a dental, check that card closely... it probably says it is time for a "dental check-up" or evaluation. Most dogs do not need their teeth cleaned annually or even every two years.
Small dogs generally need dental cleaning more frequently than larger dogs. But, it is really the dog or cat's individual chemistry that dictates dental cleaning. If the teeth get covered in a heavy tartar, and it allows bacteria to be trapped below the gum line, a dog or cat's breath is generally pretty foul smelling. That is when it is time for a dental cleaning. Removing the tartar above and below the gum line with the ultrasonic scaler, polishing, treating with Fluoride and then sealing the teeth with a good sealer - will help clean up the pet's breath. This will also help a pet to live longer by keeping the gums as a source for serious infection to a minimum.
Teeth are polished to create a smooth, lustrous tooth surface more resistant to plaque buildup. Fluoride treatments help strengthen enamel and reduce tooth sensitivity. A sealer is used to further protect the exterior surface of the teeth from harmful elements.
Advanced dental care is available, including digital x-rays and extractions.
Vaccinations are given to our pets to help strengthen their immune systems against the various diseases in their environment. Rabies and Distemper/Parvo are widespread in the North Texas area and that is why those vaccines are considered "Core" vaccines.
We usually apply a topical flea/mite/heartworm medication all three times as well.
If your environment contains animals who are frequently found around water, such as raccoons, possums or skunks, then your pet should receive a Lepto Vaccination in addition to the core vaccines.
If your environment contans a lot of Ticks, then your pet should receive the Lyme's Vaccination in addition to the core vaccines.
If your pet is going to be boarded at a boarding facility or pet resort or if you are taking your pet to a groomer, most will require a Bordatella Vaccination (Kennel Cough) in addition to the core vaccines. We use an oral vaccine for this most of the time, saving your pet from another shot.
Some pet related venues will require you to have a Canine Influenza vaccination.
And if your environment has a lot of rattle snakes, there is a Rattle Snake Vaccine available. This vaccine does not eliminate the threat of a rattle snake bite, but it helps slow down the destructive effects of a rattle snake bite, giving you more time to get your pet to an animal hospital where they can receive Anti-Venom.