The office will be closed Thursday Nov 24th and Friday Nov 25th in Observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
We will open with normal business hours Saturday Nov 26th.
On Saturday Nov 19th, we will be out of the office most of the day and have limited phone access. We will return voice mails as soon as we can. Please email if you need assistance to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Pet vaccinations are a must-have level of protection for pet owners want to ensure their puppy and kittens have long and healthy lives. Each species requires their own type of pet vaccines and only a professionally trained and licensed veterinarian should be entrusted with the task for either cats or dogs. Nova Mobile Vet professional staff is well trained on providing all the necessary pet vaccinations to ensure that your pet stays healthy and well for as long as possible.
Some common dog pet vaccines include shots for canine distemper, measles, parvovirus, cav-2 for hepatitis, rabies, parainfluenza, bordetella, leptospirosis, lyme, coronavirus and giardia. Only a professional vet such as Dr. Cryan can properly decipher what type of pet vaccines an individual dog will get and organize a pet vaccination schedule. Then, when it is time for your pet to get their pet vaccines we will drive our mobile Virginia veterinary clinic to your home and make sure that Koobish gets his proper inoculations quickly and with minimal anxiety for all.
Felines are also susceptible to various illnesses and can benefit from various pet vaccines to prevent conditions including feline rhinotracheitis, feline calicivirus, feline distemper, feline panleukopenia, feline leukemia virus, feline immunodeficiency virus and feline infectious peritonitis and Chlamydia. Not all cats need all the pet vaccinations and what they need will also vary on their age. In cases like these, the opinion of a professional pet doctor
will make a huge difference. Nova Mobile Vet are prepared to come to your front door, discuss what is needed and then provide your beloved fuzzball with the pet vaccinations they need.
Ensuring both cats and dogs receive their pet vaccinations is no easy task. The process usually involves loading up stubborn dogs and frisky cats into a carrying case or placing them directly in the car. Once that is done, a time consuming drive to the local pet hospital and more moments wasted waiting to see a vet. Maintaining a pet vaccination and pet care regime is less challenging with NovaMobileVet.com as we are happy to bring the animal hospital to you.