Cat and Pug dog ready for vaccinations in mobile vet clinic

Vaccinations for Dogs and Cats - Small to Medium Size

Have your dog or cat get their annual vaccinations in our mobile clinic.  No waiting in a crowded waiting room for you or your pet.

Pet Vaccinations From A Mobile Clinic

Unfortunately, there are some things we can’t avoid with vaccines. For example, this includes the fact that they’re necessary. We know some owners would love to stop putting their pets through the experience. However, we can do something to make cats and dogs more comfortable with the whole process – have the injections at your home. Don’t worry, we aren’t going to encourage you to earn a degree in veterinary procedures just so you can perform a cat vaccination or dog vaccination at home. Instead, contact a mobile veterinary clinic and we will come to your home and we will perform the vaccinations in the mobile clinic at your home.  This saves the pet trauma of traveling to a land-based clinic and waiting in a crowded waiting room.

As the name suggests, this is a mobile practice that will visit your home and perform the vaccinations in the mobile clinic. Dr. Vincent Guerrero D.V.M., at Home Veterinary Care of Fort Lauderdale (Best Mobile Vet), has experience in Fort Lauderdale and all Broward County cities and will come to your home for vaccinations.

Home Veterinary Care of Fort Lauderdale

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What Vaccinations Are Available?

Dr. Vincent Guerrero D.V.M. can perform the following cat vaccinations as a mobile veterinary clinic:

  • Feline calicivirus
  • Panleukopenia
  • Rabies shot
  • Feline distemper
  • Rhinotracheitis
  • Feline herpesvirus (type 1)

Meanwhile, the following dog vaccinations are available:

  • Distemper
  • Rabies shot
  • Canine hepatitis
  • Canine parvovirus
  • Leptospirosis
  • Canine Influenza
  • Bordetella (Kennel Cough)

For many owners, these dog vaccinations and cat vaccinations will be necessary for young pets. For example, you may have recently adopted a new kitten and puppy. Vaccinations are recommended to keep your young furry friends protected from common diseases and health problems as they grow. However, Dr. Vincent Guerrero D.V.M. can also administer vaccinations to older pets who need their semi-annual or annual appointments.

Why Choose a Mobile Veterinary Clinic

If you’re like many pet owners, you wince when you see vaccinations on the calendar. Your pet doesn’t enjoy them and starts getting anxious when the carry case comes out, you don’t like seeing your pet go through the experience, and even the vet struggles when the cat/dog is trying to be everywhere in the exam room except the right position.

Why go through all of this stress when you can have an experienced professional perform the vaccinations in a mobile clinic at your own home? Suddenly, you don’t have to get them into a carry case, and they don’t start getting anxious or agitated during the car journey. House calls are especially valuable if your pet tends to experience the shakes, vomiting, or even if they wet themselves around vaccination time. Dr. Vincent Guerrero has all the equipment and training to perform everything where they feel more comfortable and relaxed.

Even if your pet does start to panic, at least it’s much quicker and a less stressful time compared to a normal trip to a crowded waiting room.

Choose the Best Mobile Vet Clinic

In most cases, the rabies shot and all other vaccinations are done before the dog/cat even realizes what’s happening. With mobile services like Best Mobile Vet, you don’t have to put your friend through all the stress normally present with a trip to the vets!