Rocky Mountain Mobile Vet Services and Clinic


RMMV offers many of the same veterinary services that you'll find at most any clinic including:


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Comprehensive Yearly Exam / Vaccinations


Yearly exams our your pets most important preventive medicine.  During a yearly exam, we check the pet's heart, ears, eyes, teeth, skin, nutrition, muscles and joints. We discuss behavioral issues, weight management and mobility issues.  This can help us catch diseases early, provide management for existing conditions or prevent future health issues.


For Dogs and Puppies, we can then recommend needed vaccinations to keep your family member healthy including Leptospirosis, Bordetella, Rabies, DHPPC (canine distemper/parvo combination), Canine Influenza (H3N2 and H3N8), Rattlesnake Vaccine.


For cats and kittens, we offer FVRCP (feline/distemper combination), Rabies and FeLV (feline leukemia vaccine).


Microchip Placement


Picture of an animal microchipMicrochip placement is the newest form of pet identification that we can offer to our clients to ensure the safe return of a lost pet.


The microchip is a small computer chip that is inserted under the skin using a needle.  When scanned, a number is brought up that is then traced to a national hot line.  The police, humane society, local authorities and vets can scan the chip. The database, which operates 24 hours per day, will be contacted and the ID number will confirm your address and then you and your pet will be reunited.


Picture of a dog with a surgical cone on his head sitting on a couchSurgery


We can perform most minor surgeries including tumor removals, laceration/wound repair, abscess repair, and spay/neuter for pets over 4 months old.  We highly recommend spaying or neutering your pet to not only control the pet population, but to prevent health problems such as reproductive system cancer, uterine infections (pyometra), prostate disease and behavioral problems such as spraying or aggression.



X-Ray of a dog's chest cavityDiagnostics


Our lab work includes heartworm testing, feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline AIDS (FIV) testing, complete blood panels, fecal examinations, culture and sensitivities, histopathology and urinalysis.


Though not offered on board, radiographs and ultrasounds are done through one of the hospitals we work with.








* Please note: there are weight and breed restrictions




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