A: If your emergency occurs during regular business hours, bring your animal to the clinic. If possible, please call ahead. If you are currently a client of Mobile Animal Clinic, and you have an “ after hours” emergency or concern, please call 402-333-3847
A: Contact the Nebraska Humane Society at 444-7800 or www.nehumanesociety.org
A: We provide professional veterinary services for almost all species of animals ranging from examinations to surgery. We can provide x-rays and endoscopy. For non-veterinary services like boarding and grooming, we can recommend a number of reputable providers.
A: Your pet should be examined at least once a year for a wellness exam and then as often as needed.
A: We recommend annual boosters of canine and feline combination vaccines. Rabies boosters are given every one to three years in accordance with local ordinances. Puppy and kitten vaccines will be given boosters on a schedule that will be discussed at your pet’s first visit. Annual vaccination reminders will be mailed to your home.
A: Yes! No drug works 100% of the time in 100% of the animals. You certainly do not need to be giving heartworm prevention medication to a positive dog. Also, a positive dog needs to be identified and treated to prevent heart disease.Drug manufacturers will not guarantee their product without an annual test.
A: Yes! Microchips provide permanent identification and proof of ownership.They are beneficial in reuniting you with your pet if they become lost. Learn More.
A: There are many reasons you should spay or neuter your pet.
A: Spaying or neutering will not make an animal fat. It does, however, decrease the animal’s metabolic rate. This means we need to feed them less to prevent obesity. We will work with you to prevent obesity following the spay or neuter.
A: No treatments should be given at home. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 402-333-3847.
A: If your animal is vomiting or having diarrhea it should be seen by a veterinarian.
A: Any quality canned or dry pet food. Avoid cheap or fad foods. Make sure that cats are fed only cat food. Examples of good brands include:
A: Nails should be trimmed as needed. Puppies, kittens, and animals that spend most of their time indoors will need to be done more often.
A: A healthy pet does not require regular bathing. Unless directed to do so, do not give a bath more frequently than every other week.
A: Hip dysplasia is a developmental disease of the hips that can result in varying degrees of pain and arthritis at a young age.
A: Yes. They include fungal and bacterial infections and parasite infestations. If you have any of these concerns for yourself or your family, we would be happy to discuss the situation with you.
A: There are very few diseases that a human could pass on to a healthy pet.
A: Rarely, however, dogs that are prone to eating cat feces are more likely to get parasites and have gastrointestinal problems.
A: Euthanasia is the peaceful ending of an animal’s life utilizing an anesthetic overdose. Euthanasia should be considered when a meaningful recovery is not available or when an animal is suffering.
A: There are 4 options for animal body care.
You care for the body
Communal cremation with ashes buried or scattered
Private cremation with ashes returned to the owner
Interment in a pet cemetery
We can help you with body care as the need arises.