© Mobile Animal Clinic | 2437 South 120th St. | Omaha, NE 68144

Main (402) 333-3847   FAX (402) 333-1448 2437 South 120th St. | Omaha, NE 68144 Experienced, Common Sense Medicine, Pets and Their Owners Rely on. Mobile Animal Clinic


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All veterinarians at Mobile Animal Clinic are highly skilled surgeons with a combined 68 years of surgical experience. Along with routine spays and neuters, they perform complicated orthopedic and soft tissue procedures. Our surgery suite offers all the modern surgical and anesthetic equipment to perform procedures on the largest breeds of cats and dogs to the smallest of pocket pets such as hamsters and gerbils.

Our goal is to make surgical procedures safer for your pet by minimizing tissue damage and decreasing surgery time. To insure this, we use the most recent improvements in equipment and surgery techniques.

We have invested in a cryotherapy unit which uses liquid nitrogen to remove small skin masses without the need for general anesthesia. Warts, small eyelid masses and some skin cysts are removed much easier with this technique, is most appropriate for older animals where general anesthesia is a concern.

We use a top of the line electrocautery unit to control hemorrhage during surgery as decreased hemorrhage during surgery leads to quicker healing time for your pet.

We use a team approach during surgery by combining the best veterinary and technical expertise to ensure a safe, effective surgical outcome.

A few examples of the surgical procedures performed by our skilled veterinarians:

We also use the services of Veterinary Surgical Specialists of Nebraska. This is a mobile surgical service that comes to our facility performing advanced and complex surgical services when needed. Dr. David F. Merkley is the Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon who provides this service. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University and obtained his surgical training at Michigan State University. He obtained diplomate certification by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1977.  He has spent over 35 years in veterinary surgical education (teaching, research and clinical surgery).

For more information or to schedule an appointment,

please call us at 333-3847