(707) 708 1773

We provide the highest quality in-home veterinary care

How We Work

Give us a call to schedule an appointment
We request records from your previous veterinarian if necessary
We call or text you prior to our arrival so you can have time to get your pets ready
We arrive within a scheduled time window to examine and treat your pets
Expect to receive an email summary of your visit within 24 hours
We send you reminders (email, text, or call) when vaccines and other care is due

What We Do

House Calls

$30

Examination

$60

Urgent
examination

$120

Vaccines for Dogs

DA2PP Distemper, parvo
$30
Rabies
$20
Lepto
$30
Bordetella
$30
Canine Influenza
$40

Vaccines for Cats

FVRCP
$30
Rabies
$30
FeLV
$30

Labwork for Dogs

Complete blood panelCBC, Chemistry, Electrolytes, Urinalysis, T4
$250
Mini blood panelCBC, Chemistry
$140
Heartworm test
$50
Heartworm with tick borne disease screening test
$70
Fecal test
$50
We will provide a quote for additional labwork when necessary.

Labwork for Cats

Complete blood panelCBC, Chemistry, Electrolytes, Urinalysis, T4
$250
Mini blood panelCBC, Chemistry
$140
FeLV/FIV test
$70
Fecal test
$50
We will provide a quote for additional labwork when necessary.

Procedures

Nail trim
$20
Ear cleaning
$20
Ear meds (leave-in)
$50
Cytopoint (anti-itch) injection
$50 and up depending on weight
Microchip
$50
We will provide a quote for additional procedures when necessary.

Preventatives

Heartgard
$40 and up depending on weight (6 months)
Bravecto for dogs
$50 for 3 months
Nexgard for dogs
$60 for 3 months
Bravecto for cats
$50 for 3 months
Cheristin for cats
$20 per month
Dewormer
$20 and updepending on weight and type

End of Life Care

Euthanasia
$250
Communal cremation
$100
Private cremation
$200-$300

Who We Are

Dr. Valerie Cantrell - The Veterinarian

My passion for veterinary medicine began when I was a child. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to grow up working in my local veterinary hospital, where I spent afternoons, weekends, and summers helping treat sick dogs and cats. From those early years, I knew the rest of my life would be dedicated to caring for people and their beloved pets. I received my undergraduate degree in Animal Science from Cal Poly State University in SLO, then went on to earn my Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences, graduating with Highest Honors.

I love all aspects of veterinary medicine but have a particular interest in preventative health, dermatology, dentistry, and surgery. I reside locally with my husband David, and our daughter Nadia.  We enjoy hiking, gardening, and visiting independent bookstores. We decided to launch VetMobile in order to offer my patients high quality veterinary care in the comfort of their own homes.

David - The Care Team

My first introduction to veterinary medicine occurred when I was reading All Creatures Great and Small by a British veterinarian, James Herriot. I was ten years old and absolutely fascinated. Of course, I dreamt of becoming a veterinarian. I did not, but I met one three decades later and she thought it would be a good idea to marry me.

My professional background is in Finance and I take care of all things business-related. My college education consists of an undergraduate degree from SFSU (Business and Economics) and an MBA from Saint Mary’s College of California (Finance).

Nadia - The Snuggler

I am the most junior member of our team and have been listening to the sounds of dogs and cats visiting the veterinary hospital since taking up residence in my mommy’s belly. I am known as The Snuggler around here and I give a mean cuddle when the need arises!