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Effective May 13, 2013 - Our prices have changed. Please visit the "Fees" tab for a list of services.
We are seeking new locations to expand our service, if you want us in your area let us know!
Spay Neuter Express Mobile Veterinary Hospital Offers
High Quality Service at Low Cost, Available to Everyone! No Restrictions
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Do not spend hours trying to get your pet to the vet, instead let the vet come to your pet with mobile veterinary hospital services from Spay Neuter Express! Our mobile animal hospital on wheels regularly visits Grand Rapids, Alma, Pewamo, Perry, Midland, Greenville, Flint, and Lowell as well as locations in the Upper Peninsula such as Escanaba and Marquette. We are also currently looking for locations so we can serve Kalamazoo, Lansing and Big Rapids. We will soon be expanding our service to include new locations. If we don't currently serve an location near you, contact us, and lets see what we can do. We now have a new, second mobile unit, to allow us to expand our services. We take the trauma out of going to the vet by bringing the doctor to you! And we save you $$!
Our mobile veterinary hospital offer the following services:
Note: You can schedule an appointment for just vaccinations or tests or micochip or surgery. Spay/neuter is not required to acquire any other service.
- Spaying and Neutering
- We come close to you with one of our mobile clinics
- We also have aTransport Unit available for shelters, rescues or special projects
- and more...
Spay Neuter Express mobile animal hospital was founded by Dr. Bruce Langlois. Dr. Langlois is the owner and medical director of the Animal Hospital of Lowell, www.lowellvet.com since 1984. Dr. Langlois has traveled the world teaching surgical techniques, bringing his expertise to various locations throughout the United States, Central and South America, Africa and the Middle East. He is also the veterinary director of Global Veterinary Assistance Team www.gvat.org , He now brings that expertise directly to your pets in Michigan.
Mobile Vet Serves Pets
Spay and neuter surgery is just one of our many specialties. We also offer vaccinations, routine testing and parasite control to you and your pets living in the Grand Rapids, Alma, Ionia, Midland, Muskegon, Greenville, Lowell, Perry, Belding and as well as occasional locations in the Upper Peninsula such as Escanaba and Marquette. Our experienced and compassionate veterinarian team has the resources to provide all these services.
Flea and tick applications and microchip identification are also part of our services, as are cat ear mite treatments and testing for feline Felv/FIV/Heartworm. Our mobile veterinarian staff is well-trained in anesthesia, pet monitoring and recovery after surgery and fulfilling all aspects of animal care.
Our mission is to bring our high level of pet care and expertise to communities that may not have the resources or facilities to administer full-time veterinarian services or a full-service animal hospital at a permanent location. We also don't want cost to be a barrier preventing you from getting the necessary services to allow your pet to live a long and healthy life. We successfully meet that mission daily, with a high level of care at a low cost to patients. We serve all patients who need it, regardless of income or place of residence. Our main concern is your pet's health and well being.
Browse our website for more information on our services, background and directions to our regular locations. Our website is stocked with pet care and animal videos, articles and trusted resources. Our New Patient Center offers downloadable forms and information on what to expect during a visit to our mobile veterinarian unit. To schedule an appointment, click here, or call (616) 897-8865.
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