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We are a mobile veterinary service that offers the convenience of coming to you for your pet(s) wellness needs, minor medical conditions and end-of-life care. We currently operate out of our Subaru “Outback” for our services. For wellness appointments we see dogs and cats but for our End-of-Life care we will see all companion or exotic animals needing home care. For wellness care, we focus on animals that have issues with transportation to a traditional standing practice, whether that is because of the animal’s physical or emotional limitations or the owner’s mobility issues. Please visit the services section of this site for more details on all that we offer.
At Outback Mobile Vet, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Donna Craig
Melbourne Mobile Veterinarian | Outback Mobile Vet | (321) 848-1338
P.O. Box 411582
Melbourne, FL 32941
Office Hours (Alternate Appointments Hours Available Upon)
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