St Augustine, FL: Mobile Veterinary Service

We received this from a mobile vet in St Augustine, FL. Would be nice if all areas had them.

We’re a mobile veterinary service, called Vilano Mobile Vet, based in St. Augustine, Florida. I am a graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. After working in emergency medicine for the past year, I want to provided a service that would aid both the pet and owner in providing convenience and a stress free approach to medicine. “My goal is to provide a quality at home experience for both the pet and owner at very reasonable rates”.

Many owners have a hard time getting their animals in the car or getting their cats in a carrier. Vacationers with pets may have difficulty driving to find a vet. Trips to the hospital can be both time-consuming and stressful for animals and owners alike. Decreasing the stress on your pet and yourself is the goal of house call veterinary care.

We can provide examinations, vaccines, blood work, diagnostics, treatments, and it all can be done right in the comfort of your home, where your pet is most comfortable. If you have an elderly pet or a pet nearing the end of its life, making an end of life decision can be one of the hardest times for you. At-home euthanasia can be a great gift for your pet in their time of need.

You can contact Vilano Mobile Vet at 904-315-1331 or by email, Our appointments are Monday – Saturday, from 8am -7pm. Other appointment times can be arranged.

4 Responses to “St Augustine, FL: Mobile Veterinary Service”

  1. patty says:

    Dr. An Nguyen is the best vet we have ever met, we have used a lot of vets, but none of them are like him. He came to our house quickly, our dog gator was 17 years old, and was in extreme pain. We contacted Dr An Nguyen at apprx. 9:15 am, he was here at 10:10 am, he 1st gave gator a shot to stop the pain, then gave him an IV and gave us time to say our good byes, he is very passionate, and caring, we will never go to any other vet. His prices are reasonable, and he is well worth it.
    If you need a vet call him 904-315-1331, you wont regret it.

  2. Ken Moore says:

    Hi Doc, cowboys dad here. A card reader told Colleen cowboy is just fine runnung around with all his buddies in dog heaven. I do miss him as he was a great buddy. Hear of any jack russells about 4-5 yrs, male or female ok. I do get emails from rescue centers but are to far away. Paw Prints were great. Cowboy is on my dresser with all his info and picture. Thanks again, put me on your list.
    Ken Moore

  3. I’m so glad that I found your post! We’re getting prepared to adopt our first puppy and because of information and facts like this I feel confident that we have researched our selection. We have already researched the veterinarian that we’ll be going to at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital. We’ve had the chance to pay a visit to numerous with the regional animal hospitals in Denver and we really feel great about our selection to go with Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital. Your posts are informative and well written, they’ve assisted us tremendously..

  4. Debbie DiLIbero says:

    Hi, just wanted to know what kind of rates you had. Also how much does it cost to check for heart worms. Also I would like to know how much it is to treat for heart worms, as I really think that my dog has got them.
    Thank you

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