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Our Mobile Vet Services


Equine Dentistry 


Farm Animal Health


Pot Belly Pig Care 


Elderly Animal Health Consultations


In Home Euthanasia 




Find out why so many animal lovers prefer us!


"We cannot say anymore wonderful things about Dr. Nenneker!! We just got young goats and one was coughing with diarrhea over the weekend with no luck in finding weekend care. We called first thing Monday morning and she was able to squeeze us in and swung by in the afternoon. She is sweet and very informative and we're so happy we found a new vet and best of all she is mobile. She also called a week later to check in on our girls and you can tell she truly cares. Thank you Dr. Nenn"!

May 21, 2020


“Her team is open minded and she offers individualized plans - meaning she will even combine standard and innovative practices -- you can feel the love they have when they work with you to treat your animas and she is able to judge/ make the right decisions for me and my animals on when to do immediate care or general day to day instead. She and have given us nothing but excellent, reasonably priced care and advice. I was pleased from the moment you pulled up to the moment you left. I was especially pleased I was able to have all of my medications before you left. Dr. Nenn, I wish I had known you sooner."

May 12, 2020




On this page, you will find answers to the most popular questions of our customers. Didn’t find what you need? Just send us a request.

  • What kind of animals do you treat?

    Our staff consists of veterinarians of various profiles. We treat almost all animals, from cats and dogs to large farm animals.

  • Are in home visits available?

    Ofcourse! We are a mobile one stop shop. Schedule your appointment below!

  • Why is my pet scooting its rear on the ground?

    There could be several reasons that your pet is scooting on the ground. Your pet may need its anal gland expressed, need to be dewormed, or have other more serious issues. Please call us the clinic to make an appointment. It would be helpful if you could bring a fecal sample to your appointment to check for the presence of worm eggs.

  • How often should I get my horse checked?

    Adult horses should have a complete veterinary examination at least once a year. Geriatric horses (older than 20 years old) should see their veterinarian twice a year or more frequently because illness is more common in older animals and it can be identified sooner.