Mobile Vet Services

Tucson Mobile Vet services cover the full range of integrated veterinary house call services for the greater Tucson, southern Arizona area.

We provide conventional veterinary services together with integrative holistic medicine for dogs, cats, and horses. The holistic veterinary services offered as part of our house calls emphasize well-established treatments from Traditional Chinese Medicine and other modalities, including:

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• Classical Needles

• Electrical Stimulation of Needles

• Micro-Stimulation of Acupuncture Points

• Laser Stimulation of Acupuncture Points

• Moxabustion Stimulation of Acupuncture Points

• Homotoxicology: injection of acupuncture points with homeopathic remedies

• Aquapuncture: injection of acupuncture points with sterile liquids other than homeopathic remedies

Chinese Herbal Medicine

• Extract Granules/Powders

• Tablets

• Teapills (ideal for cats)

• Tinctures

• Suspensions

Medical QiGong

Chiropractic Care

• Gentle Touch, effective adjustments

Applied Kinesiology – used to diagnose and to treat

Additional Integrative and Alternative Veterinary Medicine Therapies:

• Stem Cell

• Ozone

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3 Responses to “Mobile Vet Services”

  • Ann:

    Are u experienced with kidney desease in dogs? My 11 year old dog is in the beginning stages.

  • Carolyn Mallonee:

    Dear Dr. Medler:

    You operated on my cat back in 1999 I believe when you had your practice on Campbell. You were wonderful! She had tumors on her thyroid. She eventually had to be put to sleep, which you so lovingly did.

    I adopted another cat in 2004. His name is Pumpkin. He was born in May, 2004. Ever since I’ve had him he has had issues with throwing up. Sometimes, usually once a year he will start throwing up, and isn’t able to stop. I always end up taking him to the hospital for IV fluids. No-one can find anything wrong with him, and within a couple of days he seems fine until the next episode.

    I make very little money and have no credit cards. I have VPI pet insurance, but they don’t seem to cover much, even on the most expensive plan I have.

    Anyway, I am trying to find a diet that might help and I’m totally confused. His first food was Royal Canine for kittens, then Royal Canine for indoor cats, then Royal Canine for indoor “light” formula (since he weighs 16 lbs.).

    So far the foods I thought sounded good are as follows:
    Orijen Grain-Free Cat Food, Nature’s Variety Grain-Free Instinct Frozen Raw Food, or Primal pet Foods Raw Cat Food. Also suggested on a web site was Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil Cat Supplement ot Only Natural Pet Probiotic Blend.

    I have tried with a syringe to give him probiotics, but he won’t have anything to do with it.

    I go to a naturopathic doctor and eat only organic foods, and I only take naturel supplements as opposed to traditional “drugs”. I’d like to have my cat live like that also.

    Can you please recommend food, and also let me know how much you charge for a house call. I am at the corner of La Canada and Lambert.

    Thank you so much, and I’m so happy I found your website. I thought you moved away.

    Carolyn Mallonee
    (520) 401-1654.

  • Karin Gallagher:

    It may be hard to reach me by phone as I teach massage therapy and have my phone turned off most of the the day. I had a wonderful holistic Vet in New Hampshire but that was 5 years ago and I haven’t be able to find one here.
    My dog Ben goes to daycare when I’m away from the house for more than 6 hours. He is required to have a parvo vaccine. He had a titers about a year and a half ago.

    My first question is how long is your waiting list?

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