Cumberland Creek Mobile Veterinary Service

Services

Preventative Care
Preventative Care

We believe that preventive care is the most effective form of medicine. With regular veterinary evaluations, we can help prevent health issues before they happen or diagnose diseases in the early stages. Routine examinations, appropriate nutrition, heartworm preventative, flea/tick preventative, vaccinations, microchipping, spaying/neutering, dental care, and bloodwork diagnostics can help keep your pet healthy and live a longer life. As we grow our services, we will integrate preventative care packages for all your pet care needs for all life stages. Dr. Crockett is a firm believer in preventative care for all pets. Pets that receive routine preventative care tend to stay healthier. On average, pets receiving routine preventative care live three years longer than pets receiving minimal veterinary care.

Diagnostics
Diagnostics

We have the ability to do blood panels, intestinal fecal analyses, heart worm diagnostic testing, urinalysis, cytology, ocular testing procedures, mass aspiration, and digital radiographs all within our mobile van. Some tests may have to be sent to an outside laboratory or a partnered local veterinary clinic.

Dental
Dental

Dental care is very important in your pet’s overall health. Severe dental disease can cause problems eating, pain, anxiety, and other diseases including: heart, kidney, and liver issues. During routine examinations we will examine your pet’s level of dental disease and discuss appropriate care and treatment. We are fully equipped to perform routine dental procedures including: full-mouth digital dental radiographs, dental prophylaxis (cleaning), tooth extractions, gingival resection, and/or oral-nasal fistula repairs.

Dermatology
Dermatology

One of the most frustrating concerns for pet owners is watching their pet constantly itch, scratch, and/or lick themselves all day. In Tennessee, environmental allergies, fleas, and demodectic mites are extremely common. Skin diseases can cause your pet to not feel well and disengage from the household. We can perform diagnostics and discuss treatment recommendations for your pet. These treatments can offer you and your pet relief as they help treat and control infections from allergies, fleas, and mites.

Behavior Analysis
Behavior Analysis

Behavior problems are a common cause of euthanasia and relinquishment of pets. Being able to visualize your pet in the confines of their own home will enable us to determine the best care for your pet. This will start with a full comprehensive examination and appropriate diagnostics as the possibility of a medical condition is always a potential cause of behavioral problems. Consultation with a board-certified behaviorist will always be considered an option.

Geriatric Care
Geriatric Care

As our pets age, they may need special care to keep them comfortable and happy. With thorough examinations and diagnostics, we can monitor and treat our geriatric patient. We utilize a multi-modal approach for geriatric care. This multi-modal approach has helped many geriatric patients and their owners find relief to know their pet’s chronic pain is manageable.

Palliative Care
Palliative Care

There may come a time when your pet is diagnosed with a terminal disease or a condition for which you may desire hospice care. Hospice care gives you time to make decisions regarding your pet’s condition and quality of life. This care is centered around your terminally ill or geriatric pet living comfortably at home until natural death occurs or the election of euthanasia. We will always take into account your pet’s comfort and quality of life when considering this care. We are able to provide palliative care for your pet. Sometimes, medications can be prescribed for long-term illness and care. If we are not able to maintain a quality of life for your pet, euthanasia will be recommended. Please visit our end of life section for information regarding euthanasia services.

Health Certificate
Health Certificate

We are able to provide health certificates for small and large animals. Health certificate costs are variable pending location of animal transport and the time it takes to complete the certificate. We encourage you to visit the USDA APHIS travel requirement website for information.

Large Animal
Large Animal

Dr. Crockett has experience with cattle and horses. She is able to perform basic needs for your large animal needs. This includes vaccinations, deworming, well check visits, health certificates, microchipping, Coggins test, laceration repairs, and dental care. She is not able to provide extensive sick, ill, dystocia, colic care, and/or major medical issues for large animals. Please be advised that you will need to contact a local large animal veterinarian for any major health concerns.