On-demand Mobile Veterinary Services

At Derby City Vet, we bring our animal care services to you so your furry friend can get the care they need when they need it.

What We Offer at Our House Calls

Dr. Dean-Hines and all staff members are Fear Free® Certified, ensuring that your pet has a comfortable and safe experience. We offer numerous treatment options for every situation that may arise.

Therapeutic Laser Treatment

Therapeutic Companion Laser Therapy is an integral part of how we heal, rehabilitate, and regenerate our patients. We use it for acute and chronic conditions, short-term, long-term, and everything in-between. Here are a few conditions we treat with this technology:

Arthritis and various injuries associated with arthritis.
Skin: Wounds, Allergic skin problems, Infections, Cuts and Bite Wounds, Lick spots/Granulomas
Bladder Infections and Inflammations and stones
Dental diseases: Swollen, sore or bleeding gums, Pain Relief
Sprains, Strains & Fractures
Post-Surgical healing/pain relief
Degenerative joint disease
Inflammatory bowel disease
Lick granulomas
Geriatric care
Hip dysplasia
Feline acne
Tendonitis

Non-Surgical Anicell Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy is an option after traditional treatments have failed, but many owners fear the risk of putting an older dog under sedation or undergoing surgery. The stem cells arrive from the lab frozen and then are thawed and put into an IV bag and slowly injected into the dog. The stem cells then go where they need to go, and the affected areas improve in a matter of days to a few weeks.

Non-pharmaceutical Options Available

When possible, we offer non-pharmaceutical treatment options to our patients. These options can include therapeutic laser treatment and Reiki (which is offered through our local veterinary network).

Assisi Loop Products are a full line of animal health products which use targeted PEMF therapy to decrease pain and inflammation, accelerate healing, and reduce anxiety – without drugs or side effects.

Full Service Menu

Wellness exams: Keep your pet’s health in tip-top shape by taking them for regular wellness exams. These exams are done annually and also help us spot illnesses early.

Vaccinations: Vaccines can prevent your pet from contracting dangerous illnesses. We recommend speaking with Dr. Hines to ensure your pet is up-to-date on their vaccines. 

Heartworm testing: Annual heartworm testing is essential for the health of your cats, dogs, and ferrets as it can help spot the potentially fatal heartworm disease. 

Urinalysis: Urine testing can be done to detect an infection or just to keep an eye on your pet’s overall health. 

Parasite evaluation: Think your pet might have worms? We can check using a parasite evaluation and suggest treatment following results. 

Allergy testing: Allergy tests allow for detection and proper treatment of any allergies your pet may have. 

USDA health certificates for transport: For pets that will be traveling with you to other countries, we provide examination and USDA health certificates. 

Laboratory diagnostics including bloodwork: Our mobile facility is set up to make any labaratory diagnostic work possible, which gives us the ability to efficiently provide a diagnosis for your pet.  

Online pharmacy: Our online pharmacy makes it easy to follow any treatment plans Dr. Dean-Hines recommends. Click here to learn more.

On-site digital xray and dental xray: Just like with humans, medical imaging technology gives us a better look when your pet is facing an injury or illness, so that we can more easily provide diagnosis and treatment. 

Ultrasound & Basic Echocardiography: This technology can be used to detect and diagnose situations like heart disease in your pet. 

Therapeutic Laser (see above for more information)

Therapeutic Laser Treatment

Therapeutic Companion Laser Therapy is an integral part of how we heal, rehabilitate, and regenerate our patients. We use it for acute and chronic conditions, short-term, long-term, and everything in-between. Here are a few conditions we treat with this technology:

  • Arthritis and various injuries associated with arthritis.
  • Skin: Wounds, Allergic skin problems, Infections, Cuts and Bite Wounds, Lick spots/Granulomas
  • Bladder Infections and Inflammations and stones
  • Dental diseases: Swollen, sore or bleeding gums, Pain Relief
  • Sprains, Strains & Fractures
  • Post-Surgical healing/pain relief
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Lick granulomas
  • Geriatric care
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Feline acne
  • Tendonitis

Non-Surgical Anicell Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy is an option after traditional treatments have failed, but many owners fear the risk of putting an older dog under sedation or undergoing surgery. The stem cells arrive from the lab frozen and then are thawed and put into an IV bag and slowly injected into the dog. The stem cells then go where they need to go, and the affected areas improve in a matter of days to a few weeks.

Non-pharmaceutical Options Available

When possible, we offer non-pharmaceutical treatment options to our patients. These options can include therapeutic laser treatment and Reiki (which is offered through our local veterinary network).

 

Assisi Loop Products are a full line of animal health products which use targeted PEMF therapy to decrease pain and inflammation, accelerate healing, and reduce anxiety – without drugs or side effects.

Full Service Menu

Our Full-Service Mobile Hospital was built by LaBoit Specialty Vehicles in Columbus, Ohio and equips us to treat animals of all shapes and sizes! We offer many services, including:

Wellness exams: Keep your pet’s health in tip-top shape by taking them for regular wellness exams. These exams are done annually and also help us spot illnesses early.

Vaccinations: Vaccines can prevent your pet from contracting dangerous illnesses. We recommend speaking with Dr. Hines to ensure your pet is up-to-date on their vaccines.

Heartworm and Tick Bourne testing: Annual blood parasite testing is essential for the health of your dogs as it can help spot the potentially fatal diseases.

Urinalysis: Urine testing can be done to detect an infection, to monitor aging changes, or just to keep an eye on your pet’s overall health.

Parasite evaluation: Think your pet might have worms? We can check using a parasite evaluation and suggest treatment following results.

Allergy testing: Allergy tests allow for detection and proper treatment of any allergies your pet may have.

USDA health certificates for transport: For pets that will be traveling with you out of state or to other countries, we provide examination and USDA health certificates.

Laboratory diagnostics including bloodwork: Our mobile facility is set up to make any laboratory diagnostic work possible, which gives us the ability to efficiently provide a diagnosis for your pet.

Online pharmacy: Our online pharmacy makes it easy to follow any treatment plans Dr. Dean-Hines recommends. Click here to learn more.

On-site digital xray: Just like with humans, medical imaging technology gives us a better look when your pet is facing an injury or illness, so that we can more easily provide diagnosis and treatment.

Ultrasound & Basic Echocardiography: This technology can be used to detect and diagnose situations like heart disease in your pet. Provided by Dr. Meg McBrien.

Therapeutic Laser (see above for more information)

Order from our easy Online Pharmacy

Put in an order for the medicine your pet needs through our online pharmacy.

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Emergencies

Visit our Emergencies page for more information on what to do when your pet needs emergency care.

Schedule an appointment today by contacting us at 502-758-5558.