MobileVet Memphis

MobileVet Memphis is a custom built, well equipped veterinary clinic on wheels that offers quality medical care at your home or office.  We are bringing the clinic to your door for your convenience and for the comfort of your pet.  The benefits of using a mobile veterinary clinic include reduced anxiety for the pets by eliminating travel to and from the clinic.  Your dog or cat will not have to share a waiting room with other pets which reduces stress and exposure to illness.

MobileVet Memphis is ideal for households with multiple pets, seniors, busy parents, clients who work from home, and clients with limited transportation or limited mobility.  If your pet is difficult to transport due to their size, health conditions, or motion sickness, then MobileVet Memphis is for you.  You will appreciate the individual attention you will receive from Dr. Moffatt while she delivers quality medical care to your pet.  Any time you spend waiting will be in the comfort of your own home.

MobileVet Memphis serves the metropolitan area including most of Shelby County and parts of Fayette County and Desoto County.  If you are not sure if we can service your area, please give us a call.  Our practice is limited to dogs and cats.  
  • Memphis,TN 
  • Phone 901.569.3683
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  • Monday through Friday by appointment only for wellness, surgery or home euthanasia
  • **Weekend euthanasia may be available- EMAIL for availability
  • Dr. Amy Serino Moffatt

    Dr. Moffatt is a native Memphian and a 2001 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.  She also completed a small animal rotating internship at the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.  She has been practicing veterinary medicine in Memphis since 2002 and has seen a need in the community for mobile services.  MobileVet Memphis hit the road in November 2008.

    Dr. Moffatt enjoys playing soccer, running, traveling, and spending time with her husband and children.  She has three dogs and four cats that are wonderful companions.  She is a working mother and understands that sometimes naps, carpool, music lessons, and sports get in the way of getting your pet to the vet.  She has cared for her own elderly grandparents and helped them keep their pets as companions. That is why she will come to you!
    Years in Practice:
    May 30, 2001
    University of Tennessee