Dog & Cat


Cat and dog

Preventative Care

Just like us, our four-legged friends thrive when given regular attention to their well-being. From scheduled vaccinations and annual check-ups to a balanced diet and regular exercise, our expert advice ensures that your pets lead happy, healthy lives. Learn about the importance of dental care, grooming tips, and the role of a nutritious diet in preventing common ailments. Explore our resources to create a tailored routine that not only addresses your pets' physical health but also nurtures their mental and emotional well-being. Because a proactive approach today ensures a lifetime of wagging tails and content purrs tomorrow.


Discover the peace of mind that comes with microchipping for your beloved cats and dogs. It's like a digital superhero tag for your furry friends, ensuring they're never truly lost. Forget the worries of traditional tags—microchips are the tiny, high-tech solution that lasts a lifetime. We make the process painless, and the benefits are priceless. Join us in embracing a world where a small chip means your pets are always just a scan away from being back in your arms. Because in the story of pet care, microchipping is the plot twist that keeps tails wagging and hearts at ease.

Cat being microchipped

Mission Mobile is No Longer Accepting New Clients

Mission Mobile is no longer accepting new clients at this time. Existing clients may contact us through our Request an Appointment or Contact forms or by calling us at (512) 917-9663.

Dog getting a vaccination


Dog and cat vaccines are essential for preventing serious and potentially fatal infectious diseases, protecting public health, promoting herd immunity, and ensuring the well-being of pets. Vaccination is cost-effective, contributes to a higher quality of life for animals, meets legal requirements, fosters safe environments in shared spaces, and extends the lifespan of pets by preventing life-threatening diseases. Regular veterinary visits and adherence to vaccination schedules are vital for comprehensive pet care.

Vaccination of dogs and cats involves administering vaccines to protect them against various infectious diseases. The process typically begins with an initial series of vaccinations during the early months of life, followed by periodic booster shots to maintain immunity. Common vaccines for dogs include those for distemper, parvovirus, hepatitis, Leptospirosis, kennel cough and rabies. Cats are often vaccinated against diseases like feline herpesvirus, calicivirus, panleukopenia, feline leukemia and rabies. The vaccines stimulate the immune system to produce protective antibodies, preventing or reducing the severity of these diseases. Veterinarians tailor vaccination schedules based on the pet's age, health, and lifestyle.

Regular testing and preventative measures, such as monthly oral medications or yearly injections, are essential components of a comprehensive healthcare plan for dogs and cats. They play a key role in protecting pets from the potentially devastating effects of heartworm disease and contribute to their overall health and longevity.

Cat getting vaccinated

Heartworm Disease/Prevention

Heartworm disease is a potentially serious and sometimes fatal condition in dogs and cats caused by the parasitic worm Dirofilaria immitis. These worms are transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. Once inside the animal, the worms mature and reside in the heart, lungs, and associated blood vessels, causing damage to these vital organs.

Regular testing and preventative measures, such as monthly oral medications or yearly injections, are essential components of a comprehensive healthcare plan for dogs and cats. They play a key role in protecting pets from the potentially devastating effects of heartworm disease and contribute to their overall health and longevity.

Testing and prevention for heartworm disease are crucial for several reasons:

  • Early Detection: Regular testing allows for the early detection of heartworm infection. In the early stages, the disease may not show obvious symptoms, and testing helps identify infections before they become severe.
  • Treatment Challenges: Treating advanced heartworm disease can be complex, risky, and expensive. Prevention is much more straightforward and cost-effective than treating a full-blown infection.
  • Risk of Transmission: Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes, and many regions have a high prevalence of these insects. Testing and prevention are especially important in areas where the risk of transmission is elevated.
  • Serious Health Consequences: Untreated heartworm disease can lead to severe cardiovascular and respiratory issues, organ damage, and, in extreme cases, death. Prevention helps avoid these serious health consequences.
  • Quality of Life: Prevention ensures the overall well-being and quality of life for pets by protecting them from a potentially debilitating and life-threatening disease.
  • Multi-Parasite Protection: Some heartworm preventives also offer protection against other common parasites, such as intestinal worms. This comprehensive approach helps address multiple health threats with a single treatment.
  • Community Health: Preventing heartworm disease in individual pets contributes to the overall health of the pet population and helps control the spread of the disease within communities.

Annual Bloodwork

Annual bloodwork, urine, and fecal testing are valuable tools in preventive veterinary care. It provides a comprehensive picture of a pet's health, aids in the early detection of diseases, and allows for timely interventions to maintain or improve the quality of life for dogs and cats. Regular check-ups contribute to the overall well-being of pets and help them live longer, healthier lives.

Lab work

What Our Clients Are Saying

Five stars

This exceptional duo (Dr. Rachael and Alex) was heaven sent! I will be using them for all my future vet services needs. They were so great with my silly girl and both she and I avoided our usual stress of me trying to get her in her pet taxi.

Five stars

I had surgery so to take Rudy to a vet was impossible! Mission Mobile is my lifesaver today! His ear infection is already on the mend!

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 You guys are amazing! We appreciate your patience and care with our cats. Thank you!

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Appreciated their cool, calm and collected demeanor which put me at ease. I had no idea what to expect. Very happy how everything worked out and to now have Mission Mobile Vets on tap to help us out.

Five stars

Thank you to both Dr Green and Alec Green for spending the time with me and my boys. I really appreciate the thoroughness of the evaluation. Overall, it was an absolute pleasant and professional visit. Thank you!