Blue Door Veterinary Services is the first veterinary service to offer the first custom-outfitted, 26-foot mobile clinic in Oregon. The mobile unit is fully equipped to compete with brick and mortar practices in technology and capabilities.
The full-service veterinary hospital on wheels was designed by founder, Dr. Meridith Dawson (vet) to offer exceptional animal care along with convenience that benefits the pets of the Portland, Oregon area and their humans. Dr. Sarah Wilkinson (vet), Wendi Tabor (client coordinator), Sammie Moore (CVT), Erin Glover (CVT student), and Jamie Kimsey (vet assistant) together with the founder, make up the dedicated and animal-loving team of Blue Door.
Blue Door Vet services provide mobile veterinary care to the greater Portland community. The mobile veterinary service in Oregon serves all of Multnomah County. Pet owners of the surrounding counties of Oregon are also cordially invited to explore the many veterinary services offered by Blue Door.
The offered services include but are not limited to, complete surgical suite, on-site laboratory, mobile x-ray suite, vaccines, dentistry, and preventive care.
The state-of-the-art facility with a full veterinary surgery suite equipped with complete monitoring technology provides comprehensive diagnostic services and also offers compassionate at-home pet euthanasia in Portland, and pet hospice care along with customized treatment right at the doorstep.
This mobile veterinary service from Oregon also offers a pet ambulance service to help the pet owners transport their pet to an emergency hospital where they can receive longer-term treatment if needed. It also provides general husbandry and some basic veterinary services for many pocket pets and hobby farm animals, including chickens, goats, sheep, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, rabbits, and many more.
Wellness exams, micro-chipping, spaying and neutering for the new pet, nutrition and behavior counseling, and tips for training for new pet owners are also offered as a service by this mobile veterinary clinic of Oregon.
Need for Mobile Veterinary Services
While in the past, the human medical field has offered in-home nursing and diagnostic services, the veterinary field is now following this trend and working to help provide more convenient and quality care in pet owner’s homes.
Several factors including reducing stress, providing convenience, and lessening the risk of disease transmission have led to the creation of this desirable mobile, in-home veterinary service.