Cleveland Clinic Mobile Veterinary Service is a small mobile practice that comes directly to you and your furry ones. We are excited to take away the travel time and waiting room time that you and your cats and dogs would have to endure by making a trip to your normal Veterinary Hospital. We know how important your pet's health is to you, and we will provide quality preventative medicine as well as treat them, should they fall ill.
Dr. Cleveland started working at an animal hospital in NC, in 1995, while working towards her Bachelors degree at Methodist University. After completing her studies there, she went to Fayetteville State University to work on a Masters Degree and complete her pre-veterinary courses, while continuing to work as a veterinary technician. Dr. Cleveland then moved to Perth, Australia where she attended Murdoch University School of Veterinary and Biomedical Science, to complete her veterinary studies. After enjoying her time in Australia and traveling, she now resides in Martinsburg, WV with her husband and many furry animals.
Dr. Cleveland enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, but has a special interest in preventative medicine and gastrointestinal diseases.
Dr. Cleveland is an avid sports fan, and in her free time, she enjoys cheering for the Washington Capitals,
the Redskins and West Virginia Mountaineers.
We recommend yearly comprehensive physical examinations to ensure your pets overall health is in good standing. A physical exam includes checking the eyes and ears, listening to the heart and lungs, as well as examining the mouth to stay ahead of dental disease. We will also be monitoring overall health by monitoring your pets haircoat quality (which can indicate various metabolic and allergic diseases), as well as their body condition to ensure they are maintaining a proper weight. All findings in a physical exam will be discussed with you and we can make changes together, to ensure your pet stays healthy. We also recommend yearly fecal exams to ensure there are no intestinal parasites or bacteria, which can harm your pet. If a parasite or bacteria (round worms, hook worms, whip worms, tape worms or giardia) are detected on these routine screenings, these can be easily treated.
Preventative Health Vaccines
Yearly, as well as every three year vaccines are necessary to protect your pets health. Core vaccines for dogs include: Distemper/Parvo and Rabies. Depending on your dog’s lifestyle and their environment, we may recommend other vaccines, such as Leptospirosis (a bacteria which is spread through urine, and can infect dogs, rodents and humans), Lyme (a tick-borne illness),and Bordetella (kennel cough). Core vaccines for cats include Distemper and Rabies. Depending on your cats lifestyle, we may recommend a feline Leukemia vaccine as well. The age of your pet is dependent on how frequently these vaccines are needed, and we are happy to explain this to you in detail.
Heartworm Screening & Prevention
Heartworm Disease is passed to dogs through infected mosquitoes and can be deadly if undetected or not treated. We recommend yearly heartworm testing and monthly prevention to ensure your dog stays protected.
Flea and Tick Prevention
There is no true “flea season”, as fleas can thrive in cold and warm temperatures. They reproduce very rapidly and can cause an infestation very quickly. Aside from dermatological issues, such as flea allergy dermatitis and hot spots, they can also cause intestinal parasites (tape worms), as well as transmit a bacterium called Bartonella, which can infect cats and humans. Ticks can cause serious infections with Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis and Anaplasmosis. We recommend year around flea and tick prevention.
Every once in blue moon, your pet may feel the need to go roaming on their own adventure, and they may not be able to find their way home. Luckily, they can be safely returned to you if they have a microchip, which stores your information. A microchip can be safely implanted between the shoulders on a routine visit from your veterinarian.
In Home Euthanasia
We wish we could keep them forever, but unfortunately, we only get to borrow them for a little while. When the time comes to say goodbye to your loved one, we can provide this service in the comfortable surroundings of your home. We will assist with all aspects of decisions that need to be made before and after you say goodbye.
Unconditional Love and Care
No description necessary.
A detailed estimate can be provided for you, prior to your appointment. Please call or email us if you would like an estimate.
Availability & Service Areas
Hours of Operation:
Appointments on Monday and Tuesday, 10am-5pm. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 10am-4pm.
Out of hours appointments can be arranged, especially for emergencies. We will make every attempt to arrive at our scheduled time, however emergencies and traffic can be unpredictable. You will be notified if we are running late.
Servicing the following areas:
Certain counties in West Virginia and Virginia. Please call or email to see if we service your area.
Associations & Partners
Regional Veterinary Referral Center
The Regional Veterinary Referral Center is located in the heart of the Northern Virginia – Washington, DC metropolitan area. It is a comfortable combination of both old and new. The Emergency Service Department has been well established (since 1985) in the community and is the central connection between you, your pet, your primary veterinarian and the other specialists within the Center. Our facility is well over 9500 square feet and still growing. The Center boasts some of the most advanced diagnostic/treatment modalities offered in veterinary medicine today. We are one of only a few facilities in the mid-Atlantic region to offer an on-site MRI and CATScan service, radiation therapy via a linear accelerator and the presence of a Board Certified Cardiologist, Clinical Pathologist, Dermatologist, Internist, Medical Oncologist, Neurologist, Radiation Oncologist, Radiologist, two Surgeons as well as a Rehabilitative Therapy program complete with underwater treadmill.