Cats and Dogs

Basic Wellness Services

The team at MBM Clinic has a mission to end pet overpopulation and to provide much-needed, affordable veterinary care in order to support pet owners in their efforts to care for dogs and cats by offering BASIC WELLNESS SERVICES.



Wellness Days are Thursdays and Fridays 9:00am — 4:00pm

Wellness Days include walk-in services for reduced-cost vaccines with our Licensed Veterinary Technician as well as scheduled appointments with our veterinarian for routine physicals, minor illnesses and general care.

We carry flea/tick preventative, heartworm preventative, dewormer, joint supplements, and more to help you provide affordable, basic, veterinary care for your pet!

* Please note that by law, prescription medications can not be dispensed without an established relationship between our veterinarians and your pet. This means your pet needs a recent exam to receive some medications.


MBM Spay/Neuter Clinic Wellness Services offers TWO options:

Licensed Veterinary Technician Visits: Services offered during Vet Tech visits do not require an exam fee or appointment. This is a walk-in service similar to our former vaccine clinics.

For Walk-In Tech Visits ONLY -print and complete this form in advance if possible.

  • Vaccines

  • Deworming

  • Nail Trims

  • Anal Gland Expression

  • Ear Care (plucking and cleaning)

  • Microchipping

  • Laboratory Bloodwork (basic pre-surgical panels and comprehensive panels)

  • Testing (heartworm & tick-borne diseases, fecal, feline leukemia & FIV)

Veterinarian Appointments: Services offered during an appointment with our veterinarian require a scheduled appointment and will be charged a small exam fee.

* See "Wellness Appointment Types" below to help choose what type of appointment you want to schedule with our veterinarian.

  • Puppy and kitten initial exams

  • Annual physicals

  • Ear concerns

  • Eye concerns

  • Skin problems

  • Minor gastrointestinal (stomach) issues

  • Urinary issues

  • Minor upper respiratory problems

  • Minor wound care

  • Geriatric care and support

  • End-of-life care (euthanasia for patients at the end of life

To schedule a appointment, call the clinic at 276-591-5790 or click the Wellness APPOINTMENT tab.


* Prices listed are for exam only.

* If your pet needs further testing or treatments, our staff will discuss a detailed plan with you regarding additional costs.

WELLNESS APPOINTMENT TYPES & PRICES

Veterinarian Physical Exam and Consultation $25

This wellness exam is ideal for owners that want to visit with the veterinarian and discuss any concerns they may have about their pet. This includes a routine wellness check-up that checks your pet from nose-to-tail.

Express Veterinary Exam $15

Full exam of your pet by our veterinarian with a report card to go home. Owners DO NOT accompany their pets.

Sick Office Visits $25
While we don't offer emergency (life-threatening) services or hospitalization, sick office visits are appropriate for pets experiencing minor digestive, respiratory, urinary, skin, eye, ear issues.

Senior Office Visit $25
A comprehensive exam designed especially for senior pets that includes a nose-to-tail examination as well as diagnostic testing.

Recheck Appointment $15
A follow-up visit pertaining to a medical condition previously diagnosed by our veterinarian.

Vet Tech Visit — No Exam Fee

A Vet Tech Visit is similar to a vaccine clinic visit. This is appropriate for services such as, updating vaccines, testing, flea/tick treatment, nail trims, and anal gland expression.

**Vet Tech Visits can be walk-ins or by appointment.

For Walk-Ins ONLY — print and complete this form in advance if possible.


Due to the constraints of our spay/neuter clinic and the lack of radiography (X-ray) equipment, as well as not being able to hospitalize patients, we will NOT be able to see or help with the following:

* This list is NOT all-inclusive as we cannot predict every concern a pet owner may have

Orthopedic issues

Coughing (this is usually infectious or needs radiographs)

Open mouth breathing

Known ingestion of foreign body objects

Sudden collapse

Seizures

Known diabetic patients with concerns related to diabetes

Lumps and bumps except cats with abscesses

Convenience or behavioral euthanasia

Other concerns best addressed at a full-service veterinary clinic