Mobile Veterinary Clinics FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions about Mobile Veterinary Clinics
Have questions about owning your own mobile veterinary practice? You may want to start by reading this: What to Expect with a New Mobile Veterinary Practice
Q. Do I need a special drivers license?
No, a standard drivers license is required.
Q. Will my services be limited?
No. Full service capability is possible X-ray, Surgical, Dentals, and Exams are just some of the procedures you can do.
Q. Do you offer financing?
Yes, we offer a variety of financing options.
Q. How much will a full service mobile vet clinic cost?
A well equipped unit can range between $1,700 - $3,000 a month (Depending on options) on a 7 year finance plan with no money down.
Q. Will I need assistance working the unit?
About 50% of our clients choose to have a tech on board.
Q. How many clients can I see in a day?
By appointment only, usually 5-8. If you choose to park your service at a location, you can see a much higher number of clients.
Q. What else do I need to consider about going mobile?
We offer “The Housecall Veterinarian’s Manual” by Dr. Carin A. Smith, which can address your questions and concerns. La Boit keeps these books in stock. Please call to place your order (2-3 day delivery). Her book includes:
- Advantages/Disadvantages of Housecall practice
- Scheduling your time
- Hiring employees
- Setting fees
Q. What should one look for in a well built mobile unit?
La Boit Specialty Vehicles are commercially built from the chassis up...the way it should be! Click to learn more about the difference between commercial build vs RV build.
Q. Can La Boit build trucks for overseas clients?
Definitely! We can customize the interior with the equipment that our international clients need, and we can design the exterior with graphics in any language. Read more.