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Mobile Vet Services LLC is a mixed animal practice located in Gulfport, MS. We are also an ambulatory service providing emergency Farm calls and scheduled Farm call appointments. While we offer only large animal emergency services; for all small animal emergencies please contact Gulf Coast Veterinary Emergency Hospital in Biloxi, MS at 228-392-7474. We are currently staffed by two Veterinarians, owner Dr. Jeff Peterman and associate Dr. Ryan Byrd. Here at Mobile Vet our motto is “Good Medicine is Good Business”. We understand that today's economy is tough and we want to provide the best service possible at a reasonable fee. We have been in business since 1996. We are from the coast and for the coast. We are active members in our community. We love animals and we show it through the care we provide them. We value our clients and hope to see you soon.
Dr. Jeff Peterman
Gulfport Veterinarian | Mobile Vet Services LLC | 228-831-9123
17342 Hwy 53
Gulfport, MS 39503
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