Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic

Great Falls Veterinary Clinic, Animal Clinic and Dog Veterinarian

About Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic

Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic is owned and operated by Dr. Loran Keller DVM. Dr. Keller received his veterinary education at and graduated from University of California, School Of Veterinary Medicine, at Davis California. He has had experience dealing with a large variety of animal species during his career, but now limits his practice to working only with dogs and cats.

Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic was started by Dr. Keller in March of 1987 as a means of providing affordable health care for dogs and cats in a convenient and relaxed setting.

Services provided include routine wellness health check-ups, immunizations, dental care, x-rays, surgery including routine procedures such as spays and neuters as well as other necessary operations as required to maintain or return your pet to health. Microchipping of pets for permanent identification is also provided.

Your pets are not just pets; they are members of your family. When Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic deals with any of our Great Falls clientele, that thought is at the front of our minds. We realize that our clients come to us to make sure that their pets live long and happy lives. Keller's Mobile Veterinary Clinic takes this responsibility very seriously because we are pet lovers too. We want the pet owners of Great Falls to know that we will do all we can to make your pet as comfortable and happy as possible during their visits.

Appointment

So that the operation of the clinic goes smoothly we work by scheduled appointment. We give priority to emergency cases which may result in a delay in your scheduled appointment. Please be sure to have a responsible person home at your appointment time. Since there are numbers of variables that affect Dr. Keller’s arrival time (like traffic, and un-anticipated delays on previous appointments) it may vary slightly from scheduled appointment, please allow at least 15 minutes leeway. If greater delay is unavoidable, Dr. Keller will attempt to make contact with you to so advise.

Appointments may be carried out either in the home or in the mobile van, according to circumstances and requirements for successful provision of required service.

Pets requiring surgical and/or anesthetic procedures are picked up in the morning and returned later in the afternoon.

For first-time clients, basic information forms for both client and patient must be completed.

Payment

Services are billed on site and payment is required at the time of service. Payment may be by cash, check, or credit card (MC, Visa, Discover).