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Quality veterinary care in the comfort of your home.


Mobile Services

No more anxiety-filled car rides or stressful waits in a noisy exam room; with ZumiVet Mobile, we come to you! Scroll down to learn more about our veterinary services.

Regular vaccinations are one of the cornerstones of good preventive health care for dogs and cats. When administered by your veterinarian, vaccines provide cost-effective protection against infectious and contagious diseases for both pets and people. Vaccines help prevent many contagious illnesses, including ones that can be fatal, that pets may encounter if they are outdoors at all, socialize with other animals in public places, or travel with you.
Health Certificates

ZumiVet can help provide you with interstate and international health certificates. When traveling with your cat or dog, many states and most countries will require a veterinary health certificate to be completed by a USDA accredited veterinarian. You can check the requirements for your destination here:

Lab Testing

Is your cat or dog not feeling well? We’re fully equipped to run diagnostics to get you a quick diagnosis and treatment plan. Routine lab testing also helps us to monitor your pet’s internal health and catch problems early. Samples will be collected at your pet’s appointment. For pets that are feeling very ill, we can run abbreviated blood panels on-site and receive results within about 20 minutes to see if a visit to the emergency room is necessary. Otherwise, samples are sent to our reference laboratory, with most test results available the next day. Our testing includes blood, urine, fecal, heartworm testing and more.

Our staff has significant training and experience in recognizing, diagnosing, and treating diseases of the hair, skin, ears, and nails of animals. We can also help with allergy treatments! By performing thorough exams and diagnostics, we’ll find the right combination of medication and other forms of treatment to help with your pet’s skin issues. Your pet does not need to suffer any longer.
In-Home Euthanasia
Let us help you say goodbye with dignity and grace. When the time comes, we’ll be able to provide an in-home euthanasia service. Doing this at home is nice because it saves your pet from a stressful trip to the vet. You will never feel rushed or crowded, and you will have time and space to grieve for your beloved pet. We will also assist with transporting their body and aftercare accommodations such as cremation.
For minor issues or if you would like to have a conversation with Dr. McCalley about a new health concern that may not require a full house call and exam, a Telemedicine consult via video, phone or text is available. Note: This service is only available for established patients that have had an exam within the last 12 months.
Wellness Exams

We provide ongoing preventive health care for your pet. Think of us as your full-time veterinarian that just happens to come to your home.

We’ll be there to provide ongoing wellness care for your pet as they move through new stages of life. Our exams include a full nose-to-tail inspection so that we’re fully aware of your pet’s overall health. We’ll also be sure to discuss any changes you’ve noticed in your pet, vaccinations, nutrition, lifestyle, and parasite prevention during these visits.

Nutritional Consultations

Feeding a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy weight can increase life expectancy, quality of life, decrease the risk of many diseases (such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease), and help manage chronic medical conditions. ZumiVet will include a nutritional assessment and a weight evaluation in every health evaluation for every pet. We will also evaluate trends in your pet’s weight, as weight gain or weight loss can be signs of an underlying disease or may indicate a need to change your feeding regimen.


Just as it’s important for you to see a dentist regularly, it’s important for dogs and cats as well. Your pet’s oral health is directly connected to their overall health. Signs of dental disease include:

  • Bad breath
  • Loose, broken, or missing teeth
  • Yellow or brown teeth
  • Red, inflamed, or bleeding gums.
  • Difficulty or pain when chewing
  • Pawing at the mouth
  • Excessive drooling

If you notice any of these symptoms, please contact our team, and we’ll be happy to help provide dental cleanings, dental surgery, and dental extractions for your pet.

*These services will be provided by our doctor, Dr. McCalley, at Purple Paws Pet Clinic in Coronado on Mondays of each week. 


Our team is highly skilled and experienced in performing a wide variety of pet surgeries using modern techniques, cutting edge equipment, and always adhering to the strictest standards of safety and care. We provide surgical options in a clean and safe environment. Our surgical services include spays and neuters, mass removals, and other routine surgeries such as eyelid mass removals, stenotic nares corrective surgery for brachycephalic breeds, gastropexy, cystotomy, umbilical hernia repair, and wound repair.

*These services will be provided by our doctor, Dr. McCalley, at Purple Paws Pet Clinic in Coronado on Mondays of each week.

Laser Therapy

This treatment uses a therapeutic laser that produces light in specific wavelengths to stimulate healing, reduce inflammation and alleviate pain. Laser therapy is commonly used on wounds, orthopedic injuries, neurologic injuries and osteoarthritis.


Dr. McCalley is a certified canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT). Rehabilitation involves a thorough orthopedic and/or neurological evaluation to precisely determine what is limiting a pet’s mobility and causing them pain. Based on the evaluation, a tailored treatment and home exercise plan are created to help restore your pet’s function and alleviate pain. Rehabilitation techniques involve cold laser therapy, electrical stimulation of muscles, massage therapy, and strengthening exercises. Rehabilitation is commonly recommended for:

  • Orthopedic injuries (ex: cranial cruciate ligament tears, elbow dysplasia, hip dysplasia, achilles tendonitis, medial shoulder instability)
  • Neurological disorders (ex: intervertebral disc disease, degenerative myelopathy)
  • Geriatric pets
  • Arthritis
  • Limb and spine deformities
  • Amputees

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