Welcome to the Pet Wellness Mobile Veterinary Clinic!
On Saturday November 17th we’ll be at our two east side locations. From 10AM to Noon we will be in Pickerington at Zettler Hardware . The address is 180 Postage Drive. It is just off Route 256 to the west behind Key Bank and just north of the Kohls store. Also November 17 from 1 to 3 PM we’ll be at the east side Straders Garden Center near Reynoldsburg at 7141 E. Broad Street, Columbus.
Please make a note that after today there will be a 3-month winter gap for the two east side locations, with monthly clinics resume in March.
Sunday November 18th we’ll be on the west side of Columbus again from Noon to 3 PM at the Touchless Express Car Wash and Pet Spaw, 5656 Renner Rd. It is just southwest of the Hilliard-Rome Rd. Meijer store.
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard or Discover at all of our clinics. We also have our own online store (see link above) for you to have medications mailed to your home; all order are filled quickly by Dr. Gillum personally.
This year there are more national corporate-operated pet vaccine clinics competing with us than ever Because we are an independent local family-owned business we have been forced out of all of our Tractor Supply locations, after so many years, by the highest level of Tractor Supply management. Remember — and please tell your friends — that we have been providing our pet vaccine and preventive health services in the greater Columbus area with the same veterinarian for over 11 years. In addition to Dr. Gillum, we have several amazing, helpful, dedicated vet techs and vet assistants at every clinic. We are 100% committed to continuing our clinics with great prices and services.
Please check this website frequently for updates. We are worth the extra effort.
Thank you! — Dr. Karen Gillum
We are a low-cost, quick-service mobile vaccine clinic for dogs and cats in central Ohio.
The Pet Wellness Clinics are for vaccinations, deworming, heartworm and feline leukemia tests, microchipping, flea prevention and heartworm prevention.
There are some important aspects of pet health care that we are unable to do: We don’t have the facilities, equipment or staff to diagnose or treat sick or injured pets. We do not have a veterinary hospital and we do not see pets except at the scheduled mobile clinics. We do not perform housecalls, euthanasia, surgeries, dental cleanings or grooming.
We respect and fully support what we call the “full service” veterinary hospitals in the area. If they charge a bit more than us for certain things, it’s because their expenses are much higher — they have full-time highly trained vets and staff, and nice fully-equipped hospitals for all your pet’s more complex health care needs.
In addition to getting information from this website, you can like us on Facebook for notifications and updates. You can also call our 24-hour automated information phone number 614-707-4680 any time to hear prerecorded clinic schedule information.
To contact Dr. Karen Gillum, email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a detailed voice mail message at 614-537-1322. Be patient as there may be a delay before we are able to respond to messages. For any pet health issue or concern that will require extended discussion and vet time, you must bring your pet to one of our clinics for a paid ($25) vet consultation.