Welcome to Mayo Veterinary Services
Our MOBILE practice is best known for our surgical expertise in Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) repair, but we are also widely respected for our work in many other areas of both orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, as well as regenerative medicine.
Mayo Veterinary Services gives pet owners convenient, and often more affordable, access to a trusted Veterinarian. Dr. Mayo's years of experience as a Veterinarian, Surgeon, and Educator have required him to keep up with the most current information and technology in the rapidly developing veterinary field allowing him to provide his patients with the best possible care.
Mayo Veterinary Services works in partnership with many clinics across Western Washington (including; Ferndale, Kulshan, Mount Vernon, Arlington, Snoqualmie, Renton, Kent, Tacoma, and Spanaway).
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment or gathering more information at a clinic nearest to you, please call our office at (425) 967-7999. We are often away from our office phone but are readily reachable by email. (If you would like to request an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org , and provide us with medical records, contact information, and current problem. We cannot provide medical or surgical advice to pet owners outside of the state of Washington as our current licensing requirements do not allow us to do so. We do not offer complimentary record reviews or telephone consultations without seeing your pet first.)
In most cases, we can meet or beat (reasonable) surgical estimates from reputable Surgeons/Veterinarians in the Puget Sound Area that you may already have, but only at limited locations and you MUST bring in a physical copy of the estimate. Please note we are NOT able to offer you surgical estimates over the phone without seeing your pet first (and establishing a diagnosis). We are happy to point you in the right direction of a more affordable practice if you have cost concerns. Prices are different at every clinic we offer our services at and we have control over that.
Payment for our services is through the veterinary office where the procedure is performed. We rarely accept direct payment.