Mobile Veterinary Unit (1962)

A mobile veterinary unit is a vehicle that is equipped with veterinary equipment and supplies and used to provide veterinary services on the go. Mobile veterinary units are typically used to provide veterinary care to animals in remote or underserved areas where traditional veterinary clinics may not be easily accessible.

Mobile veterinary units can be staffed by one or more veterinarians and may offer a wide range of services, such as wellness exams, vaccinations, dental cleanings, spay/neuter surgeries, and diagnostic testing. The unit may also be equipped with a pharmacy to dispense medications and other treatments.

The Veterinary Ambulance run by CAMP are designed to address the Indian needs. “CAMP” has expertise in fleet management with a cumulative fleet size of over vehicles deployed in 1962 Service. Camp has started this service in UP with 116 Fleet.