Reed Veterinary Services is a mobile veterinary clinic that serves the metro Detroit area.
Our lead doctor, Dr. Andralika Reed, DVM, is a licensed veterinarian in the state of Michigan who specializes in preventative medicine, diagnostics, and the best available treatment possible to keep your pet healthy. Healthy pets make happy hearts!
Vaccinations are important for the health of your furry family member. Neglecting to get your pets vaccinated can cause them to experience life-threatening diseases. Ask more about what vaccinations are recommended for your pet to have a healthy, happy life!
Diagnostics and Treatment
Whether your pet has an itchy ear or has been sick from vomiting or diarrhea, diagnostics such as blood work, microscopic identification of masses, and microscopic identification of ear exudate can give us more information about how to treat your pet properly. Our goal is to get your furry family member feeling like themselves again!
Are you planning to travel internationally and would like to take man's best friend along for the ride? Most countries do require that a USDA-accredited licensed veterinarian complete a health certificate and physical exam before travel. This may include getting your pet up to date on vaccinations before departure. We are here to make sure your pet can enjoy the adventure as well! Inquire about getting a health certificate for your next trip with your pet today!
Unfortunately, the time will come when you and your furry family member will have to part ways. Here at Reed Veterinary Services, bedside manner, empathy, and compassion are of paramount importance. Allowing your pet to peacefully pass away in his or her natural environment may be an option. Cremation, memorabilia, and peaceful burial is also offered. Call us to inquire more.
Your pet deserves the best care!
Dr. Andralika Reed, DVM, was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Her passion for animals started at a very young age. In elementary school, Andralika decided she would be a veterinarian. From that point on, she began to read books at the library to learn as much information about the profession as possible.
Dr. Reed graduated from undergraduate school with a bachelors degree in Animal and Poultry Science from Tuskegee University. She applied to veterinary school at Tuskegee University and was accepted. Dr. Reed graduated from Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018.
Andralika has been compassionately serving the Metro Detroit area as a licensed veterinarian for five years. Special interests include clinical pathology and internal medicine. She loves to educate clients and strengthen the human-animal bond.
Dr. Andralika Reed met her husband, Corealan Jimmerson, at Tuskegee University in 2011, and they married in 2014. Dr. Andralika has two children, Kori (5) and Jace (3). Dr. Reed has one German shepherd dog named Sloane.
Andralika’s hobbies include playing sports, staying active (indoor and outdoor), gardening plants, and spending time with her family doing outdoor and indoor activities.
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It is important to know what diseases your pet may be exposed to in their current environment. In the state of Michigan, the following diseases are prevalent, and we advise you to take precautions. Routine vaccinations and preventative medicine is a great way to keep your furry babies safe.
Leptospirosis is a spirochete that causes kidney failure, liver failure, and subsequent platelet abnormalities. It is life-threatening. Leptospirosis is endemic in Michigan due to seasonal heavy rainfall and the prevalence of vectors such as rats, cats, dogs, and other forms of wildlife. Leptospirosis is transmitted through contact with infected urine. This disease is zoonotic, meaning that it can be transmitted from animals to humans. Please ask about this vaccine today to prevent this insufferable disease.
Rabies is a viral disease that is not only life-threatening but also zoonotic. This virus affects the central and peripheral nervous systems of its host. This virus is transmitted through the saliva of infected animals. Ensuring that your pet is up-to-date on his or her rabies vaccination is mandated by law to ensure general public health. The rabies vaccine is also a safe and effective way to keep your pet free from this deadly viral disease.
Parvovirus is a very deadly viral disease that violently attacks the gastrointestinal tract of your pet. Bloody diarrhea and vomiting are the most common symptoms. Patients commonly affected by this virus are often unvaccinated. Many dogs (especially young dogs and puppies) are susceptible, and unfortunately, death can occur. Transmission of Parvovirus is via the fecal-oral route. This virus is highly contagious, so the eggs can be anywhere! The good news is that there is a safe and effective vaccine to prevent this virus from gravely affecting your dog.
Heartworm disease is a parasitic disease that your pet can get from a mosquito bite. This disease is endemic in Michigan. It is highly recommended that your pet have a heartworm test at least once a year and stay on heartworm prevention all year to prevent this disease. Ask more about this preventable disease today!
Thank you for trusting us to care for your beloved furry family member. Here at Reed Veterinary Services, we take quality care and compassion towards our patients very seriously.
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Mobile Clinic Hours
Monday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm