House Calls Mobile Pet Clinic

House Calls Mobile Pet Clinic is a full-service mobile veterinary medical facility, serving the Villages, FL and surrounding communities. Dr. Rebecca Fratello and technician Robin Degatina seek to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We offer these attributes in the comfort of your own home - we come to you! We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find our more information about how House Calls Mobile Pet Clinic can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
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  • 166 Juniper Trail
  • Ocala,FL 34480
  • Phone: (352) 815-0404
  • Fax: (352) 732-4257
  • Email Us
  • Mon-Sun: By Appointment
  • For after hours emergency care call (352) 728-4440.
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    Rebecca Fratello, DVM

    "Dr. Rebecca" graduated with honors from Auburn University in 2001. She practiced at a mixed-animal hospital for 4 years before hitting the road to bring her services to her client's door. "I love the closeness I feel with both my clients and my patients," she says. "Being in the place where the pets feel most comfortable allows me to see their true personalities and why our clients love them so much! Though I won't say all my patients are glad to see me show up at their door, it is much easier for them and their owners to not have to travel." Dr. Fratello shares her small farm in Ocala with husband Jay, three children (Tristan, 9; Brooklyn, 6; and Addison, 4) as well as 4 horses, 3 cats, a dog, 5 chickens and a pot-bellied pig. Currently her passions are CrossFit and running sprint and half-Ironman distance triathlons.
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    Robin Degatina

    Certified Dental Technician
    Robin and Dr. Fratello have worked together for 12 years, first at a mixed animal practice and now on the mobile unit. She retired after 20 years in the military and moved to Florida, only to begin her second career as a veterinary assistant. Robin has many roles on the unit, from official driver, to receptionist, janitorial staff, dental technician, and the list goes on. Robin divides her time among 4 dogs, 4 horses, 2 cats, 2 goats, 2 squirrels, a rabbit, and her husband Jim. She also has 2 grown children, Megan and Zachary.