(Animal Transport Unit)
An animal transport vehicle with basic medication and supplies.
Fitted with both fixed and removable cage banks to accommodate and transport all shapes and sizes.
(Animal Care Unit)
A small animal vet clinic that allows metropolitan based veterinarians to increase their current client base. These vehicles will allow simple procedures to be done whilst on the road.
Particularly targeted at breeding fraternity and those potential customers that are unable to travel easily to clinics, because of physical ailment, lack of transport or location.
Will also be fitted with animal transport cages to allow relocation of animal back to stationary clinic for more complicated procedures. Popular with Wildlife emergency care organizations. Available with a range of optional equipment.
(Animal Hospital Unit)
A medium to large animal mobile vet hospital that allows access to clients in regional and difficult to access locations. This series of clinic is the largest in the range and will be set-up to allow most surgical procedures ordinarily completed in a stationary clinic. Vehicle is fitted with all the standard equipment found in the conventional veterinary hospital, including operating table, examination table, either deep or prep and treatment tubs with hot and cold running water, temperature controlled storage for consumables etc.
Vehicle will be fitted with accommodation for both animals whilst in recovery and the veterinarians whilst on the road for weeks at a time and includes toilet and shower.
Both EasyVet ACU and EasyVet AHU vehicles come with a range of options including a trailer mounted horse crush, x-ray equipment, digital radiography, dental equipment, anaesthetic equipment, digital scales, auto clave, theatre lighting , blood equipment, Oximeters etc.