Dr. Danielle (Dani) LaMarr initiated Pet-Fixer Mobile Veterinary service in 1998 to reach out and help those in need. Dr. Dani graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 and started practicing at the Atlanta Humane Society as a way of giving back to the community. While there, she was fortunate to meet a sweet lady by the name of Helen. Helen was an elderly lady who smuggled her cat Felix in her purse after the taxi driver told her no cats allowed. Helen didn’t have a choice she lived in a retirement community, she did not drive, but she desperately needed medical attention for her furry friend. After Dr. Dani cleaned out Helens purse- she told her that she would never have to smuggle Felix in again. From that point on the art and compassion of house calls were born. Pet-Fixer Mobile Veterinary Service started out of Dr. Dani’s personal car with medical bag in tow. It grew into a small van with an examination table to what is now a full service hospital on wheels equipped with a surgical suite, X-ray machine, and practically all of the luxury of a standing clinic except this one stands in your driveway!
Dr. Dani has not stopped in her efforts to reach out to the community. The Pet-Fixer mobile hospital is often seen at local schools teaching children about veterinary medicine and the infinite possibilities for them in the future. Dr Dani is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Tuskegee Alumnae Association, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Dr. Dani strives to provide top-quality veterinary medicine curb side in an environment everyone is comfortable in.
“I understand that your pet is not just a pet!” ” I have two rescued yorkies and they are my babies!”
“Taking cats into a clinic is not always easy, many people have multiple pets, and many pets just do better at home. No more cages, no more long waits, no more mess in the car. I come to you and care for your pets needs from nose to wagging tail!”