At Home Pet Vet

At Home Pet Vet is dedicated to providing quality veterinary care in the comfort of your home.

At Home Pet Vet is a house call practice that provides high quality and convenient at-home veterinary care for dogs and cats in the Beaumont and surrounding areas. Our highly trained veterinarian and staff provide quality integrative and compassionate care. We take the time to develop individualized, comprehensive pet wellness care and preventative programs to suit your pet’s specific needs. Being in the comfort of your own home provides a less stressful environment for your furry family member, as well as you!

Most visits to an animal clinic can easily be accomplished outside of the usual hospital setting. At Home Pet Vet offers a variety of services from:
• Acupuncture
• Vaccinations
• Wellness and Comprehensive Examinations
• Heartworm and Felv/FIV testing
• Full Bloodwork and Urinalysis
• Fecal Testing
• Hospice Care
• Pain Management
• In-home Euthanasia
• USDA Health Certificates

For appointments please call or text:

Top 10 Reasons to Go Mobile:

10. Decreased exposure to disease

9. Convenience

8. Less stress on your pet (and you)

7. No fighting traffic

6. Wait comfortably on your couch

5. No cleaning pet hair, vomit, pee or poop out of your car

4. No awkward lifting of heavy dogs in your car

3. Multiple pets can be seen during same visit

2. More personalized service


A Little About Myself

I am Dr. Traci McCullough (most people call me Dr. Mac). I am a small animal veterinarian and have been practicing in southeast Texas for the last 10 years. I am dedicated to providing the pets of Southeast Texas quality veterinary care and also ensuring that owners have knowledge/understanding about their pets. I have noticed over the last few years the growing need for a small animal mobile veterinarian. I am excited that I am now able to bring this service to the pets (and owners) of Southeast Texas.

I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. I attended Texas A&M University and played for their women’s soccer team. I graduated in 2003 with a Bachelors degree in Biomedical Science. After my undergrad education, I was awarded two internships: The first one was at Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glenrose, TX and the other was at Hawk Creek Wildlife Center in East Aurora, NY. After finishing the internships, I began working for the Frank Buck Zoo as an animal caretaker. I then returned to Texas A&M University as a veterinary technician for the Small Animal Clinic medicine department. I began veterinary school at Texas A&M University in 2007 and graduated in 2011. During my studies, I learned many state of the art techniques and procedures that are currently available to animals.

I live with my husband, Joseph; son, Billy; and daughter, Brooke. I have three dogs (Sully, Evie, and Ted) and three cats (Chonk, Nosey Rosy, and Flint). In my free time I like to read, visit with friends/ family, and try to mix the perfect margarita.