PetDoc2U Mobile Veterinary Clinic is proud to serve the Encinitas CA and surrounding area for in home veterinary care. Our mobile veterinary clinic is owned by Dr. Sue Spray, DVM, DACLAM, and her husband Theron. Recently, Dr. Heather Moss and Julia Gibbons joined us to better provide clients with state of the art veterinary care right in their home.
Our team is committed to providing clients information on how to keep their pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and exercise. PetDoc2U Mobile Veterinary Clinic stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian medicine and above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery.
Dr. Sue Spray DVM, DACLAM
"Caring for pets in their own environment allows us to better evaluate them and provide personalized care where they're most comfortable"
Dr. Spray and Theron have been married for 40 years and share many interests including the development of PetDoc2U. Theron retired as an electrical engineer in the aerospace industry to work with Dr. Spray full time. In addition to excelling as a veterinary assistant/lab technician, Theron manages the practice and keeps the books. He also worked closely with Dr. Spray to develop the state of the art mobile clinic from which they work. His talent in many varied areas makes him an integral part of the veterinary team. His other interests include traveling, woodworking, hiking, home improvement and videography.
Dr. Heather Moss, DVM
Dr. Moss was born and raised in New Jersey, with 5 siblings and many household pets. She knew she wanted to be a vet from a very young age. After attending Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, Dr. Moss moved to San Diego, where she worked as a veterinary technician and took classes at San Diego State University in order to fulfill all of the requirements for veterinary school. Dr. Moss received her DVM from UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She then completed an Internship in Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Surgery and Emergency Medicine at the Animal Specialty Group in San Diego. After working for many years in small animal general practice, Dr. Moss took time off to spend with her family. She is excited to get back to practicing veterinary medicine and apply all she has continued to learn over the years. Dr. Moss has particular interest in Internal Medicine and Preventative Care in dogs and cats. When she is not working or learning about veterinary medicine, Dr. Moss enjoys hiking, running, biking, taking care of her pets, cooking for her family, and spending time at home with her husband and three teenagers.
Julia is the daughter of Dr. Moss, and enjoys working with her mom as a veterinary assistant. She graduated from Canyon Crest Academy in 2019, and is currently studying biology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Julia has always loved animals, and is glad to be working with dogs and cats. Over the years Julia has enjoyed training, and loving on her two family dogs, Duke and Kia. When she isn’t working, Julia spends most of her time on a bike, training for both mountain and road bike races.