Amy Wolf has operated her mobile veterinary service for more than a decade, but will soon add a brick-and-mortar location to focus on urgent care for cats and dogs.

 Her first business, Wolf Veterinary Services, launched in 2011. “I work out of my SUV, seeing dogs and cats in a home setting, mostly for wellness checks and minor illnesses,” said Wolf. “I wanted to get my own place so I didn’t have to refer my clients out for dental work, surgeries or hospitalizations.”

 Wolf said that since the COVID pandemic, “vets have been extremely busy, and there’s been a lot of exodus from the field. I’ve been hearing that people couldn’t get in with their regular veterinarian,” she said.

 She decided to expand her practice and open Prompt Vet, a clinic that will offer same-day urgent care if people can’t get into see their regular veterinarians. Wolf said she will also continue to make house calls to her existing clients.

 Wolf has signed a lease for 4337 Conestoga Dr., located in a retail center across from Meijer. Hope Veterinary operated out of the space until August 2022, so Wolf said it only needed minor modifications to accommodate her practice, primarily cosmetic updates.

 She plans to hire a receptionist, vet assistants and certified veterinary technicians to be able to operate with a staff of six people, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

 “I’m super excited to be able to alleviate some of the pressure from the regular clinics,” said Wolf, who hopes to have Prompt Vet open by late April.