Las Vegas Veterinarians

in Las Vegas, NV

133
Veterinarians are
in Las Vegas

80
Veterinarians in Las Vegas
are top rated

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MARSHA C.
"I have been taking my animals to Dr.
for more than 10 years. At this point, he is almost family. The facility is spacious, modern, and clean. The staff is" friendly, well-trained, and attentive. Where this veterinary practice truly excels is in the level of care. It is exquisite. Both Dr.
and Dr.
are very competent, thorough, and compassionate. They are genuinely as concerned for my pet's health and well being as I am. A year ago, Dr.
sat with my family as we witnessed the last breath of my beloved 13 year old dog, Bandit. The whole staff made that process as easy for me as possible including a sympathy card in the mail signed by the entire hospital staff. It was a thoughtful gesture which I really appreciated. In the past two years, I have referred five friends (with 7 dogs & 2 cats) to
. Each one called me after their first visit to thank me for recommending Dr.
. If you have a pet and live in Las Vegas, you really should be taking them here!
C
Rated by
Martin S.
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was one of several animal hospitals that we visited during the last 2 months of our dog's life. We found all of these animal hospitals to be comparable" in terms of their level of competence. The doctors at all of these facilities were fully trained veterinarians who, by and large, followed the same protocols, based on our personal experience with them. Dr.
gave our dog the standard treatment for renal failure. He hospitalized her and put her on an IV drip saline solution for 2-3 days. Her blood test results improved dramatically, but it only lasted for a week. So, we brought her back and he hospitalized her again for one day, putting her on an IV drip. There was a slight improvement in her blood test results again, but not as much as the first time. None of this was surprising, based on what we had been told by other vets who had basically given us no hope for our dog. After the 2nd hospitalization, Dr.
gave me 2 bags of saline solution (Lactated Ringers) to administer to her at home. We got into a routine of giving her 200 ML of saline at home every day, subcutaneously, (underneath her skin) for the rest of her life, which lasted for another two months. Administering the saline solution at home was not as difficult as I thought it would be. He also sold us a case (12 cans) of prescription dog food (Purina) for dogs with kidney failure. He also sold us a bottle of Epakatin which is a powder that you add to the dog food. It's supposed to absorb phosphorus which reduces the
on the kidney. The problem with the food he sold us is that it was beyond the expiration date. The food had expired in 12/2013. They sold it to us in 02/2014, two months after it expired. In addition, the Epakatin had no expiration date at all on the bottle, so it was impossible to determine whether or not it had expired. When I returned the food and the Epakatin to Legacy, I assumed there would be no difficulty getting a refund. However, the receptionist told me she had to clear it with Dr.
before she could give me a refund for the expired food that they sold me. I thought this was outrageous. As far as I was concerned, this was a no brainer. If you sell expired food, you should refund the money without question. They told me that Dr.
wanted to meet with me first, before they processed the refund. So, I had to wait in the office until he could see me. It was just a waste of my time. After about 15-20 minutes, they put my wife and I in a room in the back, and then Dr.
came in. One of the first things he said was that he had read my recent review of his practice on the internet. Apparently, someone had published a negative review, and he assumed it was me. It wasn't. I was in the midst of trying to save my dog's life, so the last thing I was thinking about was publishing a review of his practice. At that point, I could care less about reviewing his practice. I didn't have the time or the energy to think about it. It really annoyed me that he seemed to care more about his review than about the health of my dog. He refunded the money for the expired dog food and gave me a new (unexpired) bottle of Epakatin. They couldn't replace the Purina kidney food because all of the cans they had in the office were expired. So I had to buy it somewhere else. I gave Legacy an overall "C" evaluation because they are nothing special, in my opinion. They run a sloppy office as evidenced by their failure to keep track of expiration dates on the food and medication that they sell to their patients. In addition, when I first brought my dog in I asked Dr,
for an estimate of how much the hospitalization would cost. He deferred to his office staff. He told me they handle the pricing and billing. When I asked his office staff for an estimate, they told me they would have to speak with Dr.
about it. So, it seems as if the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. It's a very poorly run office. I should mention that there is another vet who works there. Her name is Dr.
, and she received rave reviews on Angies List. I never saw her. The only doctor I saw was Dr.
. So, you can take it for what it's worth. This was our experience. I don't blame them for the death of my dog. My dog was going to die from this condition at some point. I do blame them for the sloppy way they run their office, and their excessive concern about "reviews" of their practice. The medical treatment they provided was "competent" (except for the expired food and medication), but it was nothing special. They are average, at best.
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E B.
"ning by all i have been taking dogs to the vet's for more than forty years, these folk made me feel like me & my dog were important. i was greeted for real, &" with meaning, i would also like to say that what you read about are prices are not true, unless you are a total cheapy kind of person, i am very happy with the value I got for my money & i am a picky old man who worked intensive care for people, i left very happy & will take my dog no other place while i am in vegas - NO GAMBLE _ GOOD CARE_
bengyak

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Angie's Answers

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Hi

The first answer is pretty thorough but I would like to add a few points. 

First.. the type of food you are feeding your dog may be the key.  If you are using a food that is grain, rice or corn based in the first three ingredients, please change to a food that is meat or chicken based.  Many dogs are allergic to grain, rice, wheat and corn and these things are used as primary ingredients in many well known, name brand dog foods.  Secondly, all treats that have these ingredients should be cut out.  It takes weeks to months before a food change can show results so you must be patient.  Jumping from one food to another will be counter-productive. 

Some dogs are so allergic to flea or other insect bites that one or two bites can cause a severe reaction.  Once the itching/scratching cycle begins, it is hard to stop it.  Benadryl is good but I suggest liquid form.  You can get it inexpensively at one of the dollar stores.  The pills take time to break down in the digestive system so you get better and faster results with the liquid.One tsp= 5cc and most dogs of average size can tolerate that much and more if the dog is a larger breed.  

Allergy testing is very expensive and most dogs will test positive to some things.  That does not mean that the itching is coming from those things as many things in the environment can trigger positive test results.  Breaking the cycle of itching is primary and that can be done with prednisone ( short term and last resort after benadryl and bathing), allergy shots( same deal, last resort after easier methods).   This spring and summer have been particularly hard, weather-wise.

Good luck!

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After you search for the company, you should get the "no results" page. Scroll down just a little bit, and you'll see a button and a link that say "Add this provider." Click on that to add them to the List! Thanks for the great question.
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I'm really sorry! It looks like we made some site changes I hadn't noticed before and it made things just a little more confusing (for me, too!). We'll have to look into this to make it easier.
In the meantime, here's what you do:
1) Look for the Submit a Report button. It's yellow and on the right-hand side of the page.
2) Search for the animal cancer care clinic you're looking for. The search box should be inside a yellow bar.
3) You should see a list of potential matches, but on top of those, there should be "add a provider to the List" text in blue, which is where you'll click to get to the add page.

Let me know if you have any trouble. Sorry, again, for this being so confusing.

Veterinarian reviews in Las Vegas

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This was my first visit to
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since relocating back to Las Vegas after a thirteen year hiatus, and my second visit to a Vet close to where I now live. My first visit (
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Springs) was a horrible experience, so I had decided I was going to travel 25 miles to the other side of town to see our Vet from years past, its worth the travel for great service. However, in conversation with my new neighbors, they mentioned Legacy and how great the service was with
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Springs (why they left them). Since I now shared a similar experience with my neighbor about good and bad service, I decided to give Legacy a try.
I arrived on time, was greeted promptly, ask to fill out to some paperwork. They updated my pets microchip info (without having to ask). My Dog was calm for the most part, which was great for me filling out paperwork, but I thought it odd that he was being so good here, and was going crazy at the last place, the reason was soon to be realized. I was ask to bring him back, they weighted him (went well) and then we entered an exam room. I could hear music in the background, I though that this might be the reason, the calming effect on my dog....? The lady (sorry I don't remember your name) dropped to her knees and greeted my dog, my dog loves social interaction with people. She continued this, doing the prelim stuff prior to the doctor coming in, and at no time did my dog go crazy, she put him at ease with her attention. She left and only minutes later the doctor walks in. She introduces her self as
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, not as Dr.
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, this put me at ease, and then immediately dropped down and interacted with my dog, and again, he is calm, having a great time (at the Vet).
Dr.
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(
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) and her staff are true professionals, craftsman of the trade. Going to the Vet is stressful enough for an owner, but its ten fold for the pet, and that just wasn't the case here. My dog was calm and happy, which made me calm, the attention they should my dog spoke volumes to me about what great service is, and that it still exists in this town.
While this was only my first visit, it was also my first impression, and its 5-Star all across the board. Without a doubt, Dr.
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and her staff are the only professionals that will treat my dog in the future. I highly recommend them, Labrador Approved!
- Mike S.
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I was just at SSAH this week for a follow-up appointment for a dog that recently had a stroke, but I have been a client of SSAH since the late 1990s. Dr
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and staff have always shown the utmost in professionalism in caring for my pets. The staff is knowledgeable and courteous, and the facility is clean and well maintained. They have treated my pets for everything from routine vaccinations to diabetes to cancer, and always provided the care in a thoughtful and compassionate manner. I have also used the boarding and grooming services and found that to be top-notch as well.
- SYLVIA N.
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My dog, Poppy, became extremely lethargic so we decided to get her seen at our regular vet. They didn't have any appointments so we decided to try
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. They were very kind and helpful during this stressful time and ultimately saved Poppy's life. She now goes monthly for her regular shot and is like a new dog.
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is they only vet I will use and I recommend them to everyone.
- Christopher D.
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I adopted two kittens from the
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. I wanted two females from the same litter. The worker there inspected both cats and assured me they were female. A friend who was with me witnessed this.After they were fixed and I got them home, as they grew I noticed that one was male one was female. I contacted them requesting a refund of my adoption fee for one, since they misrepresented the animal. I wasn't about to return him because I already had him for six weeks, and loved him. They refused to acknowledge their mistake, and after sending a certified letter to the Director of the center I got no response.They clearly do not care about their reputation. In addition they are rude and unprofessional don't go to them for anything.The center in general is overcrowded and dirty, and they are more concerned with profit than people and pets.
- Laurie B.
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Dr.
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, DMV is exactely what we were seeking in a vet, being that we are active duty military & new to the area we felt overwhelm with our choices of Veterinarian clinics and simply, what vet to trust with our pets. I will admit that we had been through 3 other vets before finding Dr.
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& his amazing staff @
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...From the moment you walk in you are noticed & greeted with a smile. Everyone on staff definitely does know their 4C's of core values as they bring forth to each & every customer that enters their doors. If you don't have pet insurance (which is a fault on my end) the prices can be a tad-bit expensive but not apart from the norm-they do offer excellent discounts to uniform service members which I feel is very honorable!

The clinic is clean & prestine very impressive but what sets Dr.
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from other vets that we have encountered is his
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attention to detail he gives my pets. He thoroughly explains everything, listens carefully, & ask you just the right questions to help diagnoise your pets problems. He doesn't talk above you w/ a bunch of doctor language but rather give it to you straight! What also sets him apart & it is made very clear, the fact that this is not just a profession but a true passion he has for the animals in his care. He treats each patient like his own-prior to
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overdosing on pills he had dental work done & we (as parents) wanted to save his k9's for cosmetic reasons & Dr.B stated, "that he would do what was best for
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!" In the end, he did save the k9's but I was amazed on how he made it clear to us that he would do what was best for my beloved pet! When
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ate serious medication that would have caused him death-Dr. B's quick thinking, gave us an action plan that saved my dogs life. His command decisions were precise & his goal achieved in helping
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's internal bleeding & stomach ulcers. I also like that fact that he calls to check up on my pets by name & does follow-ups. He is not bothered when I call & have questions & he returns my calls if he can't get back to me right away. He's a vet that enjoys what he does.

Both my doxies had serious issues with infections/speciality referrals/ major dental work/ and your everyday senior medical care. I feel that Dr. B is your vet choice-I highly recommend he and his staff- Dr. B is compassionate & humble & when that "time comes" where my seniors are not taken by God's Grace-I know I found the right vet to humanly help them cross over rainbow bridge ;-) thank you Dr.
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for using the skills you were blessed with in helping my dogs to live out their golden years comfortably!
- Hector S.
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WE called
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looking for an Avian Vet because our normal Dr was out of town. We were happy to find Ms Sulliban. We just bought one of our conures and just wanted to make sure he was healthy, I had a few questions about his behaviour. We waited less than 5 minutes amd were taken in to the office. Ms Sulliban thouroughly checked our babies and answered all our concerns.A week after we had visited them we got a call from the vet personally to assure that every thing was fine with our 'kids',followed by an email and finally a letter welcoming us to their practice. I have had Doctors that have never put forth that kind of effort! The price for our visit was surprisingly fair,and the entire staff was friendly and pleasant. Poor Vets. They don't know what they are in for..We claim
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now as our Vets and we are bringing in all 5 of our dogs,our 12 parakeets,two conures,and maybe even some Koi if they get ill.Yep they do Koi as well. Great Vets,great business.
- Beverly M.
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Explained in some detail above. This is an important posting because unlike mere service issues, this resulted in the needless killing, outlined in some detail by the great manager, Dr. XXXX, but this is a horrible CORPORATE OWNED facility and this use of lawyers to attack clients after killing one for no reason is getting too typical.
We need to stay with local doctor owned and managed facilities. Corporate franchise operations like this do not work and are not the least bit responsible to the customer.
- Gerald N.

All Veterinarians in Las Vegas, NV

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A CAT HOSPITAL & CAT HOTEL

2758 N GREEN VALLEY PKWY
Henderson

A-Round of A- Paws

3255 St Rose Pkwy
Henderson

AAA DEWEY VETERINARY HOSP

4800 W DEWEY DR
Las Vegas

All About Cats Veterinary Hospital

4370 S Durango Dr
Las Vegas

ALOHA ANIMAL HOSPITAL

7341 S TORREY PINES
Las Vegas

AMERICAN PET HOSPITAL

3879 E SUNSET RD
Las Vegas

ANIMAL ALLERGY & DERMATOLOGY

791 W CHARLESTON
Las Vegas

Animal Allergy & Dermatology Specialists

6032 S Durango Dr
Las Vegas

ANIMAL CARE CTR OF PAHRUMP

6981 N HIGHWAY 160
Pahrump

ANIMAL HOUSE VETERINARY HOSPITAL

2255 S NELLIS RD
Las Vegas

ANIMAL KINGDOM VETERINARY HOSP

1325 VEGAS VALLEY DR
Las Vegas

Ann Road Animal Hospital

3110 W Ann Rd
North Las Vegas

ARK ANIMAL CLINIC

1651 N RANCHO DR
Las Vegas

ARKENNELS

1651 N RANCHO DR
Las Vegas

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

171 N NELLIS BLVD
Las Vegas

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

1321 W CRAIG RD
North Las Vegas

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

2140 N RAINBOW BLVD
Las Vegas

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

5160 S FORT APACHE RD
Las Vegas

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

6650 N DURANGO DR
Las Vegas

Blue Cross Animal Hospital

3470 South Hualapai Way
Las Vegas

BONANZA CAT HOSPITAL

6620 SKY POINTE DRIVE
Las Vegas

BOULDER ANIMAL HOSPITAL

700 NEVADA HWY
Boulder City

Boulder City Animal Hospital

700 Nevada Hwy
Boulder City

BUFFALO ALTA ANIMAL HOSPITAL

490 S Buffalo Dr Ste 105
Las Vegas

Camino Al Norte Animal Hospital

5130 Camino Al Norte
North Las Vegas

CAREY ANIMAL CLINIC

2000 E CAREY AVE
North Las Vegas

Caring Hands Animal Hospital

4601 N Rancho Dr
Las Vegas

Centennial Hills Animal Hospital

7551 N Cimarron Rd
Las Vegas

Cheyenne Tonopah Animal Hospital

3348 N Rancho Dr
Las Vegas

Cheyenne West Animal Hospital

3650 N Buffalo Dr
Las Vegas

COMPANION ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8485 W FLAMINGO RD
Las Vegas

COURTYARD ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3250 N DECATUR BLVD
Las Vegas

Creature Comforts Animal Hospital

5741 Sky Pointe Dr
Las Vegas

Cynthia's

Las Vegas

DERMATOLOGY CLINIC FOR ANIMALS

3340 E PATRICK LN
Las Vegas

DESERT INN ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3065 E DESERT INN RD
Las Vegas

DESERT PINES EQUINE CENTER

5000 N JONES BLVD
Las Vegas

Dewey Veterinary Medical Center

4800 W Dewey Dr
Las Vegas

Durango Animal Hospital

3615 S Durango Dr
Las Vegas

EL DORADO ANIMAL CLINIC

4805 E LAKE MEAD BLVD
Las Vegas

Eye Care For Animals

5231 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas

Flamingo Pet Clinic

2675 E Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas

GENTLE DOCTOR ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1550 S RAINBOW BLVD
Las Vegas

GRAND MONTECITO ANIMAL HOSP

6325 GRAND MONTECITO PKWY
Las Vegas

Grand Montecito Animal Hospital

6325 Grand Montecito Pkwy
Las Vegas

Green Valley Animal Hospital

6150 Mountain Vista St
Henderson

HAVEN ANIMAL HOSPITAL

7775 S RAINBOW BLVD
Las Vegas

Henderson Animal Hospital

360 S Boulder Hwy
Henderson

Homestead Animal Hospital

2740 Homestead Rd
Pahrump

Horizon Veterinary Clinic

601 Greenway Rd
Henderson

Island Pet Hospital Inc

7025 W Ann Rd
Las Vegas

JG McGinness Foot Orthotics

1445 Dekalb Street

JYL RUBIN DVM

1261 S DECATUR BLVD
Las Vegas

LAKE MEAD ANIMAL HOSPITAL

4805 E LAKE MEAD BLVD
Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS ANIMAL EMERGENCY HOSPITAL

5231 WEST CHARLESTON BLVD
Las Vegas

Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center

8650 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas

LEGACY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

2591 WINDMILL PKWY
Henderson

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital

6688 W Cheyenne Ave
Las Vegas

Mauer Animal Clinic

6115 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas

Melissa's Pet Sitting

104 Rancho Maderas Way
Henderson

Mountain Vista Animal Hospital

4675 E Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas

NATURAL CARE INSTITUTE INC

6315 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 104
Las Vegas

NICHOLAS ST-ERNE DVM

1261 S DECATUR BLVD
Las Vegas

North Las Vegas Animal Hospital

2437 E Cheyenne Ave
North Las Vegas

NORTHEAST ANIMAL HOSPITAL

4805 E. LAKE MEAD BLVD
Las Vegas

NORTHWEST VETERINARY HOSPITAL

6124 W CHEYENNE AVE
Las Vegas

Oasis Animal Hospital

10652 S Eastern Ave
Henderson

PARADISE PET HOSPITAL

1060 E FLAMINGO RD
Las Vegas

Paradise Pet Hospital

1060 E Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas

PARK ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8400 S EASTERN AVE
Las Vegas

PAW PRINTS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5130 CAMINO AL NORTE
North Las Vegas

Pecos Russell Animal Hospital

3488 E Patrick Ln
Las Vegas

PET RESORT & SPA

3250 N DECATUR BLVD
Las Vegas

PET SMART

531 N STEPHANIE ST
Henderson

PETCO

7731 W TROPICAL PKWY
Las Vegas

PETSMART

171 N NELLIS BLVD
Las Vegas

PETSMART

9869 S EASTERN
Las Vegas

PetSmart - N Las Vegas

1321 W Craig Rd
North Las Vegas

PetSmart Store Support Group Inc

6650 N Durango Dr
Las Vegas

PetSmart Summerlin Nevada

9775 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas

ProPet Sciences LLC

10195 Westside Ct

QUARTER HORSE VET CLINIC

6170 QUARTER HORSE AVE
Pahrump

Rainbow Animal Hospital

244 S. Rainbow Blvd
Las Vegas

ROCHEN C HEERS DVM

10724 RANCHO DESTINO RD
Las Vegas

Sahara Animal Hospital

4301 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas

Sahara Pines Animal Hospital

6533 W Sahara Ave
Las Vegas

Sandy Hill Animal Clinic

3752 E Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas

SHARON MATTER DVM

2419 E TROPICANA AVE
Las Vegas

SHAWN D FREHNER DVM

7245 N TENAYA WAY
Las Vegas

SIENA ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5625 S GRAND CANYON DR
Las Vegas

SOUTH SHORES ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8420 W LAKE MEAD BLVD
Las Vegas

South West Animal Hostpital

6101 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas

SOUTHERN NEVADA VETERINARY

3137 IROQUOIS LN
North Las Vegas

SPANISH OAKS ANIMAL CLINIC

2160 W CHARLESTON BLVD
Las Vegas

Spencer Springs Animal Hospital

1855 E Warm Springs Rd
Las Vegas

ST FRANCIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1208 S EASTERN AVE
Las Vegas

Stephanie Animal Hospital

217 S Stephanie St
Henderson

SUMMERLIN ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8564 DEL WEBB BLVD
Las Vegas

SUN CITY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

9320 W LAKE MEAD BLVD
Las Vegas

Sunridge Animal Hosp

10850 S Eastern Ave
Henderson

Sunrise Veterinary Clinic

417 N Eastern Ave
Las Vegas

SUNSET EASTERN ANIMAL HOSPITAL

6521 S EASTERN AVE
Las Vegas

Town Center Animal Hospital

3565 S Town Center Dr
Las Vegas

Tropicana Animal Hospital

2385 E Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas

Valle Verde Animal Hospital

693 N Valle Verde Dr
Las Vegas

Valle Verde Pet Hospital

693 N Valle Verde Dr
Henderson

Valley Ranch Animal Hospital

20 N Valle Verde Dr
Henderson

VCA ANIMAL HOSPITALS

20 N NELLIS BLVD
Las Vegas

VCA Black Mountain Animal Hospital

400 College Dr
Henderson

VCA Decatur Animal Hospital

1117 N Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas

VCA Hualapai Animal Hospital

1165 S Hualapai Way
Las Vegas

VCA Nellis Animal Hospital

20 N Nellis Blvd
Las Vegas

VCA Rancho Animal Hospital

1117 N Decatur Blvd
Las Vegas

VCA Spring Mountain Animal Hospital

5590 W Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas

Veterans First Supplies

8275 S Eastern Ave Ste 200-623
Las Vegas

VETERINARY CENTER ANIMAL HOSP

541 S MARTIN L KING BLVD
Las Vegas

Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care

8650 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas

Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care

8650 W Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas

Veterinary Ophthalmology Service

1914 E Sahara Ave
Las Vegas

Veterinary Ophthalmology Service

1914 E Sahara Ave
Las Vegas

VETERINARY SURGICAL SVC

6995 ALAMITOS CIR
Las Vegas

WAGGIN WHEELS MOBILE CLINIC

5038 N. Fort Apache
Las Vegas

Warm Springs Animal Hospital

2500 W Warm Springs Rd
Las Vegas

West Charleston Animal Hospital

7891 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas

WEST FLAMINGO ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5445 W FLAMINGO RD
Las Vegas

WESTERN VETERINARY CONFERENCE

2425 E OQUENDO RD
Las Vegas

Western Veterinary COnference

2425 E. Oquendo Rd., Suite 100
Las Vegas

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