Whether your pet needs routine care, dental services, or vaccinations, these local vet clinics in Henderson can help. They also offer emergency and critical care for pets that are injured or sick.
They reunite lost pets with their owners and provide shelter care for those that cannot be adopted. They also host free vaccine clinics for feral cats at mobile homes and community centers around town.
Valle Verde Animal Hospital
Valle Verde Animal Hospital, which also operates under the name Valle Verde Pet Hospital, is located in Henderson, Nevada. The company has been in business for 34 years. Valle Verde Animal Hospital offers services such as vaccines, dental cleanings, spaying and neutering, claw removal, specialty surgeries, orthopedic surgeries and consults, emergency care, and preventative care. Its website features a full list of services available and an online scheduler. Customers can also call the clinic to book appointments. Valle Verde Animal Hospital is rated 4 out of 5 by its customers. Its Veterinarians in Henderson NV are skilled in treating a variety of pets, including cats and dogs.
Green Valley Animal Hospital
Whether you have a new puppy or kitten, or an older pet, it’s important to keep them healthy. Veterinarians in Henderson NV offer vaccinations to protect pets against diseases and help them recover from illnesses. They also provide dental care and other surgical procedures. They can also treat behavioral problems and assist with weight management and nutrition. They can also help you microchip your pet for identification purposes.
If your pet is experiencing an emergency, you should contact your regular veterinarian immediately. If they are unable to treat your pet, they will refer you to an emergency vet clinic or animal hospital near you. Some of these vets have on-call staff to help you with emergencies, while others have a 24-hour call center for urgent care.
Some vets also specialize in treating exotic pets, such as rabbits, ferrets, and sugar gliders. They may even be able to treat reptiles, amphibians, and other exotic animals. They also offer consultations to help you understand your pet’s needs and concerns.
Sunrise Veterinary Clinic
Located off U.S. 95 next to Winchell’s Donut House, Sunrise Veterinary Clinic has operated since 1983. Its owner, Henderson, has performed between 100,000 and 150,000 animal surgeries over the last 33 years. He is a strong proponent of Trap-Neuter-Return programs to control pet overpopulation, and works with local rescue groups performing life saving operations and treatments that lead to recovery.
He also helps with a free feral cat clinic at Heaven Can Wait every month. He estimates 30 to 35 percent of the community cats show up. To get the rest, he goes door-to-door and hands out vouchers to the local community.
Dr. Grantz has been at Sunset Eastern since 2002 off and on through college, vet school, and family. She has interests in advanced dentistry and medicine cases. She is an avid animal advocate and has several rescues in her home including a pair of French bulldogs. She loves spending time with her family, horseback riding, and home improvement projects.
Heaven Can Wait
Heaven Can Wait is a non-profit animal welfare organization that strives to prevent unnecessary euthanasia by spaying and neutering animals, providing low-cost vet care and education. They envision a community that is responsible for its pets. They are working towards the day when healthy, treatable pets will no longer be euthanized in the Las Vegas valley. They are seeking your support in the form of donations, fosters, adoptions or just spreading their message.
Their programs include a feral cat clinic, called “Ground Zero,” to reduce the number of free-roaming cats and help them live healthier lives. They also operate a mobile veterinary clinic, called “Nothin’ But Love,” and offer pet vaccinating and microchipping services. Other programs include Pawsitively Seniors, which matches a senior citizen on a fixed income with a cat and provides a coordinator and volunteer to trim nails and bring food, litter, etc. The organization also has Tales to Tails, a program that utilizes animals to help children with reading and speech disorders.