A Plus Animal Hospital, located in Reno, is the largest animal hospital in northern Nevada. The hospital is open seven days a week and offers a comprehensive set of services, including dentistry, nutrition, radiology, surgery, laser therapy, vaccinations, and senior examinations. Reduced-cost vaccine clinics are offered twice a month, and the hospital specializes in reducing stress for feline patients.
Reno, NV(775) 852-4300
Animal Emergency Center of Reno has been providing emergency veterinary care in the Truckee Meadows area for more than 20 years. The center is open from 6 PM to 8 AM Monday through Thursday and 24 hours a day on weekends and holidays. Seven full-time veterinarians and more than 20 support staff work at the center, providing a range of services and specializing in emergency medicine.
Reno, NV(775) 851-3600
Baring Boulevard Veterinary Hospital is based in Sparks and serves the Reno area, including North Valleys, Sun Valley, and Spanish Springs. The hospital is open seven days a week and employs seven full-time and four part-time veterinarians. Standard veterinary services are available in addition to several alternative treatments, including laser therapy and acupuncture. In-house diagnostics and a pharmacy are available.
Sparks, NV(775) 358-6880
Damonte Ranch Animal Hospital has been serving the South Reno area for six years, and owner Dr. Shelby Baker has been practicing in the area since 2000. A variety of services is available at the hospital, including dental care, diagnostics, cancer therapy, and nutritional counseling. A selection of pet products is available on site, and Dr. Baker is available by phone for emergency care after hours.
Reno, NV(775) 741-1478
Dr. K, Natural Pet Vet is a homeopathic veterinarian with offices in Reno and Lake Tahoe, California. Dr. K is a member of the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy and the Canadian Academy of Homeopathy. He offers a variety of services, including chiropractic treatments, dietary consultation, and laser therapy. Services are also available over the phone and on location in clients' homes.
Reno, NV(775) 762-2899
Fairgrounds Animal Hospital has been treating pets in the Reno area for more than 45 years. Established in 1970, the clinic provides full-service veterinary care for dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets, including dentistry, x-rays, ultrasounds, lab diagnostics, laser therapy, microchipping, surgery, internal medicine, and end-of-life care. There is a fully stocked veterinary pharmacy on site.
Reno, NV(775) 329-4106
Galena Veterinary Hospital is located in south Reno and has been operating for more than 15 years. Founded by Dr. Julie Soule, the hospital offers comprehensive veterinary services for dogs, cats, and small mammals, including pain management, anesthesia and surgery, nutritional counseling, vaccinations, wellness services, and extended care. Emergency services are also available during regular hours. Current owner Dr. Michael Ford also cares for the cats of the Feline Rescue of Northern Nevada.
Reno, NV(775) 853-4003
Holistic Pet Care is an integrative pet medicine clinic offering alternative treatments for small animals and horses in the Reno area. Dr. David Lowell is certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association and provides acupuncture, herbal, and chiropractic therapies for pets, along with less common treatments like gold bead therapy, ozone therapy, and prolozone therapy. Oral exams and cleaning are also available.
Reno, NV(775) 853-6002
Homeward Bound Veterinary Services is a mobile clinic treating pets in their homes in the Reno metro area, including Sparks, Tahoe, and Incline. The clinic offers most of the services available at brick and mortar veterinary offices, such as vaccinations, lab work, pain management, preventive medicine, and hospice care. In-home euthanasia is also available.
Reno, NV(775) 722-1627
Kreature Komforts Animal Hospital has been serving pets and their owners in the Reno area for ten years. Founded in 2006 in Sparks, the hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and treats dogs, cats, pocket pets, small mammals, and exotics. Available services include acupuncture, dentistry, laser therapy, surgery, radiology, ultrasound, boarding, and grooming.
Sparks, NV(775) 356-5524
Mount Rose Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital that has been serving the Reno area for more than a decade. Established in 2005, the hospital offers a wide range of services for dogs, cats, and exotics, including preventive medicine, emergency care, radiography, dentistry, surgery, nutritional counseling, and spaying and neutering. New patients can receive $10 off their first visit by filling out a form online.
Reno, NV(775) 853-8550
Northwest Veterinary Hospital is located in Reno and serves pets and their owners in the surrounding area. A wide range of veterinary care is available, including vaccinations, diagnostic services, anesthesia and surgery, dentistry, and lab services. Boarding, bathing, and obedience training services are also available, along with nutritional counseling services and a fully stocked pharmacy. The hospital is open on Saturdays.
Reno, NV(775) 747-7478
Pinion Veterinary Hospital is located in Reno and was established more than 30 years ago by Dr. William Davenport. The hospital offers full-service veterinary care, including cardiology, dentistry, diagnostic services, vaccinations, preventive care, and emergency and urgent care services. Dogs and cats are treated at the hospital along with rabbits, birds, and exotic and pocket pets.
Reno, NV(775) 851-4218
Pyramid Veterinary Hospital is based in Sparks and has been serving pets and their owners in the Reno area for more than 30 years. The hospital offers a wide variety of services, including alternative treatments like acpuncture, in a serene, child-friendly clinic environment. The clinic is open on Saturdays and is equipped to take on emergency patients during normal hours.
Sparks, NV(775) 356-8323
Sierra Veterinary Hospital is located in Carson City and serves the surrounding area, including Reno, Indian Hills, and Mound House. The hospital is accredited by the American American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and offers full-service veterinary care, including emergency care, ultrasound, radiology, dental care, and hospice services. Day care and boarding services for dogs and cats are also available.
Carson City, NV(775) 883-0261
Sierra Veterinary Specialists & Emergency Center is based in Reno and serves clients throughout the northern Nevada area. The center is open 24/7, 365 days a year. A variety of specialty services are available, including minimally invasive surgery, soft tissue surgery, neurosurgery, oncologic surgery, orthopedic surgery, advanced dentistry, and physical therapy and rehabilitation.
Reno, NV(775) 358-8555
South Reno Veterinary Hospital has been treating pets in the area for more than a decade. The hospital was founded by Dr. Matt Schmitt, a former lieutenant in the Coast Guard and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. The hospital offers a house call service for anxious and large-breed pets and people who have difficulty leaving the house.
Reno, NV(775) 852-2244
Tahoe Integrative Veterinary Care, or TIVC, is based in Truckee, CA and serves patients from the Reno metro area. The clinic offers both traditional medical services, including lab work, dental care, and euthanasia, and alternative therapies, such as acupuncture, spinal manipulation, herbal medicine, ozone therapy, and laser therapy. The clinic is open on Saturdays.
Truckee, CA(530) 582-1133
Vet To Pet is a mobile veterinary service offering in-home care for pets in the Reno area, including Sparks, Carson City, Washoe Valley and North Valleys. The service aims to make care more accessible for anxious pets and people who have difficulty leaving their homes. Available services include preventive care, minor procedures, and in-home euthanasia.
Reno, NV(775) 338-8500