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Reno Veterinarian / Southwest Veterinary Hospital – SWVH is an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited veterinary hospital, one of only 3,000 in the U.S. and Canada. Their accreditation means that they comply with strict standards in patient care, pain management, surgery, safety, and many other important areas. Think of it as a guarantee that your pet is receiving the highest quality care available.
Reno Veterinarian / Klaich Animal Hospital – Klaich Animal Hospital was founded in 1950 by Dr. Nicholas Klaich, Sr. They are the oldest continually operating veterinary hospital in Northern Nevada. Klaich Animal Hospital’s experienced team of veterinarians have a wide variety of specialties and you’re sure to experience the best care for your pets. They can treat standard pets such as kittens, puppies, cats, and dogs, as well as more exotic pets including birds and pocket pets.
Reno Veterinarian / Mountain View Animal Hospital – Mountain View Animal Hospital’s mix of alternative therapies merged with conventional veterinary care allows them to offer services such as acupuncture, chiropractic, herbal and ozone therapies. They have the most advanced technology, such as interactive client education, ship to home pharmacy, digital radiology, dentistry, and surgery. They are dedicated to revolutionizing the future of veterinary medicine in our community. Their team of professionals provides the best quality of healthcare with onsite boarding, daycare, training and grooming for your pets.
Reno Veterinarian / VCA Lakeside Animal Hospital – VCA Lakeside Animal Hospital’s veterinarians bring the best from their advanced training in a wide variety of veterinary medical disciplines to help you learn how to keep your pet healthy. Therapies range from full conventional diagnostics, surgery, microchipping and medicine to comprehensive preventive wellness care including early disease detection and vaccines, parasite control, internal medicine, surgery, advanced dentistry, digital radiology, diagnostic ultrasound, and urgent care six days a week. Their veterinarians, state licensed veterinary technicians, technician assistants and other pet-friendly personnel are trained to the highest standards.
Reno / Veterinarian VCA Feline Medical Center – VCA Feline Medical Center was established in 1995 as Reno’s first and Northern Nevada’s premier cat exclusive veterinary hospital. VCA Feline Medical Center’s two doctor, full service medical facility is open six days a week and provides comprehensive preventative wellness care, exams, vaccines, routine and advanced dentistry, surgery and digital radiology. They also provide a safe and comfortable boarding facility and offer grooming services.
Vet to Pet – Vet to Pet is a mobile veterinary service. Not all dogs and cats are comfortable in a veterinary clinic setting. For those with anxiety issues, difficulty getting to and from the hospital, and for pets and people who want the comfort of in-home veterinary care, Vet to Pet is available to help you with your basic veterinary needs.
Sierra Veterinary Specialist & Emergency Center: Sierra Veterinary Specialist & Emergency Center is open 24/7 and is your partner for exceptional veterinary specialty care, including soft tissue, oncologic and orthopedic surgery.
Local Reno Pet Stores
Reno Pet Store / Healthy Tails – Healthy Tails is a store that cares about you and your pet. They offer only the highest quality food, treats, toys, and supplies available. They know pets are family and only carry foods and treats that they would feed to their family.
Reno Pet Store /Scraps Dog Company – Scraps Dog Company can provide nutritional advice and support for your pets for a wide range of dfferent needs, especially when dealing with dogs or cats with allergies to specific foods or ingredients.
Reno Pet Grooming
Reno Dog Grooming / Spoiled Petz – Spoiled Petz offers superior dog grooming services. Specializing in holistic and all-natural pet grooming products.
Reno Dog Grooming / Dogs Day Out – Dogs Day Out is located at 6135 Lakeside Dr. #125. Call 378-3940.
Washoe County Dog License Info.
Dogs four months and older residing in the congested area of Washoe County are required to be licensed with Washoe County Regional Animal Services. A current rabies certificate is required to be on file with animal services. A dog license is NOT required for pet sitting.
Dr. Karen Becker – A Proactive and Integrative Wellness Veterinarian.
The Whole Dog Journal – Whole Dog Journal reviews dog food, dog toys, and dog health and care products as well as teaching positive training methods.