Summer Heat Warning for Pet Owners

The mercury is rising, and so does the risk of heat stroke for Las Vegas pets. This year our doctors and staff already have treated many pets due to emergency cases of heat stroke. By Debbie White, DVM Who Can Get Heat Stroke? Any of our domestic pets can suffer heat related illness. Dogs are the most commonly affected, but species like cats, rabbits, and domestic exotic pets can suffer from heat stroke if left in extreme outdoor temperatures without…

Read More

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Andreina

Please welcome Andreina, one of the newest externs to join the family at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital! Andreina is a fourth-year veterinary medical student from North Carolina State University (NC State) and will graduate in 2022. Andreina is originally from Venezuela, but she and her family relocated to the United States when she was young. She lived in Florida with her parents before moving to Raleigh, North Carolina.  Growing up, Andreina said she had always been interested in medicine but…

Read More

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Brooke

Please give a warm welcome to Brooke, the newest extern to join the family at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital! Brooke is a fourth-year student veterinary medical student at North Carolina State University (NC State) and will graduate in 2022. She is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina but relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina for her college career. Growing up, Brooke said she wanted to become a dolphin trainer. She said that was her goal until she attended high school and realized…

Read More

How to Prevent Heatstroke in Pets

Dr. Jenny Mathe explains the signs and causes of heatstroke in pets, and what pet owners can do to prevent this condition from happening so that everyone can enjoy the summer safely and happily. Heatstroke is a deadly yet completely preventable condition. In the midst of these Las Vegas heatwaves, countless animals are flooding into veterinary hospitals with temperatures of 105 degrees and above, or even deceased on arrival. While there are many ways to help us keep cool, our…

Read More

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Larissa

Please welcome Larissa, the newest extern to join the Lone Mountain Animal Hospital team! Larissa is currently attending the University of Glasgow in Scotland for her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and will graduate in 2023. She’s originally from West St. Paul, Minnesota but her family moved to Pheonix, Arizona when she was about 15-years-old. Growing up, Larissa mostly had dogs and her parents owned two cats when she was born. Larissa had talked about becoming a veterinarian since she was…

Read More

Dog & Puppy Care at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital

Congratulations on your new furry friend! Between all the vaccinations and wellness appointments, all this new information can feel a little overwhelming. But there’s no need to fear! The staff at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital are here to answer any questions you may have about your new canine companion. We even broke down all the necessary information you’ll need to know as a new dog owner in the infographic below. You can also read our other blog posts about animal…

Read More

Exotics Care & Wellness at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital

At Lone Mountain Animal Hospital, we are more than happy to help you take care of your feathered, scaley, or furry friend! Between all the vaccinations and wellness appointments, all this new information can feel a little overwhelming. But there’s no need to fear! The staff at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital are here to answer any questions you may have about your pet. We even broke down all the necessary information you’ll need to know as a new pet owner…

Read More

Cat & Kitten Care at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital

Congratulations on your new feline friend! Between all the vaccinations and wellness appointments, all this new information can feel a little overwhelming. But there’s no need to fear! The staff at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital are here to answer any questions you may have about your new animal companion. We even broke down all the necessary information you’ll need to know as a new cat owner in the infographic below. You can also read our other blog posts about animal…

Read More

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Ayla

Please welcome Ayla, the newest extern to join the team at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital! Ayla is a fourth-year veterinary medical student at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) and will graduate in 2022. She spent part of her childhood growing up in Southern California before her family relocated to Springfield, Illinois. Ayla’s parents immigrated from Pakistan, making her a first-generation American. Ayla said her family is very focused on medicine since her father is a doctor, and she had a…

Read More
Map
About

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital to provide quality veterinary care with personal touch embrace compassionate progressive approach to needs of our patients.

We accept CareCredit as a form of payment.

Business Hours:
Open Daily from 7AM – 6PM
Sunday 7AM – 4PM

Contact Us:

Phone: 702-645-3116
Fax: 702-645-2758
6688 W. Cheyenne Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89108

Follow Us
Payment Options:

Cash
Check (with Photo ID)
Visa
MasterCard
Discover
CareCredit (Card and PayMyProvider)
Trupanion Payments