Pet Dental Care 2023

THIS PROMOTION HAS NOW ENDED Don’t miss out on out 2023 Dental Special starting February 1st! Get up to $30 off for dental cleaning! Our Dental package includes: Dental Exam FREE Nail Trim FREE Overnight stay if checking in the day before Additional cost for X-Rays Click Here to Schedule an Appointment Dental health is a very important part of your pets’ overall health. Dental problems can cause, or be caused by, other health problems. Your pet’s teeth and gums…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Gabriella

Gabriella is originally from Puerto Rico, and received her undergraduate degree there. She currently attends North Carolina State School of Veterinary Medicine in Raleigh, North Carolina and she will be graduating in May 2023.   Growing up, Gabriella’s family always had dogs, but now they have two cats named Simba and Nala who live at home in Puerto Rico. Gabriella was drawn to veterinary medicine more and more as she continued her studies, “I feel like somehow, along the way,…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Kaylee

Kaylee graduated from Boston University with a BA in Biology with a concentration in Cellular, Molecular, and Genetics and a minor in German. She is currently attending University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine for her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in May of 2023. She is originally from New Jersey. She always loved animals growing up but it wasn’t until she started undergrad that she realized that a career in veterinary medicine would allow her to pursue her passion…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Sidney

Please welcome Sidney to the Lone Mountain Animal Hospital family.  Sidney is a 3rd year vet school student from North Carolina State University in Raleigh North Carolina. Her primary are of interest is in small animals and exotics; however, she also has an interest in emergency medicine. Sidney is due to graduate in 2023.

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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…

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Lone Mountain Externship Program: Delena

Please welcome Delana, Lone Mountain’s latest extern. Delana is from a small town called Ravenswood, West Virginia. Ever since Delana was a little girl she has found joy in helping animals. She recalls helping injured birds and fledglings that had fallen from their nests and this pushed her to learn more about helping animals. Attending school to be a veterinarian has solidified her decision. Delana earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal and Nutritional Sciences at West Virginia University before moving…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Ashley

Please welcome Ashley, one of the newest externs to join the family at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital. Ashley comes from the Detroit Metro area in Michigan. When she was six years old, Ashley’s family took their pet dog to the vet for the first time. She was captivated by the experience and wanted to become a veterinarian ever since. Ashley earned Bachelor Degrees in both neuroscience and zoology at Michigan State University, where she is in her fourth year of…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Kaitlyn

   Please welcome Kaitlyn, one of the newest externs to join the family at Lone Mountain Anima Hospital! Kaitlyn was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri. Her interest in veterinary care started when Kaitlyn was in the third grade. Later on, in high school, she developed a passion for exotic animals and zoo medicine. For her first two years of college, Kaitlyn attended Saint Charles Community College in Cottleville, Missouri. Before attending veterinary school, she took classes at the…

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