Be on the Lookout for Your Guinea Pig

Dr. Tiffany Moore explains common ailments that can affect guinea pigs, and what is considered proper guinea pig handling and care to help ensure your pet stays healthy. Like any other pet, guinea pigs should be seen by a veterinarian at least once a year to make sure they are happy and healthy. Pet owners can do their part by regularly checking their guinea pigs to ensure they are eating well, urinating, defecating normal droppings, and walking around easily. Checking…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Pet Safety during New Year’s

With the New Year just days away, it’s important to make sure our furry friends stay calm and relaxed once the partying begins. Similar to the Fourth of July, many pets are reported missing around New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, and there’s a chance they can get into things they’re not supposed to. As you celebrate the ringing in of 2021, be sure to keep these tips in mind to help keep your pet safe. Click on the…

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Reopening Lone Mountain Animal Hospital

Lone Mountain Animal Hospital is open to the public! We are allowing a certain number of clients into the building at a time for appointments only. Please adhere to all social distancing guidelines and wear a mask at all times. Curbside service will continue to be an option. Dr. Debbie White and Dr. Taylor Parker explain how the new protocols will work at Lone Mountain. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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

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Open Daily from 7AM – 6PM
Sunday 7AM – 4PM

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

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