Vet care for your Nevada pets is an essential service, and one that occasionally costs an arm and a leg. Strict protocol due to COVID-19 can make taking your furry friend to the hospital even more difficult. However, don’t let that deter you from getting your four-legged loved one the best in Nevada pet care. Below, we’ve got a list of low-cost resources for your perusal.
Spay and Neuter Services
SPCA of Northern Nevada (Reno)
This facility provides excellent spay and neuter services for your Nevada pets. Their affordable program is exclusively for income-qualified households that make $60,000 or less a year. Additionally, you can find your new furry friend by adopting through their clinic. You can call (775)324-7773 or click here to learn more.
Spay and Neuter Center of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas)
Spay and Neuter Center of Southern Nevada offers “priceless care and affordable services.” Besides spay and neuter services, the clinic also provides vaccinations and microchipping for your furry loved ones. There’s even “petsimonials” for your perusal. Call (702)240-7729 or mosey on over here for more information.
Nevada Humane Society (Carson City)
It’s always prudent to check out your local humane society for low-cost pet services. The Nevada Humane Society has two locations — Carson City and Reno. They also provide pet food assistance as well as vaccinations and a spay/neuter program. Their objective is to provide affordable care for Nevada pets. You can call (775)887-2171 or go here to browse their website.
Pet Food and Other Items
At Your Service Pet Supplies & Grooming (Henderson)
This pet supplies store boasts superb customer reviews, which is always a plus. In addition to selling a wide array of pet food and supplies, they offer grooming services and adoption. It’s a one-stop shop for your Nevada pets! Call (702)982-4324 or click here to learn more.
Max’s Pet Supplies & Gifts (Gardnerville)
This supplies store sells a variety of dehydrated, freeze-dried, and frozen raw food. There’s also a self-service dog washing station. Max’s Pet Supplies & Gifts is known for their pleasant staff and for serving Carson Valley since 2003. Call (775)782-8088 or go here to browse their page.
Dog Supplies Outlet (Las Vegas)
Now, this store exclusively caters to those of the canine persuasion. Their website homepage states, “Big box selection with small boutique service.” Frankly, boutique stores are generally the way to go. They sell everything you could possibly need for your furry dog friends. Additionally, they offer curbside pickup. They have multiple locations, so mosey on over here to find the closest store to you.
This website is a terrific wellspring of information. They provide a comprehensive list of animal shelters and facilities that offer temporary care for your Nevada pets. You can also filter locations by service hours and cities/counties with a detailed map to help with directions. You can head over here to learn more information.
Sahara Animal Hospital (Las Vegas)
Sahara Animal Hospital provides wellness exams, vaccinations, radiology, surgical procedures, lab testing, internal medicine, and more. You’ll be putting your Nevada pets in competent hands. You can register as a new client on their website as well. Call (702)876-2338 or click here to peruse their services.
Dewey Veterinary Medical Center (Las Vegas)
This animal hospital offers a wide variety of services beyond surgical procedures and vaccinations. They also provide a day care, dental care, bathing, hospice/euthanasia, and a fully stocked pharmacy for your Nevada pets. Bonus: they’re open everyday. Call (702)873-3458 or mosey over here to get more information.
Fairgrounds Hospital (Reno)
Fairgrounds Hospital in Reno is open six days a week (they’ve temporarily closed on Saturdays). They offer laser therapy, internal medicine, preventative care, compassionate “end of life” care, vaccinations, lab diagnostics, and so much more. You can call (775)329-4106 or go here to fill out a new client registration form.