Finding low cost pet care for your New Mexico pets can be equal parts frustrating and tedious. With COVID-19 running rampant across the globe, many are stuck at home and out of work. Thankfully, we’ve got you covered. Check out our list of New Mexico pet care facilities that won’t break the bank.
Spay and Neuter Services
Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society (Santa Fe)
Get ready for affordable and high quality spay/neuter services! The Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society offers low cost spay and neutering for your New Mexico pets. They actually boast three separate clinics, with spay and neuter services taking place in their Wellness Clinic. Call (505) 983-2755 or go here to learn more.
Valley Vetco (Albuquerque)
Valley Vetco provides spay and neuter services that won’t split your checkbook in half. They even offer a comprehensive breakdown on their website of what it means to spay/neuter your pet as well as the pros and cons. In addition to the affordable prices, Valley Vetco has wonderful customer reviews. Call (505) 344-0780 or click here to view their office hours and get more info.
Mesa Grande Animal Clinic (Rio Rancho)
Mesa Grande Animal Clinic offers low cost spay and neuter services for your New Mexico pets. They’ve been serving the Rio Rancho area since 1984, so I think it’s safe to say they’re a pillar of the community. Additionally, the clinic provides a wide array of other offerings beyond spaying and neutering. Call (505) 892-2115 or go check out their services.
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Pet Food and Other Items
Clark’s Pet Emporium (Albuquerque)
If you go on Clark’s Pet Emporium’s website, you’ll see they have the largest selection of pet supplies in Albuquerque. They’ve served the community for over 40 years. The store boasts a selection of over 10,000 items for all your New Mexico pet care needs. Call (505) 268-5977 or click here to get more info.
Boofy’s Best for Pets (Albuquerque)
This pet supply store boasts excellent customer service reviews. They’ve enacted COVID-19 protocol to ensure that each customer has a safe transaction. They offer curbside pickup and delivery as well. Besides selling pet food and supplies for a variety of animals, Boofy’s Best for Pets also provides nutritional counseling and pet adoption. Call (505) 890-0757 or go here to learn more.
Taos Tack and Pet Supply (Taos)
This small business carries a large selection of pet food and supplies for your New Mexico pets. But that’s not all! They offer horse supplies aplenty, including quality saddles. They also ship worldwide. Call (575) 737-9798 or click here for more information.
New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Albuquerque)
The New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) offers a program that “empowers individuals to leave abusive home environments by providing temporary housing for companion animals, livestock, and exotic animals.” Temporary homes for these animals are provided through a network of individuals, private agencies, groomers, etc. Call (505) 246-9240 or click here to learn more. Of course, if you’re ever in danger, please call 911. There’s also a National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233.
Animal Hospital and Emergency Center of Las Cruces (Las Cruces)
This animal hospital has wonderful customer reviews. They’re also open Monday-Saturday. They offer emergency care, wellness services, dental care, and vaccinations for your New Mexico pets. There’s even an in-house pharmacy! Jackpot! Call (575) 219-4417 or go here to peruse their services.
Clovis Veterinary Hospital (Clovis)
Clovis Veterinary Hospital offers surgical procedures as well as general medicine, dental care, emergency services, and an online pharmacy to boot. You can fill out new client forms on their website. The hospital is open six days a week. Call (575) 769-2249 or read about their services here.
Smith Veterinary Hospital (Santa Fe)
This animal hospital provides emergency surgical procedures, heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention, preventative care, and even acupuncture. There’s also an urgent care wing within the hospital, should your New Mexico pets ever need immediate care. Smith Veterinary Hospital was voted #1 “Best of Santa Fe” for the past few years in terms of providing exemplary pet care. Call (505) 982-4418 or go here to learn more.