Don’t miss out on our 2021 Dental Special starting February 1st!
Meet Natalie, the newest extern to join the Lone Mountain Animal Hospital team!
Meet Richard, the newest extern at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital!
With the New Year just days away, it’s important to make sure our furry friends stay calm and relaxed once the partying begins.
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.
With National Veterinary Technician Week coming up, we spoke to our staff about what it means to work at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital.
Introducing Marguerite, the newest extern at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital!
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) is a highly contagious and deadly disease in both domesticated and wild rabbits.
Meet Mallory, the newest extern to join the team at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital!
With Independence Day right around the corner, it’s important to remember to keep our furry friends safe and calm as the fireworks go off.
This pesky weed, which pops up during the warm, summer months on the West Coast of the U.S., has been known to become embedded in dogs’ paws, between the toes, ears, eyes, and mouth.
Two domestic cats have tested positive for COVID 19 in New York.
Veterinary services are essential to pet health, overseeing zoonotic health, and ensuring a healthy supply of food.
We are currently open for business at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital.
Say “hello” to Miranda, the newest extern at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital!
A guide of what pet owners in the Las Vegas Valley should know about the disease.
“Kole” (Domestic Short Hair) Kole came to our family quite unexpected. We brought our hamster, Pumpkin, in to board and my son asked to see the room Pumpkin would be boarding in.
Dr. Debbie White grew up in the Midwest in Hammond, Indiana. Her love of nature and animals led her to a career in helping animals. She attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana where she received both her B.S. in Animal Science and her D.V.M.
As a pet owner, you want to make sure you keep your furry friend happy, healthy, and safe. However, sometimes our pets’ curiosity can get the better of them.
Lone Mountain Animal Hospital to provide quality veterinary care with personal touch embrace compassionate progressive approach to needs of our patients.
6688 W. Cheyenne Ave. Las Vegas, NV 89108