Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Richard

Meet Richard, the newest extern at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital! Richard is a 4th-year veterinary medical student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and will graduate in May 2021. He grew up in Nashville, Tennessee with a variety of pets, including cats, dogs, rabbits, a hamster, a gerbil, and a parakeet. After graduating high school, Richard attended Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.  He obtained his Bachelor’s in Biology with a focus on evolutionary biology and ecology. After graduating, Richard…

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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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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Viviana

Meet Viviana, the latest extern to join the Lone Mountain Animal Hospital team! Viviana is currently a 4th-year student at Ross University in St. Kitts and is finishing her clinical year at Iowa State University. She was raised in Tampa, Florida where she attended the University of South Florida. There she received her Bachelor’s of Science in integrative animal biology while working as a veterinary assistant for local hospitals.  She originally wanted to work in human medicine and dedicated her…

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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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Veterinary Technician Week 2020

Licensed Veterinary Technicians play a key role in the day-to-day functions of an animal hospital. National Veterinary Technician Week, which runs from October 11 to October 17, provides an opportunity to recognize veterinary technicians’ contributions. At Lone Mountain Animal Hospital, we value our veterinary technicians every day of the year and thank them for all they do. We spoke to not only our veterinary technicians, but our veterinary assistants, customer service reps, and exam room assistants at Lone Mountain Animal…

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Lone Mountain Animal Hospital Externship Program: Marguerite

Introducing Marguerite, the newest extern at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital! Marguerite is from the Jackson, Mississippi area and is currently a fourth-year student at Mississippi State University. For as long as she could remember, Marguerite knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. She received her Bachelor’s from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg. After graduating from Southern Mississippi, Marguerite worked at a small veterinary clinic before graduating with a Master’s degree from Mississippi College.  During her time at Mississippi…

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What to know about Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV)

Veterinarian Taylor Parker of Lone Mountain Animal Hospital in Northwest Las Vegas discusses Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV), its symptoms, and the importance of getting pet rabbits vaccinated against this disease. What is Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV)? Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) is a highly contagious and deadly disease in both domesticated and wild rabbits. It can be caused by two different, related viruses, RHDV1 and RHDV2. Currently, there is an outbreak of the RHDV2 virus in the Southwest…

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Pet Safety During July 4th

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. More pets are reported missing on July 4th and 5th than any other time of the year, so it’s important to know what tips and tricks to use to keep our pets feeling safe and sound:

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Beware the Foxtails

Walking your dog is a daily task that is both beneficial to you and your dog, and you both get exercise and quality time together. Nevada is home to various deserts, parks, and mountains to explore, however, the Silver State is also home to Hordeum Lubatum, also known as the foxtail. Read our infographic on this pesky plant, and how to best protect your pet.

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Social Distancing in the Veterinary Hospital

Veterinary services are essential to pet health, overseeing zoonotic health, and ensuring a healthy supply of food. At Lone Mountain Animal Hospital, we are open for business, but with updated protocols to comply with social distancing and to protect both our staff and clients. We ask that all clients follow these guidelines as they are mandatory, not elective in ensuring public safety and in order for Lone Mountain to be open to provide veterinary services. At LMAH, we are following COVID-19…

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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.

Business Hours:
Monday – Friday: 7AM – 6PM
Saturday: 7AM – 5PM
Sunday: 8AM – 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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