Affordable Veterinary Care in Las Vegas

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, there are an estimated 91,250 dogs and 76,000 cats that reside in Las Vegas, Nevada. Most pet owners want to do the right thing, providing necessary medical care to their beloved family members. Unfortunately, the costs for veterinary services have risen 10% between 2015 and 2018 (according to the Nationwide/Purdue University Price Index), and many pet owners now lack the ability to care for their animals.

Now consider the following facts:

  • Las Vegas has a poverty rate of approximately 12.9 and is the seventh-highest rate of homelessness in the country. Many people live on fixed incomes.
  • Our local shelter, The Animal Foundation, is the largest open-admission shelter in the country with the highest intake in the nation (18,140 dogs and 8,160 cats in 2018). A significant proportion of these pets are due to the family’s inability to access affordable veterinary care.

No pet should ever suffer because of their owner’s inability to afford treatment, and no pet owner should ever have to say goodbye to their beloved family member for financial reasons. 

Helping the Great People and Pets of Clark County

Hearts Alive Village is seeking community support for our full-service veterinary clinic to provide lifesaving services to the families and pets who need it the most. These families love their pets and want nothing more than to take care of them - if only they could afford the needed care. Hearts Alive Village will help them with your support.

While our prices will be affordable for most, there will still be families that are unable to pay anything at all. They will not be turned away.

We have created a Village Fund, supported 100% by community donations, to cover these expenses. Furthermore, your donation of equipment and treatment supplies on this site will greatly help us offset the costs of helping these struggling families.

About the Clinic

The Pet Adoption and Wellness Center is located at 3250 N. Decatur Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89130, conveniently located to service the zip codes with the highest percentage of people living below the poverty level in the State of Nevada.

The center will provide homeless dog and cat rehabilitation and sheltering, grooming services, boarding services, and a full-service clinic offering: 

  • Spay and Neuter
  • Vaccinations
  • Internal medicine and surgery
  • Supportive in-hospital care
  • Dental care
  • Skin disorders
  • Geriatric care

In addition to servicing community animals, the clinic will offer spay and neuter surgeries to fellow nonprofit rescue groups to increase the health and adoptability of homeless animals. Becoming a resource to regional shelters will help greatly in making the area No-Kill.

How Can You Help?

Your donation of essential equipment on this site will go directly to saving the lives of dogs and cats in our region who need it the most. Your compassion will help families stay together.

Our low-cost, high-quality veterinary clinic will be an invaluable resource to regional shelters and will provide critical assistance for families that, until now, have been unable to afford veterinary care for their beloved pets.

5 comments

  • When will it open up? We adopted an older dog recently, knowing he needed a cleaning and extractions which we made sure to have the money for. However his periodontia is so advanced that it caused a fractured jaw and we can’t afford the surgery at the moment as I am unemployed. This clinic will be a life saver if it opens up soon!.

    Mari
  • I need to make an appointment for my dog! He is a 10 year old ridgeback mix, he has a tumor growing in his lower belly! Please give me a call or send me the information so I can call! Thank you!!

    nancy merchan
  • Has your vet clinic opened?

    Nick
  • When is the clinic supposed to open?

    Beth Belkey
  • Thank you,for offering this service,some of these people really need help and there is no where to get it I am so happy to see this you guys are great I’ve met a few of you and I think you’re a wonderful organization

    Elaine Parker

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