Nonprofit opening first full-service veterinary clinic in Nevada

Posted at 3:29 PM, Jul 13, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-13 18:29:02-04

Hearts Alive Village Las Vegas (HAVLV) is opening a low-cost, high-quality veterinary clinic in the valley this fall.

The full-service clinic located at 3250 N Decatur, will provide reasonably priced veterinary care to community animals as well as adoptable animals through the rescue and other nonprofit rescue organizations.

The Pet Adoption and Wellness center is at the corner of Cheyenne and Decatur, strategically located to serve the population that needs it most.

This 8393 square foot building is on .66 acres of land and is comprised of a full-service veterinary clinic, grooming facility, and boarding facility.

The clinic is not meant to be a competitor of for-profit veterinary clinics, but rather a resource for those who cannot afford to patronize them or are unable to qualify for credit.

Although the low costs will make care available to a wider population, there will still be pet owners who have no ability to pay.

The Village Fund is a program used to provide free veterinary care for owners who are unable to afford even our low-cost services. This funding will come from grants and community donations.

Community support will be essential to the clinic’s success and we have launched a Veterinary Equipment Drive to stock the clinic with everything from an Ultrasound machine to digital thermometers.

Donors can select items to donate at: www.heartsalivevillage.shop.