1607 N Date St. Truth or Consequences, NM 87901 - 575-894-6773

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Our Facility

Our 4,500 square foot building currently houses Sierra Veterinary Services, LLC and Sierra Animal Shelter. The corrals and large animal handling area are conveniently located in the rear of the building to offer easy trailer access and excellent unloading and loading facilities for all livestock including equine patients.

reception

This is our welcome and reception area. Your visit starts and ends right here!

Products

We offer the full line of Hill's Science Diet and Hill's Prescription Diet pet foods.  With this full line of products you are assured of the best nutritional options for your pet.

Exam

Our two fully disinfected exam rooms are always maintained so that your wait is kept to an absolute minimum. 

Exam

Our exam rooms are private and comfortable and include a lift table so your pet's visit should be as pleasant as possible. 

Table

This is our wet table. We use this area for surgery preparation, dental procedures, and emergency stabilization.

Surgery

Our surgery suite is fully equipped. We enjoy the benefits that laser surgery provides to our patients and our anesthesia delivery system is maintained to the strictest standards. We offer a wide range of soft tissue surgeries to meet your pet's needs.

Radiology

The radiology suite features digital radiology, meaning your pet's radiographs can be read in less than 5 minutes.  The system also allows us to send a cd copy of your pets radiograph home with you.  We can also send radiographs to specialists for second opinions. 

Lab

Our laboratory is equipped with IDEXX Laser Cyte and IDEXX catalyst DX equipment so that we can perform most diagnostic tests in the clinic and provide you with results in about 20 minutes. We also perform a microscopic analysis of your pet's blood to help aid the diagnostic process.  We also offer a wide range of health screening tests including testing for heartworms, feline leukemia, feline immunodeficiency virus, tick related diseases, and thyroid function.

Did you know? The average life span of the domestic pet ferret is 5-7 years.