Town Center Animal Hospital is located in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas, and caters exclusively to cats and dogs in need of a helping hand. Inside the luxurious space, a large shelf decked out with everything from treats and pet food to toothpaste offers the necessities the animals (and their owners) need to maintain proper pet health. The hospital also provides 24-hour emergency services, thanks to several on-staff veterinarians, and specialty surgeries are possible as well. To keep animals and their owners happy, Town Center Animal Hospital provides free exams to new clients, just to make sure your pet is in top-notch condition. Routine and advanced dental procedures, digital ultrasounds, drop-off appointments and customized wellness plans are also available for all cats and dogs.
The West Charleston Animal Hospital is a large veterinarian space that specializes in the extensive and everyday needs of beloved family dogs and cats. The hospital is beautiful on the inside and out, thanks to the stone tile exterior and tall windows, while the inside holds a large reception desk and comfortable lobby, plus food and treats for recovering animals. A massive treatment area on site allows plenty of room for dogs and cats to feel comfortable and unafraid, while six trained staff members conduct their services seven days a week. Emergency care is available until midnight, and the hospital allows walk-ins; they even board animals when owners are out of town.
Selected Best Vet of 2011 in North Las Vegas by Best Vet in Town, The gentle veterinarians and staff members at Ann Road Animal Hospital tailor animal medical services and house furry friends at a luxurious pet hotel. Canines inspect every inch of ample dog runs during three daily walks, and cats explore one comfortable spot of a luxurious cat condo during 45 daily naps. In between basking at their private or shared suites, domestic critters dine on Science Diet or their own special blends before curling up on clean bedding. Thorough medical examinations use state-of-the-art equipment to scour pets for any abnormalities or symptoms of disease, and stylish grooming prevents rebellious canines from growing their hair out and joining anarchist communes of sheep dogs.
Old Yeller. Lassie. Shilo. These loyal, loving creatures have won the hearts of millions in their fictional roles, supporting Drs. Sumit Sabharwal and Therayouk Keo’s belief that pets are vital members of their families, even if they are middle "children." At Seven Hills Pet Hospital, the doctors and their veterinary team provide tender care for their clients’ animal companions, ranging from preventative services to dentistry to radiology and surgery. They also offer wellness plans for dogs and cats that cover basic preventative-care services, such as vaccinations and regular exams.
Heather Brooks plays with dogs for a living. The results of these puppy-fests can be seen in her portfolio of candid portraits that capture each pooch's unique personality. After honing her photographic craft on human families, Heather decided to launch Pupparazzi, carting her equipment to canines' natural habitats to snap up-close and personal puppy pics in black and white and full color. Heather knows all the tricks of the trade, like eschewing flash for natural light and shooting under a tree for the kind of soft light that brings out a pup's true eye color. Her telephoto lenses and fast shutter settings are able to capture the quick flick of a puppy's tail or the moment before a dog realizes that the Frisbee he's about to catch is actually a miniature UFO. Heather snaps her shutter for cats and other animals, too, and when the flashbulb frenzy comes to a close, pet owners can decorate their homes and bodies with fine-art prints and custom jewelry featuring their furry friend's face.