$35 Microchip, Registration, and Placement

$35 Microchip, Registration, and Placement

We want to help bring lost pets home. That's why we are offering a microchip, registration, and placement for 35. Click here for all the details.

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Spring Pet Safety

Spring Pet Safety

Spring is kicking in, and while the birds may be chirping and the bees may be buzzing, you should keep an eye out to protect your pet from seasonal hazards. Check out these Spring Pet Safety Tips!

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Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic

At Green Valley Animal Hospital we want to ensure all our furry friends can get the highest quality care at the most affordable prices available.

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Welcome New Clients

Welcome New Clients

Green Valley Animal Hospital welcomes new clients to our veterinary facility.

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    Welcome to Green Valley Animal Hospital. We recommend all prospective, new and current clients register for free on our website. It will help keep you up to date on all news, specials and pet happenings from around the hospital. It will also make it easier to use our state of the art website designed specifically for you and your pet. Our veterinarians and staff are committed to providing your pet with the most compassionate and advanced health care available. Please call us at 795-4440 or click here to email us at GVAnimalHospital@gmail.com

    Green Valley Animal Hospital was established in 2008 as a full-service veterinary hospital, providing care for dogs and cats in Henderson, Nevada. We are a walk-in clinic so you never need an appointment. As the community flourished, the hospital has grown to a three doctor practice offering services 7 days a week and providing on-site, 24-hour emergency care.





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    We want to help bring lost pets home. That's why we are offering a microchip, registration, and placement for $35. Read all the details
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    Spring is kicking in, and while the birds may be chirping and the bees may be buzzing, you should keep an eye out to protect your pet from
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    Dental disease is the #1 illness affecting pets. Read below to learn more about how dental care can help your pet live a longer, healthier

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