Vetco Vaccination

Shot Clinic

Learn more about our walk-in shot clinics for your pets annual vaccinations.
Vetco Pet Health

Dog & Cat Health

Learn about your pets health and what veterinary health services are available at Vetco.
Vetco Exotic Animals

Pet Health Blog

Learn about pet health and veterinary issues for all animals. Get tips and tricks to keep your pet healthy.
Vetco Veterinary Services

Vet Services

We offer a full list of pet veterinary services. See the full list of veterinary services offered by Vetco.
They were friendly and fast. My cat hates the vet but we were in and out so fast I don't think she knew we were there! -Lauren M.
They gave my cat her yearly shots. They were quick and the price was the best that I could find for this service. -Linda L.

Latest Posts

  • Vetco Vet Services for Cats
    Should You Bother With Pet Checkups?
    Why Pet Check-Ups Are Worth It It’s something no one wants to think about – your pet is aging or ill and needs care. Getting regular check-ups for your pet in New Mexico can help alleviate some worry by identifying potential health problems and risks before they...
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  • Xylitol is in Peanut Butter? WHAT!
    Xylitol is in Peanut Butter? WHAT!
    Xylitol in Peanut Butter Peanut Butter is a great treat for your dog. Not only is it healthy but your pup will love it.  We post a lot of dog food recipes that include peanut butter in the ingredients. However, not all healthy peanut butter is actually...
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    Dangers of Anesthesia
    Pets need anesthesia if they have to undergo a surgery or dental cleaning. This is a necessary part of their veterinary health care, but anesthesia is not with out risk. It is important to understand the risks, and what you can do to help lower the risks. ...
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  • cat health
    Feline Leukemia
    You have likely heard about Feline Leukemia (FeLV), and may have even known a cat that has had Feline Leukemia.  Here is the scary stuff: Feline Leukemia is not curable. 85% of cats that contract Feline Leukemia die within 3 years, less if they go untreated. Feline...
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