Holiday Hours

Vet-Co will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day  as well as New Years Eve and New Years Day, so our staff can spend the holiday with their families.

Closed: December 24, 25, 31 and January 1

We will be open the rest of the week for surgeries and shot clinics.

We will resume normal business hours on Monday November 26th.

We hope you have a wonderful holiday!

 

Santa Came to Vet-Co

Last Saturday Santa came to Vet-Co and he had an amazing time! We got over 2 boxes of food to donate to the Roadrunner Food Bank  and had over 60 people come and get their pets picture with Santa.  100.3 The Peak radio station joined us over lunch time and broadcasted live from the event. Donny, from The Peak, said he thought it was a great event and had a really fun time.

It wasn’t just dogs and cats that joined us, we had some super cute babies and kids and even had Gracie the Macaw join us and get her photo taken with some of our people friends.

Take a look at some of the great photos!

 

Vet-Co is the Official Vet of Best Friends Animal Society


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Albuquerque Vet-Co is proud to announce that they are the official vet for Best Friend’s Animal Society.  We have  a strong commitment to the A
lbuquerque animal community and were the first veterinary clinic in Albuquerque to work with animal rescue groups to improve the help of animal rescues. We have been working with Best Friends since the program came to Albuquerque in April of 2012, assisting with their Cat Initiative to eliminate Albuquerque’s homeless cat population. The Best Friends Cat Initiative uses a method (Trap/Neuter/Release), which has proven to be the only successful humane long-term solution to control cat populations. In an ongoing effort to reduce the homeless cat population, Best Friends will be using Vet-Co exclusively for the veterinary needs of their Cat Initiative. Cindy Houghton, manager of Vet-Co, said

“We are so proud of the work we have done with the Best Friends Animal Society and are very excited to be their official vet clinic for New Mexico.”

Vet-Co continues to do work with New Mexico’s animal rescue groups helping to improve the health of animal rescues and support the endeavors of the rescue community. Help support a healthy animal population by getting your cat spayed or neutered!

As Bob Barker would say…. “Bob Barker reminding your to help control the pet population. Have your pet spayed or neutered. Good night everybody!”

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