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South Valley Animal Clinic:
A Healthy Pet is a Happy Pet!
Welcome to South Valley Animal Clinic, where we believe a healthy pet is a happy pet! Our talented South Valley team is proud to provide compassionate, personalized care for the animals in your life including dogs and cats. When your animals can't visit our state-of-the-art animal clinic, our vet will come to you. From puppy and kitten vaccines to urgent care, house calls and farm visits, we provide comprehensive services to meet all your animals' health needs.
We Provide Los Lunas Vet Care
to Keep Pets Healthy and Active
Albuquerque and Los Lunas veterinarians Dr. William Heite and Dr. Donna Trent-Heite have over 50 combined years of experience providing veterinary care for animals. Together with our experienced veterinary team, our veterinarians are proud to provide your animals with affordable high quality care.
As soon as you enter our animal clinic, you'll experience the difference that our compassionate care makes. We have a calm, friendly and inviting environment, so both you and your pets will feel comfortable and relaxed during a visit.
We have an in-house laboratory, in-house pharmacy, and an online pharmacy for your convenience. If your pet needs advanced care, we provide specialist referral.
Preventive wellness care is the foundation of our pet care program. We treat your pets with love and compassion, and through annual wellness exams, we strive to keep your pets healthy and active for life. If you have a new kitten or puppy in the family, we encourage you to bring your pet into our animal clinic so we can begin the puppy and kitten vaccine series. The immune system of puppies, kittens and foals is continually developing, so your pet's vet will administer these vaccinations every few weeks so your pet is fully protected against common diseases, including rabies.
We recommend annual examinations for all pets, and a semi-annual exam for senior pets. During an exam, your pet's vet performs a complete physical, recommends appropriate diagnostic lab work, including a fecal parasite exam. These tests allow us to catch the early warning signs of an illness. Just like in humans, the earlier we are able to detect a health condition such as parasites, cancer or thyroid disease, the more treatment options we have available. We strive to keep your pets healthy and proactively work with pet owners to manage potential health concerns. Our team is also happy to talk about common dietary and behavior issues and make appropriate recommendations.
From your pet's first steps to senior care, our vet team is committed to keeping your pet active, happy and healthy for life. Visit South Valley Animal Clinic and Equine Wellness today and experience the difference that our care can make for your pet!
South Valley Animal Clinic Joins PACA's New Public Spay/Neuter Program
We are excited to announce our support of the 'Fix the 505' program. Fix the 505 is a small scale FREE spay/neuter program for low income pet owners. PACA (People's Anti-Cruelty Association) selected a few local veterinarian clinic's, including South Valley Animal Clinic to participate in this necessary program. Please watch the short video above or visit http://paca-aar.org/index.php/donate/sponsor-a-spay for more information!
This program has been temporarily discontinued by PACA. The Animal Humane Society has a new spay and neuter program for South Valley residents. Please call (505) 255-5523 for more information!
Dr. William Heite and Dr. Donna Trent-Heite | Albuquerque Veterinarian
South Valley Animal Clinic
Call us Today at 505-807-9985
4021 Isleta Blvd SW
Albuquerque, NM 87105