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  City Las Vegas, NV
  Zip Code 89135
  Address 3565 S. Town Center Drive
  Phone Number (702) 262-1300

  • I would not recommend this business
  • location
  • Rude and callous people.

My complaint complaint about Dr Leslie Stewart centers on how I was treated more than how the pet was treated, though there are questions about the treatment of the pet. I brought in my cat Ariel Monday to have his nails trimmed. He was feeling fine and had been fine for a long time. The next day after bringing him home he began to act sick, refused to eat, stayed in his box etc. So on Friday May 15 I brought him in to the vet where I have been a client for 10 years. I do not know whether the services they charged me $282 for worked as he is still sick. However, I was very rudely treated by the staff. I am 77, have heart condition and other health debilities. They made me wait in the 90 degree sun for 45 minutes, then they wouldn’t take my credit card, said I needed to phone it in. So I did but the girl who answered kept hanging up because she said she had other things to do. Finally they took the card number and I was able to get my cat. Then Dr. Leslie Stewart called me and said I was unwelcome to bring my cat back because I had called their girl an idiot. She did not ask me if I had done so nor did Stewart have any witnesses to verify the charge. I do not remember calling the girl and idiot, but do remember the girl was rude hanging up on me and making me wait standing for 45 minutes in the sun in their parking lot. I do remember thinking she behaved like an idiot. Currently I have a sick cat and no vet, Stewart was very rude, nasty, and unprofessional in her treatment of me. She did not want to listen to my side of the story. Her behavior is especially bad given the conditions of virus and the vulnerability of elderly patients to the virus. I might add that in past I have noticed a disrespect on the part of Town Center vet toward elderly people.

Value for moneypricy
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QualityOK if you are willing to put up with rudeness and inefficiency
LocationAbout the only good thing on this place
Overall ratingFair

  • I would recommend this business

They really took care of my baby rocky,had reasonable prices,never tried to sell us anything unnecessary,and everyone there is very friendly!

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Overall ratingExcellent

  • I would recommend this business

Easy scheduling, friendly staff and compassionate veterinarians make TCAH an easy choice for your pet's better health!

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Overall ratingExcellent

  • I would recommend this business

Dr Grogan is absolutely the most caring. vetenarian I have ever known. She loves pets and was so. thoughtful when my dog Bo crossed the rainbow Bridge. She made a very painful situation better with her kind words and caring. Thanks to all the staff for their support

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Overall ratingExcellent

  • I would recommend this business

The vets and staff at this location are definitely much better and caring than any of the other animal hospitals or clinics I’ve ever been to. It’s quite a drive for us to go there since it’s about 30min away from my place without traffic but it’s definitely worth it. I had to come back after a few experiences at several other locations close to me. I would certainly recommend this place especially Dr. Stewart!!!

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  • I would recommend this business

I want to give a huge thank you to Dr. Ashely and her team. I recently had to bring my baby girl Spooky in to be cared for because she was very badly injured, unfortunately after many meds, and failed specialist attempts, we had to have her put to rest. The love that Dr. Ashely and her staff showed my baby girl, in her last moments meant the WORLD to my family. She was a beautiful girl, and she is so GREATLY missed. Dr Ashley treated us as though we were family, and like she had known Spooky Cat her entire life. When I received the Cardin the mail from her and her team members it absolutely helped the healing process. Thank you all for the love, and kind words for us and our beloved Spooky Pookie. Thank you to the other vets here that have helped my grandma and I with Palmer, Mischief, and Mittens over the years. You are all wonderful. You will never loose my business. Thank you Dr Lavengco also for all the help, and love.

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  • I would not recommend this business
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  • Liars

All about money. Big liars.. Don't waste your time..

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  • I would recommend this business

Everyone was so helpful and caring. My dog is a rescue - I'm her 4th (and final!) owner - and they completely understood that she was skittish and did all they could to make her feel safe. It was a fantastic experience for both myself and the dog, and I will be coming here for all of my pet needs going forward.

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  • I would not recommend this business
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  • Scammers, money oriented

Being a military veteran i know clean when i enter a room. This place was dirty had animal hairs and bacteria all over the exam room. My dog left with a nasty odor from this place. I was also given meds not necessary for my dog. They only care about money and should be investigated and shut down.

P.S. youve either gotta have money to 💩 or be really stupid to fall for the overpriced BS.

I hope someone with power can investigate this place, shut them down, and make an example out of them.

Value for moneyNo value
Service & supportMoney oriented
QualityHorrible
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Overall ratingPoor

  • I would recommend this business

Great group of people, doctors, etc. We take all three of our dogs there and they're treated like family. Highly recommend them!

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  • I would not recommend this business
  • Where do I begin

This is a true story. A mother and her 15 and 18 year old children take their beloved 13 1/2 year old dachshund to TCAH to cross over the Rainbow Bridge. The dog has had cancer and has been treated here including multiple surgeries. The dog was xrayed, examined and had blood work done 13 days before the date in question. On the date in question, xray shows that it is time and the dog is taken in the back to have the catheter put in. Allegedly, while inserting the catheter, the dying dog bit Dr. Kyle, who was not the treating doctor.

The family is never told that this occurred and the treating physician is never told that there is an issue. At some point, mom and children are moved to a quieter room where the procedure will be done. And the dog and the treating doctor come in and the broken hearted mom and children say their goodbyes to their beloved pet who is in mom's arms. The treating doctor is in the process of inserting the first needle into the catheter when Dr Kyle tells a vet tech to retrieve the treating doctor from the room and she is whisked out of the room with no explanation while the family sits stunned wondering who would pull a doctor out of a room the moment a families pet is about to die. The treating doctor is then sent back into the room to tell the family that she has been told she cannot euthanize their suffering dog because Dr Kyle called animal control and they were on their way to seize the dog for a 10 day rabies quarantine.

This dog had hours to live and the family was then expected to wait for animal control to come take their dog and let it die in a kennel alone, scared and suffering. They didnt. There are no words to describe the shock and trauma this mother and children experienced and will forever experience. Dr Kyle said nothing to the family or to the treating doctor prior to calling animal control and then completely annihilated this family at the worst possible moment and deprived their dying dog of a peaceful, dignified death.

Value for moneyUnethical
Service & supportCalled animal control on my dying dog
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  • I would not recommend this business
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  • Unethical, Unprofessional, Lack Integrity and Responsibility for their actions.

Please for the sake of your Pets, research All reviews on google and Yelp before taking your pet to Town Center Animal Hospital. We hate this place! Unfortunately, we are not the only ones who have had the "Cancer scare tatic" used on us. Like Matt on the previous review, my husband and I were also told our dog had Cancer when he did not.

We regret more than anything our decision to trust Dr. Stewart. She told us our dog likely had cancer and would need chemo or medication to prolong his life. She ignored pathology reports and records in which the Pathologist had stated that there was no concern for Neoplasia - which ruled out cancer. We trusted her to do the right thing and to provide us with the best options and most preventative measures, like medication first. Instead she put our pet through an unnecessary and very expensive surgery, which left him with huge, sloppily stitched scars. The recovery process our pet went through because of her Assumptions was nothing less than heartbreaking.

Our pet never had cancer or needed chemo or medications to prolong his life. Dr. Stewart failed our pet and us. It is extremely disappointing that in all her years of experience, she made such a huge mistake! Furthermore Management is extremely unprofessional, condesending and lack any integrity and responsibility for their actions. We will Never recommend Town Center Animal Hospital ever!

Value for moneyMoney comes first.
Service & supportHorrible Service, No Support
QualityLacks Quality
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Overall ratingFair

  • Friendly staff
  • Manipulate patients for their financial benefit, expensive, uneducated

I'm very disappointed with this clinic, I looked for a reputable vet around my area and decided to try TCAH. My newly rescued dog had an upper respiratory infection which I needed antibiotics for. I took him in for bloodwork just in case ruling out any other complications. The vet told me he had swollen lymph nodes and it is cancer so we should act immediately. Of course hearing my new puppy and the word cancer I want to test and do what I can. Needless to say, it was not cancer.

Now of course they wanted to do bloodwork and urinalysis testing, but they did not ask me what I wanted instead they scared me into telling me since it's not cancer he probably has organ failure. They ran many tests that I wasn't even aware of until I got the bill.
I finally didn't have an answer, so I went and talked to another vet clinic and my puppy was diagnosed with kennel cough. The new clinic felt so bad for the hundreds of dollars I shoveled out to TCAH that they gave me a free exam and round of antibiotics.
I warn those who use TCAH! Although they have a very friendly staff, they over charge and over treat! Do not allow them to scare you into having more testing done.

Value for moneyVery expensive
Service & supportUnethical
QualityDiagnosed my dog with cancer when it was only kennel cough
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  • I would recommend this business
  • Great Prices

I work with different Animal Rescue organizations and Town Center Animal Hospital is very good to us. Their Spay and Neuter rates are low and we need to save every penny to help as many animals as we can. Oh and their shots are only $10 each. The docs are all really nice too.

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Customer Testimonials

Highly recommend Dr. Lavengco at Town Center! He is extremely knowledgable and caring and always takes the time to explain things to me - and most importantly, he shows my little guys love and tries his best to make them feel comfortable. They are usually scared at the vet and obviously can't understand why they're sick or in pain or why they're even there, and I find he talks to them and really tries to comfort them - even showing them medication or instruments before just doing something.

As far as I can see, he and the rest of the staff respect the animals they work with - and they understand how stressful it is for the puppy parents too - even when we ask a million questions! I know my 3 little ones are in good hands with him and everyone here.


Words cannot express my gratitude to Dr. Charlotte Pulliman for her excellent, I mean excellent, care we receive ever time. She never rushes us and listens to all of our questions and concerns for our fur babies. Zoe has developed a heart condition now and without Dr. Pulliman's research and quick care our Zoe would be hot water. Through Dr. Pulliman diligence and care Zoe is back to her old self. Dr. Pulliman has shown the greatest care with our other dogs as well. Especially with Shawn when he stunk up the room, with his digestive issues, sorry. Again thank you Dr. Pulliman, you are a true blessing from God.


This review is long overdue. I have lived in Las Vegas since 2008. Since, I have had the same 2 dogs amongst other rescues that I have fostered, rehabilitated and adopted out. Over 80 with hands on. Which means I have frequently used Veterinarian facilities. Good Veterinarians come and go out of the city, and some practices either have amazing staff and bad medical team, or agreat facility but with crappie staff with mediocre doctors.... Town Center Animal Hospital is the whole package! Especially Dr. Stewart.

Words cannot express the trust and appreciation I have in her for my dogs that are my heart! Dr Stewart goes above and beyond any expectation. I am not discrediting anyone else's poor experience, but from what I have experienced, the facility staff, front, back, groomer, boarding and Dr Stewart have been phenomenal and cared for my dogs and even entertained my infant son when he was with me. In fact, the front office remembered his medical battle and offered sympathy and cheer for the good day he was having. Dr Stewart has empathy and compassion. She worked with our family to get through my dogs health in a fiscally manageable plan. Thank you TCAH!


Thank you from the bottom of our hearts! Dr Pulliam you are amazing. Thank you for taking such great care of Bella!! This is the best place to take your loved one!! Town Center Animal Hospital is the best!!


My baby Cupcake was in so much pain and Dr. Pepper took such great care of my baby. She even came in on her day off just to give me the run down on my puppies health after her surgery. Cupcake is so much better and I am so grateful.


I took my dog in and turned out she had a neck injury. All tests and results were done in such a short time. Dr Stewart was so caring and listened to everything, she was so detailed and thorough about the treatment my dog would receive. The staff and Dr Stewart are awesome!!


Always happy how my dogs are taken care of. My girls are usually afraid going in but by the time Dr comes in & talks to them they calm down. I like that. I feel they know they are in good,kind loving hands.


Words can't express how awesome this place is. I worked with them as a volunteer for the humane society for many years. Recently, I had to have my own kitty examined for a broken tooth. I don't have much money, so I called around to get the lowest price. Town Center was by far the most reasonable. Same goes for spays and neuters. You wouldn't expect it, because it's in Summerlin. But they were less expensive than the Animal Foundation and Heaven Can Wait. Dr Ashley spent time making sure I understood what my kitty needed, and helped find a "donor" who anonymously paid for Loki's dental work. It was going to cost almost $1,000. I was going to have him put down rather than allow him to suffer. I can't say enough good about them. They saved my beloved Loki


Very caring vets! Real clean and well organized. They are super friendly. They also made a follow-up call to me to check up on my dog after surgery the next day.

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From Our Website

Our veterinarians and staff are committed to providing your pet with the most compassionate and advanced health care available. Please call 702-262-1300 to make an appointment. Walk-In Service is also available. Your pet's health care is our top priority at Town Center Animal Hospital. We opened in October 2008 in Summerlin to provide high-quality, full service veterinary medical technology, advanced surgical procedures and high-tech diagnostic equipment to all our clients. Our state of the art medical care is balanced with our commitment to old-fashioned care, compassion, and respect for our patients and clients.


1 out of 3 pets will get lost at some point in their lifetime. Without identification, 90% will not return home. The Home Again Microchip is a safe, non-migrating microchip with an unalterable 10 digit code which lasts the entire life of your pet. The chip is approximately the size of a grain of rice and is injected between your pet's shoulder blades. While collars with identification tags are strongly recommended for all cats and dogs, they can be lost or removed leaving the lost pet with no means of verifying its owner.


Our staff is dedicated to working with you to ensure your pet's health. One of the biggest problems we see is with proper nutrition, which is why we offer nutritional counseling to all of our clients. Developing and maintaining a balanced diet is paramount to good health, so we have a variety of different nutritional plans for your pet to go on. This might range from a special post surgery diet to a diet that helps combat or prevent disease, but rest assured that we have the right plan for your animal.


All residents living within the city of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson are by law required to license their pets. People residing in the unincorporated area of Clark County are no longer required to have a pet license. In order to obtain a license for your pet you must have a current Rabies certificate. Other vaccines are strongly recommended for the protection and health of your pet as well as other animals they may come in contact with, i.e. grooming and boarding facilities, dog parks, etc. Puppies and kittens receive important nutrients and antibodies from their mother's milk while they are nursing.


At Town Center Animal Hospital we want to make sure your pet is always comfortable, and that's why our Pet Hotel is second to none in service and accommodations. We also offer individual runs for dogs that may prefer their own space. We have a number of runs as well that are comfortable for multiple dogs. And our cat condos provide ample room for felines to bask and relax. Our staff is committed to the care and well-being of the pets staying with us. We have a deep love of animals and take care of all our boarders as if they were our own, giving lots of attention and TLC to help reduce the stress of being away from home.


Dr. Stewart has lived in Las Vegas since 1991 after her father's retirement from the Air Force. Although she enjoyed living in various states and countries, she is proud to call Las Vegas her permanent home. She is a 2001 UNLV alum and a 2006 graduate of Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests are in small animal Internal Medicine, Dentistry and practice management. Dr. Stewart has worked within our group of hospitals since 1996. She started as a receptionist, then became a Licensed Veterinary Technician until leaving for veterinary school in 2002.


Surgical procedures are performed at Town Center Animal Hospital everyday of the week, although it is preferred that we perform elective surgeries on Monday-Saturday. An appointment is advised. We ask that all patients check-in between 7-9 am on the morning of the scheduled surgery, and please allow for at least 15 minutes to meet with a veterinarian. The owner, or authorized agent, dropping off an animal for surgery must be at least 18 years old. It is important that no food be given after 11:00 pm the night before; please also limit water intake.


Town Center Animal Hospital is always looking to make your experience with us more enjoyable, efficient, and convenient. We offer an on-site pharmacy that can fill your prescriptions while you wait, and you can even send your prescription refill requests to us on this website or via phone. Just log into the pet portal on the front page and follow the given instructions. Having an on site pharmacy is important to us because the convenience of seeing your pet's doctor and being able to pick up your pet's prescription medication in a single visit reduces the time and cost you may incur both on the original visit and any future medication refill visits.