Veterinarians in Eddy County, NM

Comprehensive list of Eddy County, New Mexico based veterinary clinics and animal hospitals offering advanced medical diagnostics or pet treatment. Find a veterinarian for your dog, cat or other pet.

Eddy County, NM

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Lovington Veterinary Clinic is holding monthly drawings for Pet of the Month. To nominate your pet, complete the short nomination form, and submit a nice reproducible photo to us or we can take one for you.


The name is Spanish for favorite home. Come to Casa Querencia Animal Health & Consulting Center for quality veterinary and medical services for dogs, cats, and horses. We keep your animals in top shape with everything from surgeries and vaccinations to dental work and x-rays. Get annual physical exams and checkups to identify and prevent future problems before they arise.


The Ruidoso Animal Clinic is a complete-service veterinary hospital that supplies you with the finest in health care for your pets. We provide a blend of well qualified veterinary specialists. Ruidoso Animal Clinic employees have a deep sense of caring, compassion and responsibility for all of our patients, as well as their co-workers.



The Veterinary Medical Clinic has been delivering compassionate, affordable veterinary care to the Alamogordo and Holloman AFB community since 1958. We're dedicated to delivering the highest possible service and services, and our Web site is now available for you twenty-four hours a day and 7 days a week.


Alamogordo Animal Hospital is a complete service animal hospital that has been serving Otero county since 1971. With modern and specialized equipment, our clinic can meet the health requirements of your pet. We are dedicated to giving your pets the care they deserve. Feel free to browse through our site.


No information on the EPVMA web page is intended to supply veterinary medical services or advice. Each veterinarian using the information on the EPVMA site is responsible for evaluating the appropriateness of applying the information in any particular clinical situation. Non-veterinarians using the EPVMA web page should consult a qualified veterinarian for all animal health care requirements.