I was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, and my love and passion for animals has been with me since I moved to Reno, which is relatively young. My family's love for animals continues to this day, as we raised a raccoon as babies and our family has been raising pets like raccoons since babies. I've looked after pretty much every animal you get from pet shops while Alex has grown up with a love of dogs and cats.
Luna is our shelter rescue kitten and Daniel is Dr. Harrison, who works as a veterinarian and keeper at Lake Tahoe Veterinary Medical Center in Reno, Nevada.
The positive test results were confirmed, and Peterson said the gorilla is being closely monitored by vets and will remain at Lake Tahoe Veterinary Medical Center in Reno, Nevada, for the rest of his life.
If you are looking for a dog that loves your dog through our Crazy Good Program, please contact us. If you tell us that the dog is so sick and cannot be trained that it should be euthanized, we will call you to tell you who it is and who will love it and whether it can train or not, and if so, it should be.
The health and welfare of our pets is very important to us and we take all possible measures to give our animals the care they deserve. At the same time, we try to make the clinic so comfortable and quiet that our pets can relax in the waiting room and look forward to meeting our veterinarian. All registered customers also subscribe to our newsletter, which is created by veterinarians.
We give you access to educational materials, including epethealth, and many veterinary-approved articles that can help you learn about the conditions and medications your pet is taking and that you can find here. Neil Powell, DVM, has more than 20 years of experience in treating serious illnesses and offers regular wellness treatments for pets.
He received his bachelor's degree in biology in 2017 and his veterinary license in 2019. He is currently enrolled at the University of Sierra Nevada as a biology student and dreams of one day becoming a veterinarian. He is completing his first year of his Masters in Veterinary Medicine and the second year in Animal Health.
He began a career in animal care after working as a mobile veterinarian for 2.5 years and running a boarding school at Lake Tahoe Veterinary Medical Center (LVMAC) in Lake City, California. He was also an assistant at a local veterinary clinic and was in charge of the boarding school for several years. After training as a technician, he began his professional career as a veterinary assistant while continuing to run boarding schools in his home state of California and other parts of the country.
Gina left the veterinary sector to pursue a career in animal care at Lake Tahoe Veterinary Medical Center (LVMAC) in Lake City, California.
Today she is a technician, likes to help animals and has a special interest in dentistry and all things dermatology. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2011 and loves the daily contact with animals, customers and employees. My love for animals continues to grow every day and I am honored to work with so many talented vets and vets at Lake Tahoe Veterinary Medical Center (LVMAC). I love working in the animal care industry and have been working in it since 2016.
She has three blurry cats and a sweet shepherd mix named Leo, who is always close behind, always looking for love and bottom scratches. She also dances for the Reno Dance Company and enjoys taking her daughter to Lake Tahoe. Rachel also has two dogs, with whom she likes to walk, hike and train, as well as a cat and a dog.
In spring 2009 she obtained her certification in veterinary acupuncture from the highly regarded CSU program. She has successfully integrated acupuncture into her veterinary and surgical practice. This experience helped her prepare for her appointment at Mount Rose Animal Hospital, where she continued her education and successfully obtained a veterinary license.
The CSN surgery appointments she undergoes at the shelter are performed once a week by a team of vets from Mount Rose Animal Hospital and Lake Tahoe Veterinary Hospital.
The South Lake Tahoe veterinary clinic is very easy to reach and directions can be found on our contact page. If you are in the area and need a friendly, trusted vet to take care of your pet, look no further. All pet keeping / neutering operations completed at participating local veterinarians have the option to be transported to Truckee for a free, one-day visit to Mount Rose Animal Hospital. Income-oriented operations for cats and dogs under 5 years of age are performed at the shelter as well as the clinic in TruCkee.