Las Vegas Animal Hospital Provides Quality Care

At St. Francis Animal Hospital, our Las Vegas veterinarian, we are committed to providing quality care for your lovable animals. Dr. David Drake and Licensed Veterinary Technician Carolann care for a range of animals from dogs and cats to reptiles and pocket pets. Our Las Vegas animal hospital focuses on pet wellness care, including vaccinations and dental services. pet wellness las vegas vet

To prevent long waiting times, our Downtown Vegas veterinarians typically see animals by appointment only. Yearly examinations are essential optimal wellness and health, whether you have puppies/kittens, grown-up dogs/cats, or a reptile or bunny. During annual examinations, our veterinarian will thoroughly examine and discuss any concerns about your pet's health and well-being.

Pet wellness and preventative care help to ensure that your lovable creatures are living comfortable and healthy lives. We strive to create a personable experience with every visit to our office so that owners and their pets feel like they are receiving the kindness and care they deserve. 

Pet Wellness Care Includes Regular Check-Ups, Vaccinations & Dental Care

Wellness exams are important to make sure that your pet's health is maintained and Dr. Drake can evaluate and possibly treat any symptoms before they turn into a bigger health issue. We can keep vaccinations up-to-date for your pet and coordinate spay and neuter procedures as needed. We also have the capabilities to provide more intensive care should your pet require surgery and we are available to provide a second opinion if you are facing a decision regarding animal health care.

Vaccinations are an essential part of pet wellness care. Puppies and kittens should receive vaccines for distemper, parovirus and rabies starting at six to eight weeks of  age. The vaccinations provide protection against fatal diseases, either by preventing the disease completely or by reducing its impact. Vaccinating your pet protects both your pet and your family, as many diseases can spread from animals to humans. Our downtown Las Vegas veterinarian can discuss a vaccination schedule with you that is appropriate for your pet.

Pet wellness care at our animal hospital also includes dental care. Las Vegas Veterinarians will examine your pet's teeth and gums to ensure that they are healthy and we can make recommendations when dental cleaning and x-rays are necessary. Pet dental problems include periodontal disease or gum disease. Left untreated, periodontal disease makes it difficult for your pet to eat. It can also spread to other areas of the body, leading to other health problems.

pet wellness For after hours, weekend and holiday animal emergency care, our Las Vegas animal hospital is affiliated with Animal Emergency Center to handle urgent needs. Should you need to travel somewhere without your animal, our hospital also offers pet boarding services for current clients. Las Vegas animal boarding current clients only means we know the health conditions of the pets and are better able to care for them. Call our Downtown Vegas animal hospital today to make an appointment for your dog or cat.

Featured Articles Toggle Articles

Featured Articles

Find Dr. Drake on Google Plus

St. Francis Animal Hospital

1208 So. Eastern Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Get Directions



Downtown Las Vegas Vet

Veterinary Topics

Member Topics

Welcome Guest!

Want access to members only content?
Sign in with your account, or register to become a member below.

Animal Hospital Hours