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Mesa Veterinary Clinic and Paws N' Hooves Mobile Veterinary Clinic are proud to provide quality, convenient, and affordable services to "Help El Paso Help Our Pets!"
Mesa Veterinary Clinic is a fixed base clinic in West El Paso. Appointment are highly recommended, but walk-ins are welcome. Walk-in patients may experience a wait since our appointments take priority. In addition to routine services, Mesa Veterinary Clinic also offers hospitalization, boarding, quarantine, and house/farm visits.
Paws N' Hooves Mobile Veterinary Services is a mobile veterinary clinic rotating to different parts of the city. At Paws N' Hooves Mobile Veterinary Services all patients are seen on a walk-in basis. Paws N' Hooves Mobile Veterinary Services can perform all routine services including vaccines, bloodwork, spay and neuters, dental cleanings, and other minor surgeries.
For more information give us a call at 915-584-4491.
|Monday||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Tuesday||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Wednesday||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Thursday||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Friday||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Saturday||10:00 am||2:00 pm|
|Tuesday||8am- 4pm||Pets Barn 9807 Dyer|
|Wednesday||8am- 4pm||Pets Barn 9807 Dyer|
|Thursday||9am- 4pm||5500 N Desert Blvd|
|Friday||8am- 4pm||Pets Barn 11100 Sean Haggerty|
|Saturday||9:30am- 4pm||Pets Barn 1790 Zaragoza|
5355 N Mesa El Paso TX, 79912
|8:00 am||8:00 am||8:00 am||8:00 am||8:00 am||10:00 am||Closed|
|6:00 pm||6:00 pm||6:00 pm||6:00 pm||6:00 pm||2:00 pm||Closed|
|Hours||8am- 4pm||8am- 4pm||9am- 4pm||8am- 4pm||9:30am- 4pm|
5500 N Desert Blvd.
11100 Sean Haggerty
***Last sign-in for the mobile clinic will be taken at 2:30 pm everyday***
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