We firmly believe that prevention is the best medicine. As such, the foundation of our services is the annual checkup. The annual checkup allows us to try to get to know you and your pet as thoroughly as possible. At the annual checkup we will discuss appropriate preventative care for your pet, tailored for your pet depending on their lifestyle and their life stage. Preventative care can include immunizations, parasite preventatives, tooth brushing, grooming, play, cognitive learning, diet, and exercise. Our hope is that good living will lead to a long, happy, and healthy life for all of our furry friends.
There may be times when preventative care isn't enough, and your furry friend becomes ill. Wagon Tails Animal Clinic is a full service veterinary clinic. To help figure out why your pet is feeling ill, we offer diagnostic testing including x-rays and blood tests. In some cases, we can offer hospitalization which can help your pet get through illness. Sometimes surgery may be needed to help your pet through an illness, and we perform surgeries including spays/neuters, biopsies, mass removals, amputations, and tooth extractions. When specialists are needed, we will refer you to Albuquerque's board-certified veterinarians including dermatologists, ophthalmologists, neurologists, and orthopedic surgeons.
Our services include exams, consultations, microchipping, vaccinations, heartworm testing, prescription drugs, prescription diets, spay/neuter, general surgery, dental cleaning, dental extractions, radiology, laboratory testing, euthanasia, and cremation. We have listed below sample fees associated with some of our services. Pets must have had an annual checkup to qualify for our services.
$70 annual checkup, first pet
$50 annual checkup, additional pet on same visit
$70 emergency, pet must have already had an annual check up
$30 assorted 1 year cat/dog vaccinations
$50 rabies 3 year vaccination
$50 heartworm test
$50 microchip implant
$20 nail trim
$70 neuter or tumor removal, rodent
$100 neuter, cat/rabbit
$200 spay, cat/rabbit
$350 dental cleaning
$70-300 at-home euthanasia
IV catheters are placed in all canine and feline surgery patients. This is critical for patient safety and incurs no additional charge.