We love dogs, cats, birds, guinea pigs, snakes and turtles. When you bring your pet to our clinic, we share in the delight your pet gives to our world. We take time to know you and your pet. We believe the health and well-being of your pet is essential to the happiness of your family.
Our priority is high quality care and satisfied pet owners. Caring for your pet is an honor and privilege we take seriously.
At Santa Fe Animal Hospital we are committed to bringing the newest and best veterinary practices and techniques to our community. Our modern facility is equipped with the latest diagnostic technology, an in-house diagnostic lab and pharmacy, and state-of-the-art digital radiography.
Dr. Brent Parker has been a veterinarian since 1988 with over twenty years of practicing in Santa Fe. He opened Santa Fe Animal Hospital in 2000 to address the specific needs of Santa Fe's pets and their owners.
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NM Department of Health Urges Public to Vaccinate their pets
From the NM Department of Health Press Release: The New Mexico Department of Health confirmed rabies in a fox that attacked a young dog at a home. The attack happened about a mile south of Magdalena in Socorro County on Saturday, March 23rd.... The young dog that was attacked had no history of rabies vaccination and had to be euthanized. No persons or other pets or livestock are known to have been bitten by the rabid fox.
"It's tragic this pet had not been vaccinated against rabies and had to be euthanized so that children and other family members would not be put at unnecessary risk and exposure to a very dangerous and fatal disease," said Dr. Paul Ettestad, Public Health Veterinarian for the Department of Health. "There is the potential for other foxes in the area to be spreading rabies so it becomes very important that all dogs and cats get a rabies vaccination as soon as possible."
Read the full press release that includes guidelines to keep your family and pets safe.