Sierra Veterinary Hospital
Your 4-legged friend is your steadfast companion
We get it. To the point that we devote our lives to taking care of these wonderful creatures that we share our homes and memories with. Our goal is to provide a place where pets are loved and taken care of, and their people are served with knowledge and expertise.
Sierra Veterinary Hospital has been serving the Carson City community since 1971. We help animals heal with our highly trained team who share a passion for the bond that exists between humans and their beloved pets.
American Animal Hospital Association is the only organization that independently accredits veterinary hospitals in the United States. As an AAHA accredited hospital, we are evaluated on stringent quality standards that encompass all aspects of veterinary medicine. Less than 15% of hospitals in the United States hold this honor.
A variety of helpful pet resources with a focus on learning and sharing knowledge about pet health.
The most advanced medical offerings in Carson City, with many services not found elsewhere in Northern Nevada.
Our team is here to serve, with weekend hours, same-day appointments, and compassion to achieve best outcomes.
Featured Community Outreach
Sierra Veterinary Hospital has served the Carson City Sheriff’s Office by providing care for their working dogs since the K9 team’s inception. The K9 handler deputies of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office provide excellent care of their partners and it is with gratitude that Sierra Veterinary Hospital has the opportunity to serve such vital members of the Sheriff team who work tirelessly to keep our communities safe.
Sierra Veterinary Hospital provides both wellness and emergency veterinary services for the Sheriff K9s to ensure they remain in excellent health.
Sierra Veterinary Hospital partnered with our wonderful community members to host a fundraiser to provide the working dogs with custom protective vests to wear while on duty. We look forward to partnering with the Sheriff’s Office in the future on pet safety classes for community members.