Sierra Nevada Large Animal Hospital is an equine veterinary hospital providing advanced veterinary care to large animals located in Northern Nevada. The service area includes Smith Valley, Yerington, Schurz, Carson Valley, Antelope Valley, and Washoe Valley. Internal Medicine consultation is also available for doctors in Nevada and California.
Our facility includes a treatment area, 2 hospital stalls, and pharmacy with a majority of work done in the field. Services include intensive care, preventative health care, minor surgeries, advanced dentistry, lameness evaluations, digital radiology, ultrasound, and assisted reproduction.
Jaime Lehfeldt, DVM DACVIM
Sierra Nevada Large Animal Hospital
PO Box 34
Wellington, NV 89444-0034
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Dr. Rita Wallis
Dr. Rita Wallis will be available to answer questions and get to know you.
Come enjoy appetizers with us as we welcome Dr. Wallis to the valley
Calander of Events
Dr. Jaime Lehfeldt will be here January 18-20, email or call now for an appointment
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