• We're here because we care
  • We're here because we're passionate
  • We're here becausewe're dedicated

We’re State of the Art

Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of New Mexico in Albuquerque and Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of Santa Fe are state of the art veterinary hospitals that provide emergency care for injured and sick dogs and cats as well as specialty medical and surgical treatment by skilled doctors on a referral basis. VESC has doctors highly trained in surgery, critical care, internal medicine, dermatology, ophthalmology, animal behavior, and acupuncture.

Mission Statement

The goal of Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Centers  is to be the premier veterinary emergency and specialty facility in the desert southwest. We are committed to providing comprehensive, high quality veterinary emergency and specialty care with emphasis on exceptional client service and superior patient care. The Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Centers strive to deliver the most compassionate and professional environment that veterinary medicine can offer.

What To Do If Your Dog Becomes a “Rattle-Snack”

Summer brings fun in the sun for two-legged and four-legged family members alike, but with summer and increased outdoor time comes increased risks to all in the family. In particular, summer time in New Mexico brings out the legless, specifically snakes. The increased heat allows their metabolism to work better, and it is their prime Read more ›

Saturday Session CE for July 2017

DATE CHANGED to July 29: Local veterinarians and technical staff, please join us in our up coming Saturday Session CE on July 29, 2017. This is a in-house bimonthly continuing education presentation, right here in our ABQ conference room. Agenda for July 29 Seating is limited to the first 30 attendees. Please email dgoldtooth@vescnm.com to reserve your seat Read more ›

Fourth of July Hazards

It's that time of year again folks! The Fourth of July, filled with barbecues, fireworks, and festivities, is super fun for the whole family! Except the family pet. This holiday has lots of hazards you might encounter. Dogs that get in to food from barbecues can get obstructions or pancreatitis. And fireworks can be quite Read more ›

Dash: Ventricular Arrhythmias and Sudden Death

The Dion’s ten year old Boston Terrier Dash became acutely lethargic one night in early May, and his behavior was alarming enough to prompt him being brought to VESCNM’s ER. Once there, baseline testing included labwork and x-rays were unremarkable, but he was admitted for observation and support. He was given some basic Read more ›
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    VESCNM’s Canned Food Drive

    All much needed items from the canned food drive will be donated to the wonderful people at the Roadrunner Food Bank. Kick off the holiday season helping our community!

    November 11, 2016
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