About Us

Experienced, Compassionate & Honest

Mission Statement

Standard of Medical Excellence

We strive towards the best medical standards and technology while recognizing the spectrum of care for all clients and pets.

Happiness Advantage

We take care of our team. Research shows that happier people  are more successful people. Providing fair pay, benefits, and work-life balance to our employees keeps our business succeeding and our community served.

Follow the Need

We are here to provide the services that the community needs. We will listen and expand in the areas needed most because every animal deserves timely veterinary care.

Vision for Our Community

We strive to create more opportunities for  veterinary care for the pets and animals of  Pahrump and Nye County by providing late night and weekend availability and offering availability for emergencies during on call hours. 

Meet Our Staff

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Dr. Jam
(Jennifer Mathe)


In the cruel winter of January 1994, I was born in Wisconsin and left in 2012 for New York where I earned a bachelor’s degree with Honors for Conservation Biology and dual minors in Applied Statistics and Marine Science in 2015. I worked as a veterinary assistant for 1.5 years in Wisconsin at both a wildlife rehab and a primary care/reproduction veterinarian after graduation. I attended veterinary medical school at University of Wisconsin-Madison starting in 2017, graduating May 2021 with my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM).

In my clinical year, I studied at three exotics facilities (Brookfield Zoo, Milwaukee Zoo, and Center for Bird and Exotic Animal Medicine), three emergency rotations, and spent 2 months working with affordable vet care and high volume spay/ neuter surgery with shelters and low-income/homeless populations.

I worked in primary care and emergency medicine at Lone Mountain Animal Hospital, caring for dogs, cats, rabbits, regular pigs, reptiles, birds, basically anything that could enter the door. I moved to shelter medicine and more high volume spay/neuter surgery at The Animal Foundation of Las Vegas. After departing, I started my relief veterinarian career, helping where needed and found a place in the Pahrump community because I saw the need for access to care and more veterinary services. So I jumped right in to start my own business to make the world a better place.

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If you have any questions about our veterinary hospital, feel free to contact us using the form below.
If you have a pet emergency, please call 725-377-3534.