Keeping Families Together

Hearts Alive Village has opened an affordable, high-quality veterinary clinic.

Pets are considered a huge part of the family. What if you had to make the horrific choice of euthanizing your pet or surrendering him/her to an already over crowded shelter? Perhaps over $500, $1,000 or heck…any amount of money? Or what if you had to watch your pet suffer and go without care all together?
Access to veterinarian care impacts millions of pets and families. There are an estimated 29 million pets living in financially struggling families across the United States, according to recent studies by, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Access to Veterinary Care Coalition (AVCC), American Pet Products Association, and Maddie’s Fund. According to these groups, needing public assistance is one measure to show need; however, middle-class families that often live paycheck to paycheck can also struggle with the rising cost of veterinarian care. Some may say those who cannot afford these costs shouldn’t have a pet, but who are we to deny the wonderful companionship pets provide, not to mention the many health benefits associated with owning a pet (mentally and physically). We often hear people say that their pet is the best part about daily life, they find happiness and unconditional love each day.
We have watched our community time and time again struggle because they are faced with hard decisions when it came to their pet. Those on fixed incomes and especially veterans and seniors are particularly vulnerable. We know…we have been helping people and pets for years!
Although this is a national crisis of epic proportion, with the current pandemic, Clark County needs this service more than ever. Please consider helping us if you are able and together let’s keep pet owners from ever having to make a decision between watching their pet suffer and economic euthanasia.

We have worked to build options for those unable to pay in-full for care at the time of service. However, in an effort to help as many pets and pet parents as possible, we must set up a sustainable system in which our community participates. If you are in this category of clientele who cannot pay in full at the time of service, we ask that you apply for CareCredit and ScratchPay prior to your appointment. If you are denied credit with these companies, we ask you to bring proof of that denial to your appointment. Only with this proof will you be eligible for another type of payment plan called VetBilling.  Without this proof of denial from CareCredit and ScratchPay, we will be unable to welcome you for your scheduled appt due to our extreme time constraints. Proof can be emailed or printed and brought in.

Affordable Veterinary Care in Clark County​

Our clinic is now open! Located on the corner of Decatur and Cheyenne, we will be providing affordable, full-service veterinary care to family pets throughout the valley. Hearts Alive Village believes in supporting other animal welfare nonprofits. We will be providing affordable veterinary services for amazing lifesaving groups in the Vegas community.

Hearts Alive Village Animal Clinic Hours and Location

3250 N. Decatur Blvd.

Las Vegas, NV 89130


Monday – Friday from 8 am to 6 pm

Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm

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After Hours Telehealth Services provided by VetTriage

Hearts Alive Village Animal Clinic is proud to offer after-hours emergency veterinary triage to our clients through video telehealth services. The VetTriage veterinarians will provide the same level of quality care you receive during normal business hours.

They will triage your pet to assess if you are facing an emergency that requires an immediate visit to an emergency hospital. If you do not need to come in they will provide home care and monitoring instructions. In the event you need immediate assistance they will help you find the nearest 24 hour emergency veterinary hospital.

Some of our Services

Village Fund

Allowing a pet to suffer because their owner can't pay full-price upfront for veterinarian services is something we can’t allow to happen.

Make a difference for cats and dogs in need.

Lack of access to medical care is a growing crisis in the United States. Millions of pets do not receive the care they need, and many of those will enter the shelter with devastating injuries and illnesses. Last year alone we saved the lives of countless furry family members and kept families whole. Our Village Fund is made possible with your support.
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