Community Animal Hospital
Our mission is to provide exceptional veterinary medical care that respects and enhances individual relationships with pets.
The Pet Network Community Hospital is a nonprofit veterinary hospital offering full service veterinary care to the people of Incline Village and surrounding communities. All profits generated through the community hospital go to support the work of Pet Network Humane Society.
Hours & Location
Operating hours for veterinary services are
Wednesday through Saturday 8am to 6pm.
A virtual assistant is available for scheduling appointments by phone Tuesday through Saturday 8 am to 5 pm.
Our Hospital is located at:
401 Village Boulevard
Incline Village, NV 89451
Ready to book?
Give us a call at 775-298-2715
At Pet Network Community Hospital, we offer a comprehensive range of top-quality services to cater to all your pet's healthcare needs. Our dedicated team of experienced veterinarians and compassionate staff provide expert medical care, from routine check-ups and vaccinations to advanced diagnostics and surgical procedures. With a focus on promoting your pet's well-being, we also offer personalized nutrition guidance, counseling, and preventive care to ensure a happy and healthy life. At Pet Network, we're not just a hospital – we're a caring community that understands the special bond you share with your furry companions.
What can I expect when I adopt an animal from Pet Network?You can expect a warm Adopters Welcome approach to companionship where each adoption is filled with resources to set an adopter up for success. For more information about adopters welcome, click here.
Is the animal that I am adopting altered and/or vaccinated?YES! Every animal that leaves our care will be microchipped, dewormed, given flea/tick prevention, spay/neutered, and vaccinated (based on age and length of stay).
If I am interested in adopting an animal from you, can you hold them for me?No, unfortunately we do not place holds on any of our animals and all animals are on a first come first serve basis.
Why are some animals priced higher than others?Some animals may have a higher adoption fee to help support other animals in their journey to finding a home.