Utilization of Fear Free methods and protocols leads to better healthcare, satisfied clients and relaxed patients. It also reduces or removes anxiety triggers, which creates an experience that is rewarding and safer for all involved, including your pet(s), you and your veterinary healthcare team.

Welcome to our newest Veterinarians

    Dr. Harris


    Dr. Harris grew up in Albuquerque, NM. She went to UNM and graduated with a degree in biology and chemistry. Following undergraduate studies she attended Michigan State University for Veterinary School. Dr. Harris and her husband, John, enjoy snowboarding, playing soccer and spending time outdoors. They have two chihuahuas, Vinny and Lulu, and a turtle named Humpfrey who keeps life interesting.

    Medical Interests:

    Dentistry, internal medicine, neurology

        Dr. Garver


        Dr. Garver was born and raised here in Albuquerque, New Mexico. After graduating from UNM, she moved to Corvallis, Oregon. She received her DVM from Oregon State University. In her free-time, Dr. Garver is a big sports fan and enjoys adventuring outdoors.

        Medical Interests:

        Diagnostic imaging, dentistry, animal nutrition and weight management.

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          TLC Pet Hospital is more than just a pet hospital, we are your preferred full service Albuquerque Veterinarian Clinic.

          If you are looking for good Albuquerque Veterinarians, TLC Pet Hospital and Veterinary Clinic is conveniently located in Uptown Albuquerque near Kaseman Hospital and I-40 on the east side of Wyoming. The health and wellness of your pet is the cornerstone of our veterinary practice. We understand that your pet is a part of your family, so we want them to have the best care possible. We practice preventative veterinarian medicine and emergency veterinary medicine.

          Here at TLC Pet Hospital Albuquerque for Dogs and Cats, we promise to promote regular preventative care in our office and at home so your pet may enjoy a lifetime of good health. We aim to offer state of the art care & will strive to provide the most comfortable environment for you and your pets(s) during your Albuquerque veterinarian visit.

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          Our Vets in Albuquerque are here for you and your pet(s). We will treat you like you are family. We believe families should get the best from each other. Only the best will do. We will expect to give you excellence. We will go above and beyond to serve our clients and patients in the most courteous professional and caring manner possible. You place your trust in us and we thank you for that in advance. We will do whatever is needed to make sure your experiences with us are beyond expectations!

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          National Dress Up Your Pet Day

          Share with us your favorite dress ups for your pets.

          Winter Weather Tips for your Pets

          To Sweater or Not To Sweater Sure, it’s cute, but does your pup really need a dress up? Well, January 14th is dress up your pet day, so obviously there are pet owners that take this very seriously. In reality, if you have a thin animal that doesn’t have a lot of body fat, or a short hair that doesn’t have a lot of insulation, then you do need to take precautions to keep them warm when they are out in the elements. Careful on the Ice This goes for all of you. Animals can slip and fall on the […]

          Cold Cats

          Cat Gets Cold Parks it under your vehicle. If you have an indoor/outdoor cat, chances are they have their favorite spots. In the garage may be one of them during the cold winter months. That means your car is a prime target for a snuggle spot. If your cat frequents the garage make sure to find out where the are before you pull out the car. They may be on top of a tire or perched near a warm part under the vehicle.