Dr. Salas is the owner of TLC Pet Hospital. He purchased the hospital in July 2005. Undergraduate degree from NMSU, Veterinary degree from CSU. He is married with 3 beautiful daughters. Enjoys traveling and watching or playing soccer.
Dermatology. Orthopedic surgery. Enjoys helping to lengthen the time between parent and pet bond.
Dr. LongMedical Director
Dr. Long is an Albuquerque native. Dr. Long attended UNM and earned a degree in Biology before attending Colorado State University for Veterinary school. Dr. Long graduated in 2010 and moved back to Albuquerque in 2011. Dr. Long is an avid reader and loves movies, popcorn and drinking tea. Dr. Long and her husband, Joel, enjoy traveling and spending time in the mountains.
Medical Interests: Preventative medicine. Diagnostic imaging. Dermatology.
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.
Dentistry, internal medicine, neurology
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.
Diagnostic imaging, dentistry, animal nutrition and weight management.
Lauren Schafer, DVMVeterinarian
Dr. Schafer grew up in Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin at Madison for her undergraduate and DVM degrees. In Dr. Schafer’s free time her and her husband, Phil, enjoy traveling, exploring new restaurants and all things outdoors!
Dermatology, nutrition and internal medicine.
Brianna Brandt, DVMVeterinarian
Dr. Brandt was born and raised in Albuquerque. After studying Animal Science at NMSU, she finished veterinary school at Washington State University in 2018. In her free time she can be found hiking with her dog, Bailey, making pottery, and teaching group fitness classes at Sports and Wellness.
Soft tissue surgery, internal medicine and ophthalmology.