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Small And Large Animals.

General Info
Farmington Veterinary Clinic, located in Farmington New Mexico, cares for small and large animals. Our purpose is to provide our clients and their pets with the most up-to-date, quality veterinary care. Each animal's health and well-being are of the foremost concern in our full-service clinic. By providing thorough care throughout an animal's lifetime, we assure attention is given to your companion's changing medical needs. We are located across from the entrance to the Country Club -corner of Hallmarc Dr. and East Main Street.

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Other Information

Parking: Lot

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Specialties: Pocket Pets, Small Animals


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Mckenna P.



Dr wolfe was recommended to me by my mother in law who always takes her puppies here when she has a litter. I've taken all of my dog here for anything and everything and hes been the best! My German Shepard had to have a more extensive surgery then we originally planned. Not only was the price way less than i was expected but the care that my dog received was beyond what i could have asked for. He is a straight forward man who knows his job very well and has your pets best interest in mind. I wouldn't want to take any of my pets anywhere else! Highly recommended!

Jen M.



I know how it is... HORRIBLE. I'm SO angry! We took our 12 week old puppy last week with an ear infection... so Dr Wolfe said. We live two hours away, so each trip was a four hour journey. He gave him drops and sent him home. His face broke out a few days later, bleeding and swollen non stop, and large lumps formed on his neck. We called and they said he was fine, but we took him back anyhow because he did not seem fine at all. He lost a few pounds and has gotten extremely thin. The vet tested for mites (and charged us for the test), and didn't see any... but gave us meds for mites anyhow! My husband asked if it could be puppy strangles, as a simple Google search showed that was seemingly exactly what he had. The vet he was sure it was not. The next day our puppy got even worse, and one of the large lumps on his neck burst, blood drained for hours, all night long. Panicked, I called the vet as my puppy bled from his neck, and he couldn't fit me in for DAYS and just said use soap and water on it. ENOUGH. I called another vet and she said he needed seen right away in the morning. When she saw him, she check his weight, temp, and ALL the symptoms, and told us it was in fact puppy strangles, meanwhile the other vet was about to let our puppy die. I can't believe we spent a minute of our time or dollar of our money. Please DON'T take your pets here!!
(Since seeing Doloras Animal Hospital, our puppy started getting better within a day. I would highly recommend her!)