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Plaza Veterinary Hospital, built in 1961, is Farmington's longest established veterinary hospital.

At our hospital we care about pets and their people. Our focus is to provide you with quality veterinary care in a friendly, clean and caring environment.

We've been a member of the American Animal Hospital Association since 1966. Only 14% of all animal hospitals are AAHA accredited!

Accredited hospitals are inspected by trained practice consultants to ensure they meet AAHA's high standards in 12 specific areas. This includes surgery and anesthesia, dentistry, pain management, patient care, radiology services, pet medical records, staff continuing education, client service, housekeeping and maintenance.

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We offer access to your pet's health records through Petly. From there you will be able to view your pet's health record, update your file information, request appointments or prescriptions and much more!

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Companion Therapy Laser is the newest technology to 
provide pain relief for your pet.
We have the latest technology for our patients with the Companion Therapy Laser!

What will the application of laser therapy do for your pet?

  • It allows your pet to heal faster after surgery or any traumatic injury.

  • It eases pain and improves mobility.

  • Disorders such as lick sores and chronic ear infections, that cause severe pain and discomfort, are instantaneously relieved.

This FDA cleared deep-penetrating laser light stimulates each individual cell to revitalize and reactivate its own healing processes through a biochemical cascade of events.

It allows relief of pain through the release of endorphins, and stimulates injured cells to heal at a faster rate.


People Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pet
Chihuahua eating from a dinner plate Many foods that we enjoy are dangerous for our pets. These foods include Chocolate, Avacados, Grapes and Raisins, Onions and more.

See the list of toxic foods here ...

If your pet has ingested any of the foods on this list, you should seek medical attention for him or her.

If you have any questions about your pet's health, we're here for you!

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