Starting December 1, 2023 Rollin' Paws Saturday schedule will be 9am to 2:30pm.
Rollin' Paws Mobile Vet has relocated to a neighboring building. Our NEW ADDRESS is 1532 Cerrillos Rd Ste A. Parking is available in the front and in the back of our building.
We will welcome Librela, a once monthly Anti-Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) Monoclonal Antibody Therapy. It is used to reduce canine Osteoarthritis pain.
Rollin' Paws Mobile Vet
We are a privately owned Appointment Based General Practice.
We do not offer Emergency medicine or after hours service. Please, contact Roadrunner Emergency or other Veterinary ER facilities in Albuquerque.
Our Mission Statement
To provide the highest quality medical care for our patients, while providing our clients with education and assistance in all aspects of animal care and ownership.
Part of responsible family pet ownership is taking your furry buddy to regular visits to the veterinarian. If not, their physical health may be weakened. All pet owners treasure their pet(s). They want their pets to be strong and lively. But some vet clinics in Santa Fe are overbooked or are too far away from home. The worst part is, it can equally be difficult for you to get your family pet to the veterinarian, especially if your pet is experiencing complications or discomfort due to injury or illness. These issues ought not to hinder anyone from having a veterinarian examine your pet. If you are in Santa Fe or the surrounding area, contact us and we will deliver quality service to your residence, farm, or business. We make it convenient to ensure that your household pets get the care that they require to stay healthy. With our mobile vet clinic, you can experience these conveniences. Save time, money, and energy. Rollin' Paws Mobile Vet Service assures you the best quality care for your pet or small farm animal give us a call today at 505-954-1671.
Professional Pet Photography are compliments of Patrick Martinez at Waggin' Moments Pet Photography
Tuesday, July 4th – Closed
Saturday August 19th
Halloween, October 31st – Open 8 am to 1:30 pm
Thanksgiving, Thursday November 23rd through Friday November 24th – Closed
Holiday Season - Closed Saturday, December 23rd through Tuesday, December 26th
New Years Day, Monday January 1st - Closed
What Species Do We Work With?
General Practice Medicine Only
(Exam, Preventative Care, Minor Illness & Injury Care, End of Life Services)
Cats, Dogs, Ferret, Rabbit, Turtle/Tortoise, Guinea Pig, Hamster, Domestic Rat and Mouse, Gerbil, Reptiles, Small Farm Animals (Chicken, Duck, Turkey, Sheep, Goat)
Registered Veterinary Technician/ Practice Manager
Jarenda, a Registered Veterinary Technician since 2018, established Rollin' Paws Mobile Vet in 2021.
Her experience as a nurse includes floor supervisor, ICU, emergency medicine, radiology, laboratory, anesthesiology, dental prophylaxis and dental radiography, abdominal surgery of all sorts; spays and neuters, whelping mothers and dystocia surgery, mass removal, and limb amputations. Her favorite part of her career is intensive care and emergency medicine.
She enjoys being with her family and exploring life with them, painting and drawing. She looks forward to meeting new patients and clients.
She truly looks forward to adventures as a mobile practice and providing veterinary services to our community.
At Rollin' Paws Mobile Vet we do our very best to meet the needs of our patients. Due to the nature of the business doctors return phone calls as soon as they possibly can and often times are doing so after hours. Please be patient and kind as we all work hard to ensure clients are contacted by the appropriate staff member in a timely manner and our patients are tended to. Please note that negative interactions between clients and staff are taken seriously. Rollin' Paws Mobile Vet reserves the right to refuse service at anytime.
Emergency Veterinary Care and other Veterinary resources in Santa Fe and Surrounding Area(s)
What is an emergency?
*Hit by a Car
*Defecating Dark red, or dark (almost black) stool (indictive of Blood)
*Hemorrhagic Blood Loss (Injury, Diarrhea/ vomiting, etc.)
*Inability or difficulty urinating
*Not eating anything for 24+ hours (especially cats)
*Pale (white/gray) or Cyanotic (blue/purple) or Bright red gums/ mucus membranes
*Snake Bite (especially rattlesnake)
*Major Injury (lacerations, Dog fight, bone injury)
Having a medical emergency?
Road Runner Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center
5 Camino Karsten, Algodones, NM 87001
Route 66 Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Center
3601 Central Ave NE Albuquerque, NM 87108
Mobile Veterinary Resources
Patient Paws Mobile Vet (210) 997-7297
Chamisa Mobile Vet (505) 795-2300
Other Vet Clinics and Hospitals
Aztec Animal Clinic- Exotic Pet Resource