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Want to grow your career with an animal hospital group that focuses on culture and teamwork? We’re always looking for fresh talent to expand our team. For the perfect candidates, we offer competitive salaries, work-life balance, career progression, professional development opportunities, and more.

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What makes us unique

Dr. Sabharwal, the owner of our practice group, started his veterinary career in a big, corporate practice group. At the time, he felt like he was just a number and that his client-doctor relationships were limited, along with his growth. As a result, he decided to take a risk by opening his own practice, Seven Hills Pet Hospital, in 2009.

From the beginning, he saw the gaps in the veterinary world and decided to apply his fresh perspective to the industry. For example, veterinary medicine lags human medicine by 2 decades. This is one of the many reasons why we embrace new technologies and stay current with trends both inside and outside the veterinary world.

We prioritize the customer experience because we understand our responsibility and impact to our community. Furthermore, we have adopted an employee-first culture when compassion fatigue and burnout are lessened by our commitment to work-life balance, a positive work culture, and employee appreciation.

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Frequently Asked

What does the veterinarian look at during an exam?

During a comprehensive pet exam, our veterinarians will examine your pet’s eyes, ears, teeth, skin, listen to their heartbeat, and discuss any concerns you may have. 

How often should I bring my pet into the vet?

We recommend pet’s should be brought in bi-annually or more to check for any health issues. Many illnesses and diseases go undetected by owners until apparent symptoms are showing. By being proactive, rather than reactive, about your pet’s health will ensure they live a long, healthy life.

What vaccines does my pet need?

The core vaccines we administer to dogs include, distemper, parvovirus, bordetella and rabies. Non-core vaccines are given depending on your pet’s risk of exposure or lifestyle. Non-core canine vaccines include lyme disease, leptospirosis, and canine influenza. 

Our core cat vaccines include feline distemper (FVRCP) and rabies. We also offer feline leukemia vaccine (FELV), as well as FIV.  To learn more about pet vaccines, including when to vaccinate your pet and pricing, visit here.

Why should I spay/neuter my pet?

Spaying/neutering your pet helps prevent the risk of cancer, as well as helps behavioral problems! One study found that spayed female dogs lived 26.3% longer and neutered male dogs lived 13.8% longer than pets that were intact. For cats, those percentages are even higher with spayed cats living 39% longer and neutered cats living 62% longer. Along with the health benefits to fixing your pet, in Las Vegas it is also required by law that dogs and cats must be spayed or neutered. 

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