Established in 1969, and located just a couple of minutes from the iconic Las Vegas strip, Paradise Pet Hospital has been serving our community for over five decades. The fun part about being the preferred animal hospital so close to the Las Vegas strip: the occasional celebrity spotting!
And much like our Las Vegas celebrities, you’d never guess our age by visiting us. We invest in state-of-the-art technology and stay up to date on all the latest advancements in veterinary medicine.
We’ve been able to flourish in the ever-expanding city of Las Vegas by focusing on a few core guiding principles: compassionate and affordable care, honest and transparent communication, and a client-first mindset.
We hope to welcome you and your pet family soon!
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Our highly trained veterinarians
Our top-notch pet care is made possible by our devoted and experienced veterinarians and staff. Learn more about our thorough approach to veterinary medicine, along with our specialities and state-of-the-art facilities.
Erika Schroeder, DVM
Growing up in Henderson, Dr. Schroeder’s passions were clear in kindergarten: animals, learning, and playing outside. Over the years her pursuits mirrored these elementary school declarations through her dedicated scientific studies, work with animals, and conservation efforts in the wilderness areas surrounding her city.
She graduated from CSN’s Veterinary Technology program, earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Chemistry Minor from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University.
Dr. Schroeder is our lead doctor for Paradise Pet Hospital and her veterinary interests include companion animal medicine and preventative medicine. She enjoys being able to be a part of her community by providing care for Nevadans’ furry family members. Outside the veterinary practice Dr. Schroeder can be found hiking Mount Charleston with her pocket pit Winnemucca, scrambling around Red Rock Canyon, and playing with her ferrets – Pioche and Panaca, as well as her guinea pig, Truckee.
Sumit Sabharwal, DVM
Dr. Sumit Sabharwal was born and raised in New Delhi, India.He attended the College of Veterinary Medicine at GB Pant University in India and graduated in 2000 before continuing his education with an internship at Tuskegee University’s College of Veterinary Medicine to complete his ECFVG certification in 2004.
Shortly after, he moved to Las Vegas and spent 4 years working for a small animal practice in Henderson, one year performing veterinary relief work around the city, then opened his first practice, Seven Hills Pet Hospital, in 2009.
Dr. Sabharwal’s professional interests include preventative care, canine and feline dentistry, internal medicine, and all things included in practice management. He shares his home with a demanding, affectionate dog named Bayda and a special, spitfire cat named Bali.
In Dr. Sabharwal’s free time, he enjoys going to the gym, reading, and traveling.”