In the middle of the night, on a Sunday afternoon, or in the midst of a holiday weekend, when your pet needs care, our doctors and staff are here at Animal Focus Vet-ER – 365 days a year.
We are here to service the cities of Las Vegas, NV, North Las Vegas, NV, Henderson, NV, Pahrump, NV, Indian Springs, NV, Boulder City, NV, Mesquite, NV and more!
Our dedicated team of licensed technicians and veterinarians are ready to serve your pet’s special needs in critical times. In addition to qualified care professionals, our hospital utilizes state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and has the laboratory capabilities to complete on-site testing. For urgent care or critical care, our doctors and licensed technicians stand ready to serve your needs.
We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for pets and their owners by providing compassionate care and progressive services to prevent, cure and treat diseases and injuries of dogs and cats.
Family | We believe that pets are family and because they are family they deserve only the highest quality of medical treatment. Health, healing and happiness is what we believe in. That starts with routine preventative care and proper nutrition. We will guide you from the beginning of your companions life to maturity and beyond ensuring your confidence in your pet’s care and well-being.
Communication | We pride ourselves in communication. Animal Focus Vet-ER has centered our practice around providing you with important facts about your pets care 24/7.
Innovation | Our innovative online systems make it easy for you to obtain everything from follow-up care instructions to your pets blood results. We offer the highest quality and latest technology in pet diagnostics to provide you with same day results.
Please take a moment to contact us and speak with one of our friendly team members, to learn more about our practice and how we can become part of your family.
Serving the Valley for Over 20 Years!
Your pets are like family.
Since 2004, our entire staff has been devoted to providing a caring environment that treats people and their pets with dignity, kindness and respect. Since we are pet owners ourselves, we understand the importance your special companion plays in your life. We are dedicated to offering the same level of care we would seek for ourselves or any of our family members in an emergency situation.
Think of Us as an Extension of Your Family Veterinarian
We are here to meet the needs of your pet and your primary care veterinarian; we are available to continue medical care your veterinarian started or to start care when he or she is unavailable. Your primary care veterinarian may ask us to monitor your pet overnight or through a weekend.
Dr. Sarah Moskop
Veterinary Medical Director
Dr. Sarah Moskop is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. Having a great interest in animals since childhood, Dr. Moskop spent most of her time volunteering at animal shelters and working her way up to being a veterinary technician at an emergency clinic in Peoria, Illinois, was she was born and raised. She has been practicing emergency medicine for the past 5 years and has special interests in soft tissue surgery, toxicology, and pain management. Dr. Moskop has an 8-year-old doberman pinscher named Rudy, 5 cats- Marshall, Henry, Rocky, Iris, and Nuggie; and a cockatiel named Cheeto Bandito. During her spare time, Dr. Moskop enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching movies, and enjoying the outdoors.
Dr. Kenneth Hiscocks
Dr. Kenneth Hiscocks, Jr. is a graduate of Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, the pride of the swift growing south. Dr. Hiscocks was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV., developing a respect and passion for veterinary medicine at a young age working as a kennel attendant then as a veterinary assistant before attending veterinary school. Dr. Hiscocks has worked in general practice, veterinary emergency, and veterinary ophthalmology as a Veterinary Technician in Training (VTIT). His interests in the field include emergency medicine, internal medicine, surgery, and pain management. Dr. Hiscocks has a 6-year-old Pitbull named Bane and co-owns a 4 year old cat named Bayou with his godson. During his spare time, Dr. Hiscocks enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and continually expanding his interests.