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Welcome to the newest veterinary center in Roswell, NM! We have a fantastic staff with decades of animal care experience. Nathan Wenner DVM and Trista Mills DVM are proud to offer exceptional veterinary service to the pets of Chaves County! We invite you to come take a tour of our new facility and meet the team!

We have a well equipped building and staff so we can accommodate appointments and walk ins everyday! Our team is prepared to take care of all your household pets and their various needs. Cielo Grande Veterinary Center is locally owned and operated so we treat all our patients like friends! We look forward to meeting your family soon!


Office Hours

Monday:

8am - 5:30pm

Tuesday:

8am - 5:30pm

Wednesday:

8am - 5:30pm

Thursday:

8am - 5:30pm

Friday:

8am - 5:30pm

Saturday:

9am - 12pm

Emergency After Hours Availibility

Sunday:

Emergency After Hours Availability

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Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "Dr. Wenner has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years. We are excited to take our pets to the new building!"
    Cathy / Roswell, NM
  • "Dr. Wenner takes great care of our cats and is always happy to help us whether it is a complicated or simple matter. The staff is helpful and friendly too."
    Mike / Roswell, NM

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