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Welcome to the Cielo Grande Veterinary Center! We are proud offer excellent veterinary care to small animals in Chaves County.  We have a fantastic staff with decades of animal care experience. Dr. Nathan Wenner & Dr. Sierra Salopek are proud to offer exceptional veterinary service to your pets! We invite you to come take a tour of our facility and meet the amazing team!

We have a well equipped building and staff so we can accommodate appointments and walk ins Monday thru Friday! Our team is prepared to take care of all your household pets and their various veterinary needs. Cielo Grande Veterinary Center is locally owned by Nathan and Jalene who are Roswell natives, so we treat all our patients like friends! We look forward to meeting your family soon!

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Office Hours

Walk ins welcome 1pm-2pm weekdays

Monday:

8:00 am - 5:30pm

Emergency After Hours

Tuesday:

8:00am - 5:30m

Emergency After Hours

Wednesday:

8:00am - 5:30pm

Emergency After Hours

Thursday:

8:00am - 5:30pm

Emergency After Hours

Friday:

8:00am - 5:30pm

Emergency After Hours

Saturday:

By Appointment only

Emergency After Hours Availibility

Sunday:

Emergency After Hours Availability

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Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "We took a feral cat to be neutered and the doctor and office staff were very nice and accommodating. They were very busy but seemed to be organized."
    Dana, Roswell NM
  • "I had a great experience. I called on a Friday around noon and they scheduled for me to bring my dog in an hour later. Didn’t have to wait at all. Dr. Wenner and his staff were very kind and made me feel comfortable about leaving my dog for surgery. She had a gastric obstruction and Dr. Wenner performed the surgery the same day. Dr. Wenner called to keep me informed of my dog progress. I was very pleased. I recommend Cielo Grande Vet. They are wonderful!!"
    Christine, Roswell NM
  • "Great place to take your dog. My dog was sick, they got me in quickly. The office is nice, new, and clean. The staff was friendly. Dr. Wenner spent time with me and didn't appear hurried. He offered several treatments and discussed my options. The bill was fair. They didn't get upset when my dog marked the wall. I would go here again."
    Tim, Roswell NM
  • "Dr. Wennar and his staff are top notch professionals. I couldn't ask for a better Veterinarian to take care of all my dogs needs. Thank You!"
    Terry, Roswell NM
  • "I want to thank you guys for your great hospitality and assistance. I brought in my dog to be seen by Dr. Wenner after he had been neutered at another clinic. Dr. Wenner was very nice and answered all questions that I had; he put my mind at ease! Not only did you guys squeeze me in to your already full day of appointments, but after seeing my dog, Dr. Wenner gave me a tour of the entire facility!
    Thank you so much for all of your help! I am happy we have finally found such a wonderful and trustworthy place to bring our fur babies!"
    Jackee D

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