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Welcome to Holiday Vet Relief Services
The best choice in relief veterinarian services
Call us at (702)483-7387


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Holiday Vet was founded by veterinarians to provide the best in veterinary relief services for small animals and exotics. We have multiple doctors available to cover all of your veterinary relief needs. Our doctors are available to you 7 days a week and we have phone and email support 7:30am-5:30pm Monday through Friday and on Saturday from 8am-12pm PST.

Holiday Vet currently provides Veterinary Relief Services in Nevada, Texas, Arizona, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah and California. We would love to lend you a hand.



Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Pacific Standard Time

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • DR. CAREN CARNEY
    Director and Relief Veterinarian in Nevada, California, Georgia

    After a very successful career in private practice, Caren Carney D.V.M turned down an offer to be a clinic manager in order to pursue her dream to provide quality relief services to veterinarians. It is this dream that lead to the founding of Holiday Vet Corp. Experiencing the great need for a veterinary relief service she wanted to ease the burden and scheduling difficulties on clinics so they can focus on providing quality medicine.

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  • DR. FENNER
    Relief Veterinarian in Nevada

    Holiday Vet's favorite doctor, and a longtime resident of Las Vegas is Dr. Fenner, D.V.M. We have added this wonderful doctor to help maintain the high level of care you and your clients deserve.

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  • DR. SCOTT
    Relief Veterinarian in Nevada

    Dr. Bethany Scott received her BS in Biology and her BA in Chemistry at The University of North Carolina Greensboro, prior to attending Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree she relocated to Las Vegas, NV to work. She practiced at a busy, large 8 doctor practice prior to joining Holiday Vet where she diagnosed and treated a wide variety of cases,and performed several surgical and dental procedures. Through this practice she had the opportunity to treat many different diseases, gain emergency experience through after hours on-call work and perfect her surgery skills.

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  • JULIE REY
    Office Manager

    Julie moved to Las Vegas with her family in 2011 and comes to us with many years of management experience, along with four years in the Veterinary field. She is experienced in all aspects of business management and interpersonal communications. In addition to being your scheduling coordinator, Julie is in charge of all billing and Human Resource matters.

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  • RACHEL PRUITT
    Auditor/Office Assistant

    Rachel is a long-time member of the veterinary profession, working as a veterinary assistant and receptionist for several years. Rachel is knowledgeable in the field of veterinary medicine and has abundant clerical experience. She is very personable and friendly. She is always willing to help with staffing questions, questions regarding doctor’s credentials and licensing information. When not working Veterinary field, you can find Rachel spending time with her family or enjoying outings with her two Goldens. Please don’t hesitate to contact Rachel with any questions.

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you Holiday Vet for the awesome time we had with Dr. Caren Carney ! She is truly the BEST!"
    ‎Nanci N.

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