Premium pet foods, livestock feed and Supplies. Northern NM's largest selection of English and western saddles, Silver bits, chinks, chaps and race horse supplies. Standlee hay in stock, also San Luis Valley and Colorado hay.
Located in the heart of downtown Taos, just two blocks from Taos Plaza, Martyr's Steakhouse occupies a beautifully renovated adobe home and courtyard, filled with warmth, gracious hospitality, and unparalleled service.
You don't Have to camp in a campground! National Forests mean room to roam. You can camp anywhere in Carson National Forest. Leashed dogs welcome. 1.5 million acres of mountainous areas with fishing, hiking, picnics, and camping.
Wellness care, surgery, diagnostics including in house labwork and radiology, alternative medicine and some exotics care are all offered. We have a doctor on call 24 hours. Mon-Fri 8-6, Sat 8-12- Medical Emergency after hours.
The Outback’s hand-rolled specialty pizzas and pizza by the slice, homemade soups, hefty calzones, assorted fresh salads, kid’s menu, and wine/beer make this a must-stop when in Taos. Take-out available.
Dogs must be on a leash and up to date with vaccinations. Stray Hearts Animal Shelter of Taos provides humane care and shelter for abandoned and abused companions.
If you would like to donate to Stray Hearts please visit their site below.
The Johnson Veterinary Clinic provides Medical, Surgical, X-Ray, Dental, Diagnostic, and Laboratory servcies for small animals.
Microbrews from small handcrafted batches, tasty hot dogs, specialty fries, primo burgers and steaks – even vegetarian choices from The Burger Stand round out your experience. Occasional entertainment.
Taos Veterinary Clinic has been serving Taos County for 35 years, under the caring guidance of practice owner, Dr. Ted Schupbach, DVM.
Mon –Sat 8am-6pm
A historic hacienda, sequestered behind high adobe walls and situated in a quiet park setting with towering trees, commanding mountain views and expansive gardens just minutes from the Taos Plaza.
Comprising several early 20th-century, adobe-style buildings on 3 acres, this casual hotel is an 11-minute walk from Taos Plaza and 2 miles from the native American shops at Taos Pueblo. Free continental breakfast and afternoon cookies.
This relaxed pueblo-style hotel is 1.7 miles from Taos Plaza and 1.9 miles from the Harwood Museum of Art. The rooms and suites all include coffeemakers and free WiFi. Suites add living areas with ski storage, mini-fridges and wet bars.