Ahwatukee Commons Veterinary Hospital is a Phoenix animal health center. Services cover general wellness, surgery, exams, boarding, stem cell therapy, and cold laser therapy for a range of conditions including otitis, dermatitis, arthritis, ear infections, and wound healing. The clinic's staff is certified by the American Institute of Medical Laser Applications, and the practice was voted the "Best Veterinarian" by the Ahwatukee Foothills News.
Phoenix, AZ(480) 893-8423
Animal Care Hospital has been providing veterinary services to Phoenix residents since 1964. The clinic is AAHA Accredited and offers dental care, grooming, boarding, behavioral therapy, laser therapy and surgery, lab work, parasite control, microchipping, orthopedic surgery, and nutritional counseling. Dr. Stephen Bishop received his DVM from Kansas State University in 1973 and is a member of the Veterinary Leadership Group (VLG).
Phoenix, AZ(480) 887-4791
ASG of Scottsdale is a specialty veterinary hospital with board-certified specialists offering general care, trauma and emergency services, elective and emergency surgery, anesthesia, and orthopedic surgery for dogs and cats. ASG also refers patients to a specialist in rehabilitation services. Ross A. Lirtzman, D.V.M. graduated from the University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990 and is a Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Scottsdale, AZ(480) 998-5999
Bell Ridge Animal Hospital & Boarding provides medical care, boarding, and grooming services to pets throughout Greater Phoenix. Services include spays, neuters, declaws, dental care, orthopedic and eye surgery, and mass removals for dogs and cats. The clinic is open seven days a week, and its veterinarians have over 40 years of combined experience. Pets can stay overnight, but staff stays only until 7:00 PM. Other animals treated include ferrets, exotics, rabbits, and guinea pigs.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 938-1982
Bethany Animal Hospital is a Metro Phoenix animal care clinic. Doctors and staff at the office provide preventative medicine, surgical services, and emergency care for cats and dogs. Those pet owners choosing to drop their pets off for an examination may fill out authorization and release forms online. Bethany Animal Hospital offers discounts to pre-approved rescue groups.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 242-1657
Central Mesa Veterinary Hospital is an animal clinic with emergency services, as well as routine care for residents in Mesa and the surrounding areas. The clinic is open five days a week for patients' urgent care needs. Central Mesa Veterinary Hospital offers website membership to clients with various benefits including a free subscription to its Pet Living & Wellness Newsletter. Dr. Dawn Senter graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Mesa, AZ(480) 964-9601
Deer Creek Animal Hospital has been a Phoenix veterinary practice since 1997. The clinic provides wellness exams, ultrasounds, dental care, on-site pharmacy, vaccinations, spays and neuters, small animal surgery, and ear care. Boarding and daycare, grooming, and training services are also available. Dr. Suzanne Higgins graduated from the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in 1991.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 812-6824
Dove Valley Animal Hospital is a Cave Creek animal clinic with 25 years of combined veterinary experience. The clinic is open seven days a week and provides wellness exams and routine care, sickness and emergency treatments, dental care, surgery, acupuncture, and stem cell therapy. The clinic also treats exotics and pocket pets including sugar gliders, rabbits, mice, lizards and snakes, hedgehogs and chinchillas. Dove Valley Animal Hospital refers patients to other providers for grooming, boarding, chiropractic services, and behavior training.
Cave Creek, AZ(480) 595-5731
Faust Animal Hospital is a Metro Phoenix animal clinic. The practice offers spays and neuters, diagnostic surgery, laceration and wound repair, exploratory surgery, complete dental care, orthopedic surgery, vaccines, diagnostics, dermatology, cold laser therapy, senior exams, laboratory services, radiology, ultrasound, and declawing. Faust Animal Hospital is AAHA Accredited, and the practice institutes continuing education for all staff. The clinic accepts CareCredit.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 482-2161
Happy Valley Animal Hospital brings 33 years of combined veterinary experience to Metro Phoenix residents. The practice offers vaccinations, spay and neuter, dental care, microchipping, parasite prevention, emergency care, and surgical services. Wellness packages for puppies, kittens, adult pets, and senior pets are also available. Happy Valley Animal Hospital maintains full staff seven days a week, but patients are referred elsewhere for after-hours emergencies.
Glendale, AZ(623) 825-6566
Ingleside Animal Hospital has been an AAHA Accredited hospital in Metro Phoenix since 1959. Pet owners have access to allergy testing and dermatology, microchipping, laser therapy, nutritional counseling, obedience training, pharmacy, diagnostics, and surgery. General wellness, puppy and kitten care, senior pet care, and vaccinations are also available. Brian Serbin, DVM served for five years as chairman of the Examining Board’s Investigative Committee and is now on the Arizona State Veterinary Medical Examining Board.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 840-3446
Laveen Veterinary Center is a Laveen animal health care center serving South Phoenix and the South Mountain areas of Phoenix. Services include preventative medicine, geriatric care, lab work and diagnostics, oral surgery, chemotherapy, orthopedic surgery, pain management, boarding, and ultrasound. The clinic is AAHA Accredited and is an affiliate of the University Animal Hospital in Tempe, Arizona.
Laveen, AZ(602) 559-9600
Raintree Pet Resort + Medical Center is an animal hospital and pet boarding facility based in Scottsdale. It opened its veterinary medical center in 2013 and was voted Arizona's #1 Animal Hospital for 2016. It is a designated cat-friendly facility by the American Association of Feline Practitioners and is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (with less than 15% of the nation's veterinary clinics able to earn this accreditation). Dr. Savard treats dogs, cats, avian, exotic and pocket pets. The clinic provides a broad spectrum of care in a warm inviting environment for both the client and patient. The award winning Pet Resort, founded in 1987, provides daycare and overnight boarding with socialization, spacious rooms, a heated in-ground pool, a splash pad, misted play yards, in-house treats, and grooming. The facility also provides the option for pet birthday parties and holiday celebrations and has a separated area for cat boarding.
Scottsdale, AZ(480) 991-3371
Southside Animal Hospital offers veterinary care throughout the Greater Phoenix area. Services include in-house diagnostics and lab work, vaccinations, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, health certificates, and wellness exams. Walk-ins are welcome though the clinic advises pet owners to call prior to coming in for an emergency to get advice on their specific situation. Qualified rescue group members receive discounted services.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 276-5505
Sugarloaf Animal Clinic is a Phoenix veterinary clinic. The practice has a range of services including puppy and kitten wellness packages, senior wellness packages, ophthalmology, DNA testing, general surgery, dermatology, dental care, and endocrinology. The practice also has puppy declaw, tail removal, microchipping, and pain management. Dr. Amrit Rai, D.V.M. is a member of the Investigative Committee of the Arizona Veterinary Medical Examining Board.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 971-2720
The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic has been offering veterinary services to residents in Metro Phoenix for over 60 years. The clinic is open 24/7 including on holidays and provides emergency medicine, exotic pet and avian care, bone surgery, vaccines, and health certificates for travel. Neuters and spays, declawing, dental cleaning, holistic vet services, acupuncture, chiropractic treatment, alternative cancer treatment, arthritis care, alternative pain therapy, and skin problem solutions are also offered. The practice provides boarding for dogs and cats as well as grooming and was twice ranked the #1 Vet Clinic by The Best of Arizona Business.
Scottsdale, AZ(480) 945-8484
Southside Animal Hospital provides veterinary care to the Greater Phoenix area. Services include in-house diagnostics and lab work, vaccinations, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, health certificates, and wellness exams. Walk-ins are welcome, although the clinic advises pet owners to call for advice on their situation before coming in for an emergency. Qualified rescue group members receive discounted services.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 863-6629
Veterinary Surgery Center of Arizona brings ten years of veterinary experience to Phoenix residents. Patients receive routine care, neurology, orthopedic treatment, soft tissue surgery, emergency care, and stem cell therapy. The practice treats dogs and cats as well as pocket pets, birds, reptiles, rabbits, and small farm animals. Dr. Lillian Rizzo is a Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary Surgery Center of Arizona gives discounts to senior citizens and approved local area rescue groups.
Phoenix, AZ(602) 765-3700
Westbrook Animal Hospital in Phoenix has over 40 years of combined experience in the animal medical field. Services offered by the clinic cover vaccinations, parasite prevention, microchipping, dental care, and wellness packages for puppies, kittens, and adults and senior pets. A range of surgical procedures is available as well including anesthesia, fracture repair, mass removal, biopsies, c-sections, eye surgery, and declawing. Dr. Chris Hummel graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994.
Peoria, AZ(623) 825-9170