Heartworm disease can have a devastating effect on your pet's health. National Heartworm Awareness Month, observed annually in April, reminds pet owners about the health dangers this preventable d ...View Article
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Preventative care saves money & improves pet comfort for any of your pets in Phoenix.
Save money and improve pet health
Form a prevention plan
Affordable Vaccine Packages - Click HERE for more information
Legally required or cheaper than getting sick
Rabies - Click HERE for more information
12+ weeks old, repeat every year
RCP (respiratory viruses)
6+ weeks old, repeat every 3-4 weeks until 16 weeks
repeat 1 year, then every 3 years
9+ weeks old, repeat in 3-4 weeks, then every year
External (fleas, ticks)
Carry diseases that make people and pets sick
Commonly found in kittens and cats
They can cause symptoms in pets & humans
Schedule between 4-6 months of age
Prevent cancer and expensive health problems
Brush teeth daily
Treat inflamed gums, prevent bone loss and other illnesses
Routine dental cleanings needed before permanent damage
Protect liver, kidneys, and heart from spread of dental infection
Click HERE for more dental information & specials.
Click HERE for products thatare proven to reduce plaque & tartar.
Start at 7 years of age
Lab tests at annual exam with 6 month recheck exams
Catch problems early to save money and improve pet comfort
Pet Age Calculator: Click HERE
Understanding Test Results: Click HERE
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Feliway product link
Cat Attract litter additive
Health certificates are usually required to travel from one state to another. Visit the USDA APHIS Website and select the state you want for import requirements. Our veterinarians are specially accredited to provide these health certificates for your pet. An examination is required within 10 days of travel, and the certificates are valid for 30 days.
Traveling to other countries with your pet can be very complex. The international requirements can change without notice, but the USDA APHIS Website is useful to start.
Keep separate in quarantine until examined by a veterinarian and tested for contagious diseases.