Articles Tagged: “Gilbert”

F.I.V. or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus is still around

Sadly, there some infections for which there is no treatment or cure. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus or F.I.V. is one of them. This is primarily a disease of adult, outdoor cats as it is most commonly spread by a bite wound. Our  Continue Reading »

Resting breathing rate – a method to assess heart function

A pet with heart disease may have an increase in both the breathing rate and or breathing effort. An animal’s breathing pattern may be easily monitored at home. Each breath may be seen as the chest rises with inspiration and  Continue Reading »

Would you like to see where our most recent clients come from?

We are grateful for the growth of our practice. As you can see, our new clients come from all over the East Valley. There are many from Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Queen Creek and even Maricopa. Chances are that some of  Continue Reading »

Heartworm Disease is HERE

This year has been the worst year on record for Oasis Animal Hospital patients being diagnosed with heartworm disease. One recent case motivated me to notify our clients again of the importance of testing and prevention. Previously thought to be  Continue Reading »

Summer Heat is here

Summer officially starts on June 21st this year. But the heat waves common to May and June are already here. There are all-too-common reports of death due to excessive heat. One such report was in the news recently. As this  Continue Reading »

Poisonous Plants in Arizona

Many clients have questions about poisonous plants in the Chandler AZ and Gilbert AZ area. One of our good clients recently asked about bougainvillea plants. I thought I would post a link to a chart of poisonous plants in Arizona. Poisonous  Continue Reading »

Seresto collars available at Oasis Animal Hospital

The battle against ticks and fleas has been going on for years. Recently, a new collar was introduced that holds the promise to give pets and clients the peace of mind of having a truly effective collar that prevents and  Continue Reading »

When hours really matter!

As a parent, I know the anxiety that came when my children were young and became sick. When does this illness warrant a visit to the Doctor’s office? What about the ER? As pet “parents” many of you have the  Continue Reading »

How does Laser Therapy work?

You will find this video helpful if you are interested in the science behind the healing effects of laser treatment. We have other literature for your benefit. (Biological effects of Laser Therapy) Call for more information or to schedule a  Continue Reading »

Laser Therapy applications

Beginning March 1st, we are offering a new therapy for pets that may dramatically change outcomes for many pets. We now proudly offer laser therapy treatments for pets with some of the following conditions: →  Arthritis →  Hip Dysplasia →  Continue Reading »

Fluconazole pricing has gone through the roof – We’re here to help

Fluconazole through the roof Many of our clients have dogs (and occasionally cats) that test positive for Valley Fever. In my years of practice, the treatments have evolved from Amphotericin B to ketoconzole to itraconazole to fluconazole. Each of these  Continue Reading »