Articles Tagged: “Gilbert”

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

Feline Urinary Tract Disease There are few problems that are more exasperating than living with an indoor kitty that does not always use the litter box. We call this behavior “inappropriate urination” and it can be a sign of a  Continue Reading »

Pyometra

Pyometra Pyometra – This word brings chills to veterinarians. Why? Because it signifies that a common surgery was not performed and a female dog of cat is now in a potentially life-threatening condition. Pyometra is an accumulation of pus in  Continue Reading »

Toxic Jerky Pet Treats

“FDA has been actively investigating consumer complaints about jerky pet treats causing illness in dogs and in some cats. As of Sept. 24, 2013, over 3,600 dogs and 10 cats have reportedly become ill from eating jerky pet treats.” (Source  Continue Reading »

Update on Pet Insurance

Ultimately, many times medical decisions for pets are made based on the cost of treatment. Even when there is an affordable service we can offer, the cost may fall beyond the resources of some clients. We were recently offered a  Continue Reading »

Survey says…

We appreciate feedback from our clients. Ultimately, the only way we can tell if we are achieving success with our clients is by their loyalty, their referrals and the feedback. Feedback is the life-blood of continuous improvement. I realize that  Continue Reading »

Why buy your pet’s medication from your veterinarian

We live in the internet age where without leaving the comfort of our home, we can order anything from a big screen television to an automobile and have them shipped directly to our door. With our very busy lives, saving  Continue Reading »

Heartworm testing in dogs and cats is required for prescription refill

Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek and Mesa are areas in the Valley with the highest incidence of heartworm infection. The long-term risks for dogs with heartworm disease are very great. But it is nearly 100% preventable. Heartworm testing We generally perform the  Continue Reading »

Radiolab podcast on interesting insights into the most fatal infectious disease even known…Rabies

    I was listening to one of my favorite podcasts this past week and thought that you would enjoy it as well. For our clients, the take home message is that Rabies virus is not something to be messed  Continue Reading »