Valley Fever in Pets: Protecting Your Furry Friends from a Hidden Threat July 17, 2024 in

Valley Fever in Pets: Protecting Your Furry Friends from a Hidden Threat

Valley Fever in Pets: Protecting Your Furry Friends from a Hidden Threat Introduction Valley Fever, also known as coccidioidomycosis, is a fungal infection that can significantly impact both humans and animals. Pets, especially dogs, are […]

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Canine Addison’s Disease February 16, 2024 in

Canine Addison’s Disease

Addison’s Disease (Canine Hypoadrenocorticism) Adrenal Hormones: The adrenal gland is so named because it is located just forward of the kidney (renal means kidney). The center of the gland is called the medulla and the […]

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Feline Chronic Kidney Disease May 24, 2023 in

Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

Diagnosis and Recommendations Kidney failure is the one of the more common causes of death in dogs and cats. It is important to recognized kidney failure in the early stages (<70-85% loss of function) when […]

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Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease (CCLD) April 6, 2023 in

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease (CCLD)

The CCL is a primary stabilizer of the knee joint and functions very similar to the ACL in people. When it partially or completely tears it results in instability, inflammation and pain in the knee […]

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Medial Patella Luxation March 27, 2023 in

Medial Patella Luxation

The medial luxating patella, commonly called a “trick knee”, is an extremely common problem in toy breed dogs. An owner typically notices a little skip in the dog’s step, or sees the dog intermittently limp […]

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Medical Management of Cruciate Disease March 20, 2023 in

Medical Management of Cruciate Disease

Depending on your pet’s individual situation, surgery might not be a first or realistic option. Here are some medical alternatives that may be right for you and your pet. Cruciate Disease Management Options Cetyl-M: Cetyl […]

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Hip Dysplasia (HD) March 13, 2023 in

Hip Dysplasia (HD)

Hip Dysplasia is a developmental disease that begins with excessive laxity/looseness in the hip joints. This laxity causes progressive arthritis in the joints that leads to inflammation and pain. Symptoms associated with HD include bunny […]

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Intervertebral Disk Disease (Herniations of the Disk) February 12, 2023 in

Intervertebral Disk Disease (Herniations of the Disk)

Intervertebral disks are located between the vertebrae (bones of the spine). Each disk has two parts, a fibrous outer layer and the jelly-like interior. When disk herniation occurs, the interior either protrudes (bulges) or extrudes […]

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Elbow Dysplasia February 5, 2023 in

Elbow Dysplasia

  Elbow dysplasia refers to a group of diseases that commonly cause pain and arthritis in one or both elbow joints. While the list can vary, these include fragmentation of the medial coronoid process (FMCP), […]

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Queen Creek, AZ 85142

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Pet Rescues

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Dog Parks

Several dog-friendly parks and restaurants in the area.

  • Pocket Park for Pups
  • 22526 S Ellsworth Rd
  • Queen Creek, AZ, US 85142
  • Mansel Carter Oasis Park
  • 19535 E Appleby Rd
  • Queen Creek, AZ, US 85142
  • Cosmo Dog Park
  • 2502 E Ray Rd
  • Gilbert, AZ 85296
  • Uncle Bear’s Grill & Tap
  • 21151 S Rittenhouse Rd
  • Queen Creek, AZ 85142
  • Creek Side Taco Shack
  • 20401 S Sossaman Rd
  • Queen Creek, AZ 85142
  • The Bistro
  • 22721 S Ellsworth Rd #107
  • Queen Creek, AZ 85142
  • Lucky Lou’s
  • 23706 S Power Rd
  • Queen Creek, AZ 85142

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If you are in need of a payment plan or financial assistance with your pet’s medical care you may contact some of the following resources for assistance. We offer payments plans with no interest financing for 6 months through Care Credit.