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  • National Cat Health Month
    Happy National Cat Health Month! Did you know that across the U.S., there are millions more owned cats than owned dogs, yet cats visit veterinarians less frequently than dogs? Surprisingly, Read more
  • 10 Reasons A Dog Is Better Than A Boyfriend
    On Valentine’s Day, the single pet-owners out there usually feel left out on a holiday that revolves around romance and affection. But not to worry! Dogs make just as good, Read more
  • New Year’s Resolutions For Your Pet: Potty Training
    The holiday season is always a popular time to get a new cat or dog, but sometimes they don’t always come potty trained! In addition to the new year’s resolutions Read more
  • Holiday Travel with Pets
    Holiday Travel with Pets One of the best things about the holiday season is that we get to spend time with family that we aren't able to see during other times Read more
  • 10 Best Holiday Gifts For Your Dog
    A man’s best friend is always worthy of some holiday cheer, so why not include them in the festivities with some holiday gifts? These innovative and design-friendly toys and accessories Read more
  • Caring for Your Dog’s Skin and Paws in the Winter
    Caring for Your Dog’s Skin and Paws in the Winter Winter is just around the corner in Phoenix, Arizona, and with it comes dry skin, fur, and paws. Though many people Read more
  • The Big Vaccine Debate
    By: Dr. Cherie Cortez There has been, to understate it, a bit of a debate about whether parents should be vaccinating their children against highly communicable diseases, which until recently, were Read more
  • March Is National Pet Poison Prevention Month
    Did you know that the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center handled more than 180,000 calls requesting assistance for family pets they thought had ingested a poisonous substance in 2013 alone?  Read more
  • Can you give human anti-inflammatories to your pet?
    Knowing that a dog is in pain is upsetting. So it's an understandable reaction to want to do something — anything — to provide the dog pain relief as soon Read more
  • What You Need to Know about Microchipping your Pet
    What You Need to Know about Microchipping your Pet May is Chip Your Pet Month. So what better time than now to address this question we get very so often. We Read more
  • What is Laser Therapy?
    What is Laser Therapy? Phoenix Veterinary Center is excited to announce that we have a new cold laser machine. It's used to treat post surgery pain, including soft tissue surgery and Read more
  • Heartworm Prevention Plan
    Heartworm Prevention Plan It's heating up fast here in the Valley and with hot temperatures come those pesky mosquitoes. While they are an itchy pain for humans, they can be and Read more
  • How to Remove Cactus Needles from Your Pet?
    How to Remove Cactus Needles from Your Pet? We live in the desert where everywhere you turn you see another cactus of a different species. Tall, short, fat, prickly, flowery, there Read more
  • Anesthesia-Free Dentals: Not the bargain you think they are!
    Anesthesia-Free Dentals Veterinary medicine has made amazing strides in improving the health and well-being of our pets over the last 50 years. The changes in available diagnostic tools alone are mind-blowing. Read more
  • An Adoption Story
    An Adoption Story This is a wonderful story that proves adoption always wins. Please remember to adopt not shop. There are so many animals in the Phoenix, Arizona area that are Read more
  • Should You Let Your Pets Sleep In Your Bed?
    Should You Let Your Pets Sleep In Your Bed? They are so cute and sometimes they don't want to get up so it's only natural to want to keep them cuddled Read more

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr Roe and her team are amazing. My little guy is so ornery, but they love on him and he's always happy to see them, no matter what! Dr Roe is patient and thorough, Rachel and Kelly are awesome and treat Oney and Me like we're their only clients! Thanks much..."
    - Lori Hofland Zurcher
  • "My fur kids - Zeke and Ginger - love Dr. Cortez, and her wonderful staff! They are caring, friendly, knowledgeable. The facilities are sparkling clean and they even have a cold laser machine (which is doing wonders for Zeke's arthritis) My fur kids have never gone so happily and willingly the vet! I am completely confident in giving Phoenix Veterinary Center a 5 star rating and recommending them to anyone looking for a vet!"
    - Danielle Miller
  • "My cat is notoriously difficult to handle, so I was very nervous about bringing him in. But Dr. Roe and Rachel, one of her technicians, were so calm with him that he calmed right down! They were so gentle and steady when performing his tests and treatments that he allowed them to do everything. Their prices were extremely reasonable and Dr. Roe explained everything to me very clearly. She also worked with me to achieve the most care for my budget. Phoenix Veterinary Center has won my heart and the trust of my cat. I highly recommend that everyone gives them a try!"
    - Julie Carlson