1st Pet News

1st Pet News, Pet Health

As a responsible pet parent, you take great strides to ensure your cat is fed quality food, loved, and taken to the vet whenever they are sick. However, there is a feline virus that you might have heard of that can wreak havoc on your cat's health and spread to the other cats in your [...]
1st Pet News, Pet Health, Treatment & Care

If you’re a blood donor, you may be aware that January is National Blood Donor Month. While the Red Cross focuses on human donors, the beginning of the year is a good time for pet owners to remember that animals can also need transfusions due to illness or injuries. The animal blood banks are looking […]

1st Pet News, Treatment & Care

A cat is a dependable companion and pet. Each has a unique personality, and you get used to your cat’s mannerisms as they assert their position in your home and lifestyle. However, as a cat moves from middle age to seniority, you might begin to notice some changes in behavior and health. This guide can […]

1st Pet Opens Animal Blood Bank
1st Pet News

You may have been asked to donate blood at a local drive or have heard announcements about urgent human blood shortages during disasters, but have you ever wondered where the blood for sick or injured pets comes from? 1st Pet Veterinary Centers has just opened its animal blood bank for the collection, storage, and distribution […]

Canine Leptospirosis
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1st Pet Veterinary Centers would like to alert our clients about a situation of concern to dog owners. There has been a recent increase in the number of cases of Canine Leptospirosis in Maricopa County. The following are some frequently asked questions about this situation. Please contact us for additional questions. What Is Canine Leptospirosis? […]