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The Vital Role of Regular Vaccinations in Your Dog’s Health

Ensuring the health and longevity of dogs is a priority for every pet owner. Regular vaccinations play a crucial role in achieving this goal, offering a shield against a variety of diseases that can affect dogs at different life stages. This blog explores the benefits of maintaining an up-to-date vaccination [...]

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Dog Foot Licking | 1st Pet Veterinary Centers

Does your dog lick their paws a lot? Read our blog to learn about how licking can indicate a serious issue—like anxiety, skin sensitivities, or allergies. Understanding Dog Foot Licking And Allergies Dogs are beloved companions to many people worldwide. They’re playful, loyal, and always happy to see us when [...]

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Cat Spaying or Neutering | 1st Pet Veterinary Centers

Cats grace our homes with playful antics and purring affection. This blog post explores why spaying or neutering your cat is responsible and beneficial.   The Benefits Of Spaying Or Neutering Your Cat Cats are beloved companions, enriching our homes and lives.  As responsible pet owners, it is imperative to [...]

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FAQs About Feline Nutrition and Diet

Feline Nutrition and Diet | 1st Pet Veterinary Centers Knowing about the particular foods that cats need to thrive, you can provide your own with a long, happy life. Read this blog to learn more. FAQs About Feline Nutrition and Diet If you’ve never owned a cat before, you probably [...]

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1st Pet Vet and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

To safeguard you and our teams and to comply with all the recommended measures to slow down the spread of Covid-19 we have made the following changes to our operations until further notice.

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What You Need to Know About COVID–19 If You Have Cats or Dogs

While some states have started loosening stay-at-home restrictions, some health experts are saying that Americans are underestimating how long the COVID–19 outbreak will last. During this time, you may have taken necessary precautions to protect your family; but, if you have cats or dogs in the home, you may be [...]

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1st Pet and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

To safeguard you and our teams and to comply with all the recommended measures to slow down the spread of Covid-19 we have made the following changes to our operations until further notice.

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North Valley Open House

Last Saturday, August 25th, was an exciting day at our newly relocated North Valley Hospital. We held an Open House to celebrate our new state-of-the art 11,300 sq. ft. facility. With the move we expanded from 6 exam rooms to 14 fabulous Pet Care Suites with see through aquariums, or [...]

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Could Your Cat Be a Blood Donor?

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 [...]

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When Your Cat Gets Older: A Guide for Senior Feline 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 [...]

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1st Pet Opens Animal Blood Bank

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 [...]

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Canine Leptospirosis in Maricopa County

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 [...]

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Pet Rehab: Skipper’s Journey

“When your pet suffers, the whole family suffers. We had no idea Skipper had a herniated disk, until it ruptured.” Skipper first came into 1st Pet Veterinary Mesa on February 11, 2016. His parents noticed at first, loss of control to the hind limbs after coming home from work. ”Walking [...]

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