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NOTE: We are NOT taking ferals on the following dates for the month of July: 7/4, 7/10, 7/11, 7/17, 7/18, 7/19, 7/25, 7/26, and 7/29.

( Drop-off time is between 9-11 am only.)

Starting in 2024 all dog spay/neuter surgeries will be required to go home with an e-collar (cone) for $15.

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5 Common Pet Health Issues in Tucson and How to Prevent Them

As pet owners in Tucson, we cherish the companionship and joy our furry friends bring into our lives. However, just like us, our pets can face health challenges. In this guide, we will explore the 5 common pet health issues affecting animals in Tucson and provide you with actionable tips on preventing them. By understanding […]

10 Foods That Are Toxic to Dogs and Cats

As a pet owner, it is essential to be aware of the foods toxic to dogs and cats. Some foods that are perfectly safe for humans can be very harmful to dogs and cats. Pets are like family members; as responsible pet owners, we are responsible for keeping them safe and healthy. One way to […]

What Causes Kidney Failure in Cats?

Your cat’s kidneys play a vital role in its health. The kidneys create red blood cells, produce hormones, regulate blood pressure, and filter waste. When these organs fail, your cat may have few treatment options.  So what causes kidney failure in cats? As Tucson’s trusted veterinarian, our team at Santa Cruz Veterinary Clinic explains the types […]

Why Does My Dog Have a Lump on His Neck?

Few things cause more anxiety than petting your dog only to discover a bump beneath his fur. Scratching him beneath the collar, you find a strange bulge. Your mind begins racing as you wonder, “Why does my dog have a lump on his neck?” As Tucson’s trusted veterinarian, we have a few theories that might answer […]

Symptoms of Anemia in Dogs: 12 Signs Pet Owners Should Know

Why would pet owners need to know the symptoms of anemia in dogs? Spotting the signs of ill health is the best way to avoid costly treatment or, worse, potentially fatal sickness in your dog. Illnesses like anemia are subtle, requiring you to pay more attention to your furry friend if you want to catch […]

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