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Your pet’s health and well-being is very important to us and we take every step to provide your pet the best possible care. We are experienced in all types of conditions and treatments. Our clinic is comfortable, kid-friendly and a very calm environment so your pet can easily relax before meeting the veterinarian.
Desert Hills Animal Clinic opened in 2003 and conveniently serves Desert Hills, Anthem, New River, North Phoenix, Cave Creek, Tramanto, and other North Valley communities.
I had to make an appointment for one of our dogs Penelope Jane. It was last minute and I called first thing in the morning and they were still able to get me in that day. The staff is always friendly the doctors great and I enjoy taking the animals there when we need to have them looked at. I never have a problem recommending them to anybody that needs a good caring veterinary office.
Everyone is very friendly and compassionate. They always greet us with a smile and answer all of our questions. They will follow up with us after our appointment to make sure we are doing okay or if we thought of any questions regarding our pets care that we did not cover. They run a very clean facility
Front desk staff is great - very personable and caring. Jennifer is THE best groomer. I couldn't go to anyone else!
The clinic is equipped with a complete In-House Diagnostic Laboratory to provide rapid and accurate diagnostic test results, which enables our doctors to diagnose and treat even the most critical patients quickly and effectively. We are equipped with a full suite of Idexx Diagnostics including a Lasercyte for a complete CBC, a Catalyst for up to 27 chemistries and electrolytes, as well as Snap Elisa tests to screen for Canine Heartworm, Canine Ehrlichiosis, Lymes Disease, ParvoVirus, Giardia, and Feline Leukemia, Feline Aids and Feline Heartworm Disease.