Medical Services

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       Our goal is to treat our patients with compassion using many of the latest advancements veterinary medicine has to offer. We utilize the most up-to-date research and technology to provide you and your pet with care you want, and your pet deserve. Providing comprehensive care means that we collaborate with other practitioners, specialists and research scientists to continue to improve our capabilities and enhance the relationship between you and your canines. The list below is just a sample of what we can provide:
Pharmacy

We maintain an extensive inventory of pharmaceuticals, heartworm preventatives and nutraceuticals to meet the needs of your dog. We work closely with our local compounding pharmacies (i.e. Roadrunner Pharmacy, Diamondback Drugs and Avella) to provide novel pharmaceutical formulations which make administering medications easier.

Radiology 

On-site we have modern digital radiography and ultrasound capability. Our relationship with local specialists also allows us access to more advanced imaging including MRI, CT, fluoroscopy and endoscopy.

We offer a full suite of dental services to manage and treat dogs with early to late stage periodontal disease.

Dermatology

Chronic skin conditions and allergies can be a treatment and diagnostic challenge. Our doctors are very well versed at managing even the most stubborn conditions.

Senior dogs, obese dogs and young healthy adults have different medical needs. We tailor our wellness programs to the needs of the individual. Preventative care, dietary counseling, and behavioral counseling are an integral part of designing a wellness program that improves your canine's quality of life.

Lab Services

We have an extensive in-hospital laboratory suite which is complemented by the diagnostic services provided by local pathologists and one of the premier national laboratories, IDEXX labs.

Cancer therapy 

Caring for dogs who have cancer is never easy, but we provide state-of-the-art care in conjunction with our local oncologists at Arizona Veterinary Specialists in Gilbert, Arizona.

Infectious Disease/Endocrinology

Our doctors are very well versed at diagnosing and treating a variety of infectious and endocrine diseases. Whether your dog suffers from Valley Fever or has diabetes which is difficult to regulate, Dr. Pan will provide the expertise and compassion necessary to treat you and your dog(s).

Surgical Services

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       At North Scottsdale Animal Hospital, we provide surgical services to treat the young and old alike. We regularly perform basic soft tissue surgeries like spays and neuters, along with far more complicated procedures. Our doctors are well-trained to provide exceptional care to patients with cancer, gastrointestinal foreign bodies, lower urinary tract disorders, knee injuries (e.g. ACL tears), just to name a few!
 
We make every effort to insure the safety of your dog during any anesthetic procedures using state-of-the-art monitoring equipment, pre-surgical blood work and dedicated anesthesia technicians to monitor your dog during and after the procedure. All our anesthetic agents and protocols are designed to provide the shortest duration of anesthesia and a safe, smooth recovery.
 
For patients that require highly specialized care and/or advanced diagnostic procedures intra-operatively, we work with the top surgeons in the Phoenix metro area at VETMED consultants and Arizona Veterinary Specialists.
 
 

Dog Dentistry

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       Unless regular home care and veterinary dental care is provided, you could be neglecting an important part of your dog's overall health. In most cases, owners are unaware that their dog has dental problems.  Desert View Animal Hospital offers a full range of veterinary dental services for dogs including consultations, dental radiographs, cleaning, etc. 

Pain Management 

       The Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital at the University of Wisconsin declares pain as "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage." Pain is subjective and can be difficult to measure. It's important to be aware of subtle behavioral changes, as they may be the only way your pet can communicate a need for pain management assistance.