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For after hours emergencies, we recommend Animal Medical and Surgical Center 480-502-4400 or Phoenix Veterinary Referral and Emergency 602-765-3700

This Month’s Specials

    

FELINE SENIOR SCREEN with Fpl:

Our Senior Screen includes a look at blood chemistry, a complete blood cell count, thyroid screen and urinalysis.  A chemistry test assesses organ health.  A CBC evaluates red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Thyroid function plays a role in metabolism. A urinalysis provides a complete picture of hydration and kidney function. Feline pancreas-specific lipase (Fpl) is a sensitive indicator of pancreatitis. 

Please note that this test requires your pet to be fasted for 12 hours. 

Normal cost is $398.10, NOW 25% off at $298.57 

HEALTHCHEK PROFILE 1:

A chemistry test assesses organ health.  A CBC evaluates red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. 

Normal cost is $262.98, NOW 25% off at $197.23 

SENIOR SCREEN:

Our Senior Screen includes a look at blood chemistry, a complete blood cell count, one parameter of thyroid function and urinalysis.   A chemistry test assesses organ health.  A CBC evaluates red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Thyroid function plays a role in metabolism. A urinalysis provides a complete picture of hydration and kidney function. 

Normal cost is $356.10, NOW 25% off at $267.07 

COCCIDIODOMYCOSIS SCREEN AND TITER:

Coccidiodomycosis, also known as Valley Fever, is a fungal disease endemic to the Southwestern US.  Symptoms can include cough, lethargy and weight loss or progress to such ailments as lameness or seizures.  

Normal cost is $206.98, NOW 25% off at $155.23 

FECAL PROFILE WITH GIARDIA:

Intermittent shedding of parasite eggs can cause false negatives in standard microscopic testing methods.  This fecal test not only looks for intestinal parasites using traditional methods, but also uses new technology to identify infections earlier and with more sensitivity. 

Normal cost is $107.38, NOW 25% off at $80.53 

The risks of cancer, diabetes, obesity, arthritis, heart disease and other serious conditions all increase with age.  Because pets are living longer today, it is likely that many will experience a potentially serious illness during their lifetime.  These problems, if caught early can be successfully treated or controlled, giving your pet a longer and better quality of life.

Make an appointment today to start the path to better pet health.

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