At Crown Valley Animal Care, the list of pet-saving services rivals that of any human hospital. In their tireless pursuit to keep pets healthy, dedicated veterinarians use modern technology on furry, fluffy friends. Their laser surgery eschews traditional scalpels for highly precise cuts, while ultrasounds and digital radiology detect any potential inner problems. Professional groomers also comb through matted coats, restoring pooches to pristine condition. In addition to providing dentistry, wellness services, and an in-house laboratory for tests, the center?s staff furnishes warmer, fuzzier facilities as well.
Pet boarding suites provide ample room for dogs to lounge and play. Tiffany lamps, soft beds, and pedestals accommodate visiting cats?be they aristocats, blue-collar cats, or cats with any other color of collar.
Hala’s Paws stocks collars, leashes, animal apparel, and natural and organic treats and food for dogs and cats in a vibrant, spacious storefront. Teeth gnaw through foot-long buffalo bully sticks ($5.99), and pups ponder rhetoric as they parse Plato turkey and pumpkin treats ($11.99).
Dexter's Deli fuels cats and hounds with holistic pet foods and entertains them with a host of toys. A raw-food diet's easy-to-digest mix of antibiotic-free meat and organic veggies is a healthy alternative to your pet's usual meal of rocks ($3.59–$56.95), and dry or canned foods for dogs ($6.95–$70.95) and cats ($10.95–$17.95) serve as a more traditional hunger defeater. After a hearty meal, Fido can drift off in a dog bed or pad ($24.95+), where he'll have dreams about chewing on newspapers or serving on the Supreme Court.
VETCO Affordable Full-Service Pet Hospitals have been in business for over 15 years.
We offer everything you need to keep your pet healthy:
Vaccinations Heartworm Tests and Prevention Spay or Neuter Dental Cleaning Surgery X-Rays Ear Flushes Diagnostics Microchip Pet IDs Deworming Flea and Tick Prevention
Since the age of 7, Dr. Robert Stonebreaker shared a special affinity with all birds. Wanting to bring people closer to his feathered friends, he lent his passion to Free Flight in 1989, helping evolve the avian boarding and breeding center into a sanctuary where visitors could interact with the exotic creatures. Amid open air and emerald palm fronds, guests can let a yellow, orange, and green sun Conure perch on their arm or pet a Timneh Grey. The tropical oasis also teems with Koi lagoons, where schools of shimmering Koi swim under the flaps of fluffy white Cockatoos soaring through the aviary.
Dr. Stonebraker tragically passed away in 2010, but the team at Free Flight has upheld his tireless work by fostering human-avian relations and furthering visitors' understanding of parrots. Free Flights also encourages involvement through donation, membership, volunteer opportunities, and, most notably, education programs.