Veterinarian in Scottsdale


Canine or Feline Exam Package with Vaccines and Rabies Vaccine at Anthem Pet Medical Center (58% Off)

Anthem Pet Medical Center

Anthem/North Phoenix

Veterinary hospital offers medical, surgical, dental, & holistic care to a variety of furry companions, like dogs, cats, and rabbits.

$137 $57

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$70 for a Veterinary Package for Cats or Dogs from Tatum Point Animal Hospital ($170 Value)

Tatum Point Animal Hospital

Phoenix

Veterinarians give beloved cats and dogs a clean bill of health with thorough check-ups

$170 $70

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Vaccination Package for a Cat or Dog at Riggs Road Veterinary Clinic (Up to 59% Off)

Riggs Road Veterinary Clinic

Chandler

After a thorough exam, the veterinarian will give your cat or dog vaccinations for rabies and other species-specific ailments

$134 $55

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$300 for $600 Worth of Pet Care — Western Animal Hospital

Western Animal Hospital

Glendale

From the merchant: Basic teeth cleaning for your pets,1-5 years of age

$600 $300

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Up to 50% Off Veterinarian — 43rd Ave. Animal Hospital Valid Monday - Friday 8 AM - 5 PM

43rd Ave. Animal Hospital

North Mountain

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$50 $25

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Dog or Cat Check up and Vaccine of Your Choice at Companion Pet Clinic (Up to 54% Off)

Companion Pet Clinic

Gold Canyon

Check ups ensure pets are healthy and happy, while vaccines prevent them from contacting harmful diseases

$85.45 $39

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For all their ubiquity, chain restaurants seldom embody the same character and culture as their independently owned counterparts. That’s where Arizona Food Tours comes in. With their signature A Taste of Old Town Scottsdale tour, the company introduces visitors to the idiosyncrasies and food of the desert burg, from classic western grub to the local wine bars that pour cabernet and red zinfandel for diners and thirsty cacti.
6835 E Thomas Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US
The two-woman team of Michel Herstam and Heather Allen started HALO (Helping Animals Live On) Animal Rescue out of their homes in 1994 to provide temporary shelter for abandoned cats and dogs until they were adopted. Today, out of the basement and into its own adoption center, HALO’s mission is twofold: it aims to rescue animals at risk of being euthanized in shelters and works to create a better welfare system for the 100,000 cats and dogs that enter Maricopa County shelters every year. Each animal in the organization’s care receives a complete medical examination and treatments, and no animal is euthanized for being unable to find a home. Online bios highlight animals for potential adopters, focusing on how each animal will fit into an individual's home, family, and lifestyle in order to foster a lifelong match. In 2011, HALO placed more than 3,520 cats and dogs in loving homes.
5231 N 35th Ave
Phoenix,
AZ
US
Declared the veterinary healthcare team of the year in 2009 by the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. Teri Wiblin and her staff at Faust Animal Hospital tend to dogs and cats with medical and surgical services, boarding, daycare, and an in-house pharmacy. Their medical expertise covers wound repair and orthopedic surgery as well as dental care and wellness exams. Boarding dogs enjoy private accommodations filled with toys and blankets from home, while cats inhabit kitty condos complete with perches for jumping and windows for witnessing everyday situations to talk about in their observational comedy routines.
3111 E Greenway Rd, Ste 105
Phoenix,
AZ
US
3415 North 7th Avenue
Phoenix,
AZ
US
3131 E Thomas Rd
Phoenix,
AZ
US
10825 N Tatum Blvd
Phoenix,
AZ
US
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