Puppy Classes in Tempe at University Animal Hospital
Great news! A new puppy class will be starting soon. Dr. Amber Naig will be teaching this class.
Give us a call to sign up your new puppy for puppy training and socialization,480-968-9275.
Tempe Lost Our Home Pet Foundation Champagne Brunch and Auction
University Animal Hospital in Tempe welcomes Lost Our Home Pet Foundation into the neighborhood!
We are looking forward to a long lasting partnership. Together we can achieve a common goal of happy, healthy pets.
Please note that Lost Our Home Pet Foundation is having their 3rd annual Champagne Brunch and Auction December 7th, 2013.
You will find the information below.
Lost Our Home Pet Foundation
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Thanksgiving Day Advice From Tempe, University Animal Hospital
Thanksgiving Advice from University Animal Hospital, Tempe Veterinarian
‘Tis the season for friends, family and holiday feasts—but also for possible distress for our animal companions. Here are some tips courtesy of the ASPCA to help your pet have a safe and enjoyable holiday.
Talkin’ Turkey: Raw or undercooked turkey is just as problematic for your pet as it would be for you so if you decide to feed your pet any turkey, make sure it is thoroughly cooked.
Reminiscing University Animal Hospital, Tempe in 1962
A Trip Down Memory Lane for University Animal Hospital
Welcome Our New Doctor to University Animal Hospital in Tempe
Dr. Tiffany Smith is originally from St. Louis, Missouri but spent a significant part of her life in Iowa – including time spent at Iowa State University. Almost 2 years ago she came out to visit Arizona for the first time and spent a month with UAH as an extern. After 2 weeks, she decided she wanted to be a veterinarian in Arizona, this was the place for her to be! Her interests include most aspects of veterinary medicine, and she has an equal appreciation for both the canine and feline patients she gets to see each day.
New Veterinarian for Tempe University Animal Hospital
Welcome Dr. Anna Reading!
Dr. Reading is a Phoenix native who is thrilled to be able to serve her hometown community. She brings to University Animal Hospital a passion for client communication and providing the absolute best care to every pet. Dr. Reading has special interests in ophthalmology and pain management, but enjoys the wide range of medicine and surgery that being a general practitioner enables her to practice. Her goal is “to help pets have the longest, best lives possible with their families.”
Tempe Veterinarians Demystify Pet Food Labels
Pet Food Labels Demystified!
Tempe Veterinarian's Advice on Raw Diets
Aging Pets and Clean Teeth, Advice from Tempe Veterinarians
Teeth Cleaning in Older Pets:
Monsoon Advice for Your Pets
The Monsoon is coming!
Many of us are looking forward to the coming changes in the weather, in particular the rain and cooler temperatures that come with Arizona’s summer monsoon. Sadly, this is a rough time of year for some of our canine companions. Thunderstorm anxiety can range from hiding and trembling on up to extremely self destructive behavior. Behavior experts are not sure of the cause of thunderstorm anxiety but one study shows that it is more common in the sporting or working breeds, and sometimes in rescued pets.