Arrowhead Animal Hospital

Arrowhead Animal Hospital
Arrowhead Animal Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Glendale, Arizona. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arrowhead Animal Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arrowhead Animal Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for Arrowhead Animal Hospital is:
6750 W Deer Valley Rd
Glendale, AZ 85310
(623) 561-2677
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Is it spring cleaning time at your house? If so and you find yourself with extra towels or blankets that you would like to donate and get out of your closets, our fur-friends sure could use them to stay warm while having procedures done. Just drop them off at our front desk!

The team is so excited that Apollo and Zeus are doing great!!! These pups spent all last week with us fighting parvovirus! They are now at home and back to causing trouble!

Meet Jerry! He is a healthy boy!

At least 56 species of scorpions are found in the southwestern United States. One of the biggest concerns is the Arizona Bark Scorpion. This small creature can pack a lot of punch in terms of how poisonous it is. It is a small light brown scorpion common to the Sonoran Desert and most common scorpion found in Arizona homes. Consider the worst case scenario if you suspect that your pet was bitten by a scorpion. Stings are typically painful and hurt like crazy, most aren’t any more dangerous than a bee sting. However, while an animal can fully recover within 24 hours after being stung by a not-so-poisonous-scorpion, it becomes worse after being bitten by a bark scorpion. So, immediately bring your fuzzy friend to the vet if he exhibits the following symptoms – paralysis, difficulty or labored breathing, swelling or skin inflammation, drooling, or collapse. Such signs become evident in about 10 to 15 minutes after the stinging incident. Call our office for more information. 623-561-2677. We would be happy to help.

We had our first rattlesnake bite victim of the spring come into Arrowhead Ranch Animal Hospital this morning. We have antivenin in stock, so have started treatment. Closely watch your pets, these venomous reptiles are out and about in our neighborhoods, in the hills, in the desert, and live near open, rocky areas. This one was in the street!