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Little Critters Veterinary Hospital is pleased to provide many online resources for our clients. If you are new to us, you will find our New Client Form under this heading, as well as links and articles, access to the Veterinary Partner Library, and information about pet insurance. We have also provided a list of FAQS covering answers to commonly asked questions such as, “Why does my dog need an annual heartworm blood test?” If there is a topic of interest to you that is not covered or if you have any additional questions about a topic that is covered, please give us a call; we would be pleased to answer any questions you may have. If you would like more information about caring for your pet, please visit our Pet Care Booklets section. We look forward to seeing you soon!
86 West Juniper Avenue
Gilbert, AZ 85233
1648 N. Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201
Club-Doggie with Jubie & Kama Rueschenberg of Queen Creek. This mother and daughter team are dedicated animal lovers and provide exceptional positive reinforcement dog training.
This professional dog training center was designed by nationally renown dog trainers with the intention of creating ideal learning and practice environments for the dog sports enthusiast, as well as just having fun with your dog.
Club-Doggie offers a full menu of dog training classes for agility, trick training, and obedience, including basic puppy and adult obedience classes, AKC STAR Puppy, and Canine Good Citizen (CGC). The limited-size group classes, private lessons, semi-private lessons, clinics, and other super-fun training programs and games are designed to help you achieve a remarkable relationship and “team” success with your dog. Club-Doggie’s dog training features a friendly, clean, safe, level practice environment with professional-grade agility equipment.
We recommend Canine Rehabilitation of the Southwest for caring and compassionate care of your canine or feline. They offer all types of physical therapy and their facility includes a pool with lift and an underwater treadmill.
If you explore the desert with your pups we highly recommend taking them through a snake avoidance training class. We recommend Web Parton with Snakesafe.com Not only with a snake aware dog save themselves from a bite but they may save you as well.
We frequently act as a way-station for sick and injured wildlife at the hospital and my intent is to provide a list of contact organizations for those people who find injured wildlife. All wild animals have special needs, particularly in regards to diet. Therefore, it is vitally important that all found animals be turned over to qualified and licensed rehabilitators. The quicker injured wildlife is placed with a qualified rehab facility or individual the better the chance not only for survival, but also eventual release back into the wild. These rehab organizations all have volunteers who have been trained to care for the different needs of our Arizona wildlife and they will provide the very best possible care.
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Ste101C, 1525 N Gilbert Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85234
Dr. Jill Patt thanks Shelly Fields, Shelly Field Photography for many of the wonderful photos on this website.