WHY CHOOSE US?
VAST EXPERIENCE IN VETERINARY FIELD
Dr. Jill M. Patt, the founder and owner of Little Critters Veterinary Hospital, has devoted over 20 years to veterinary medicine, specializing in small and exotic animals. Her commitment to animal care and wellbeing began early in life, leading to a career marked by significant achievements and contributions. Dr. Patt graduated Magna Cum Laude from Washington State University, earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree and being a member of the veterinary honors society, Phi Zeta.
Her professional focus has always been on providing quality care to a diverse range of animals, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, rodents, and other exotic pets. Her home has been a testament to her passion, filled with various "little critters" throughout her life.
Dr. Patt's expertise spans several areas of veterinary medicine. She has special interests in canine sports medicine, canine reproductive care, preventative healthcare, general veterinary dentistry, and complementary medicine. Her passion particularly shines through in her work with Pomeranian dogs and exotic pets, emphasizing the importance of preventative health care to enhance their longevity.
In 2016, Dr. Patt opened Little Critters Veterinary Hospital in Gilbert, AZ, aiming to provide exceptional care for all types of animals. The hospital serves as a comprehensive resource for pet owners, offering extensive information on the care of various pets, including exotic species. Dr. Patt's extensive knowledge and dedication to animal welfare are evident in every aspect of her practice, from clinical care to educating pet owners
GREAT CLIENT SATISFACTION
As a practicing veterinarian in the field of small and exotic animal medicine, I spend much of my time with clients discussing animal care and disease states. I’ve developed the Little Critters Pet Health Library to provide pet owners, and people within the veterinary medical field with some of the information on small and exotic animals that I’ve found is often discussed in our practice. This library is intended to provide quick information on some of the problems I encounter frequently in veterinary medicine and also to provide links to other sites with more established libraries.