8333 E. 22nd St
Tucson, AZ 85710
Appropriate vaccinations are very important to your pets health and well-being. Puppies and kittens must receive their vaccinations series on schedule to be protected from potentially fatal disease. Adult and senior pets are vaccinated yearly to every 3 years based on that pet's particular risk of exposure and lifestyle. Have a conversation with your veterinarian to determine the appropriate vaccination schedule for your pet!
Spaying or Neutering helps your pet reduce the number of unwanted pets and it provides long-term health benefits for your dog or cat. You care for your pet and want to ensure that he or she is happy and healthy. Unfortunately, for every puppy or kitten that finds a loving home, four others are unwanted, unloved and possibly neglected or abused. Don't be part of the problem--- Be part of the solution! Have your pet spayed or neutered!
More than 85% of dogs and cats that are 4 years or older have periodontal disease, a condition where bacteria attack the gums and bone in the mouth. Periodontal disease begins when plaque builds up on your pets teeth and worsens significantly over time. Regular, daily brushing can help prevent plaque build up and periodontal disease, but nearly all pets need regular dental cleanings performed at your veterinary clinic.
Adoption and Animal Rescue:
Every staff member here at Pantano Animal Clinic strongly believes in supporting Rescue Organizations! Rescued pets make the best Pets! Consider visiting the following rescues and shelters when it's time for you to add a new member to your family!
Arizona Greyhound Rescue (AzGR)- Local rescue dedicated to rehabilitating the retired greyhounds off the track and placing them in permanent homes.
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