Preventative Medicine -Wellness examinations: Our doctors do a full head to tail examination for early detection of any disease or problems -Vaccinations: Our vaccinations are tailored to the lifestyle of your pet - Puppy/Kitten plans: We have puppy and kitten plans for your new addition! Wellness plan details are listed here. -Spays/Neuters: Our spays and neuters include pre-operative lab screening for all pets, intravenous fluids during the procedure, dedicated anesthesia monitoring and post operative pain medications.
Dental Care: -Dental Cleaning: Our dental cleaning is a comprehensive package including pre-operative bloodwork, oral exam, iv catheter and fluid therapy, scaling, polishing and cleaning your pets teeth and digital dental x-rays. Our doctors will determine if your pet needs further dental care and go over options for treatment with you. Other treatments we perform if needed include extractions, bonded sealant, removing gingival hyperplasia, removing decidious (baby) teeth and more! Visit our pet dental page for more information. -Digital Dental X-rays: These are taken while your pet is under anesthesia for their dental cleaning to unmask hidden oral problems below the gum line. X-Ray helps our doctors determine if your cat or dog has cavities, a tooth root abscess, broken jaw bones, cancer in the mouth or nasal cavity, and broken teeth that can be painful if not properly treated.
In Hospital Diagnostics: -Laboratory: We have a laboratory on site with the capability to provide quick results on heartworm testing, blood testing including: CBC, Chemistries, Electrolytes, and urinalysis results while you wait. Queen Creek Veterinary Clinic can also perform in hospital coccidioidomycosis testing better known as valley fever screening. In our lab we can also perform skin scraping and cytology review to determine the source of your pet's skin rash, discharge or ear infection. We do also have the capability to send our labwork to the outside laboratory and receive results in as little as 24 hours on some panels. -On-site pharmacy: For your convenience we have an on site pharmacy with many of the prescriptions your pet will need. -Digital X-rays: Digital x-rays provide less wait time for developing x-rays as well as more detail for the doctors to properly diagnose your pet. -Ultrasound: We have doctors trained in ultrasound technique. Ultrasound gives us a different view to look at your pets internal organs and we commonly use it to check for masses, cancer, abdominal fluid and to check the bladder and intestines for foreign objects.
Full Service Hospital: -Surgical Procedures: We provide both routine and emergency surgeries including spay and neuter surgery, dental cleaning, mass removals, cystotomy, exploratory surgery and some orthopedic surgeries. -Hospitalization: We have the ability to hospitalize patients during our normal business hours. If your pet needs intensive 24-hour care we will refer you to the closest 24-hour emergency hospital after stabilizing your pet.
Emergency Services: Valley Fever Treatment: Queen Creek Veterinary Clinic offers valley fever testing and treatment. Symptoms of valley fever can include limping, coughing, losing weight and not wanting to eat. Valley Fever is common in dogs living in the desert. We offer an in house screen to test for valley fever or we can send a sample of your dogs blood to a lab to do a valley fever screen and titer. Limping: If your pet is limping we recommend bringing them in for an exam to find the cause. Common causes of limping and lameness include soft tissue injury, broken leg, swollen paw or shoulder, valley fever, torn ligament, or bone cancer. Our doctors will perform an exam and determine if your pet needs x-rays taken and prescribe medications to alleviate your pet's pain. Coughing: A cough can be caused by many factors. We commonly treat dogs and cats coughing due to upper respiratory infections, kennel cough, allergies, valley fever, and heart conditions.
Boarding Facility: -Dog boarding: We have a dog boarding facility that is all indoors and air-conditioned. Pets are taken out twice daily for walks. Bedding and water are provided for your pet and changed twice daily. Dogs receive individual attenton from our kennel attendants. We do not offer doggy play groups, dogs are never socialized with other dogs in the facility. The only exception to this is if they are from the same family and it was directed by their family to socialize them. View our boarding information page here. -Cat boarding: Our cat patients are boarded in a separate room away from dogs. Each cat gets their own condo with access to litter box (cleaned twice daily) food, water and beds. Cats receive individual attention and playtime twice daily. View our cat boarding page by clicking here.