FAQ

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  • Q: What type of pets does the hospital see?

    A: Dogs and cats.

  • Q: What type of emergency services is the hospital capable of performing?

    A: ​The hospital is able to manage all levels of trauma, emergency medicine, surgery, and critical care.

    Diagnostic capabilities include:

    • Complete in-house laboratory profile
    • Automated blood chemistry and hematology
    • Blood gas analysis
    • Coagulation profiles
    • Electrolyte monitoring

    Additionally, the hospital has advanced imaging abilities including digital radiology and ultrasound.

  • Q: Does hospital do vaccinations or other routine/preventative health care services?

    A: No, the hospital is designed to deliver emergency, critical care, and specialty services. The Coconino County area has many quality preventative health veterinarian practices to choose from and the staff will be happy to recommend several in your area.

  • Q: Does the hospital take payments?

    A:  We do not take payments, but we gladly accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. We do also accept Care Credit and Scratch Pay.

  • Q: What should I do if my pet has ingested chocolate, rat poison, or other toxins?

    A: First call the Poison Control Center number: (888) 426-4435. They will then direct you to the next step for treating you pet.

  • Q: What should I do if my pet was bitten by a rattlesnake?

    A: Take them to the nearest veterinarian immediately!


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Phone: 928-779-5522
Fax 928-286-5136
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