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If a pet you own needs emergency care, please contact your local animal hospital. If you have found a stray pet in need of care, please follow these instructions. Margaret McAllister Brock Veterinary Clinic. At the South Mountain Campus. 1521 W. Dobbins Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85041

Actived: Thursday Jan 1, 1970

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Vaccinations - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Vaccinating your pet is easy, inexpensive and essential for helping them enjoy a long, healthy life. Pet vaccines help protect your dog or cat from contagious diseases, many of which can cause serious illness or death. AHS vaccinates all homeless animals upon intake and provides affordable veterinary services to thousands of pet owners every year.

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Foster - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) As long as the pet is medically and behaviorally sound, he or she will be spayed or neutered and put up for adoption. “Where do I go to pick up and return my foster pet?” The majority of our pets will be picked up from our Foster Department located at our Sunnyslope Campus, 9226 N. 13th Avenue, Phoenix .

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Youth Camps - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Jun 06, 2022  · Pet Vets at the Arizona Humane Society is a great place to get started! This science-based program focuses on the building blocks of veterinary science and allows young teens to test out the realities of this career option. Students will have the option to view live surgeries in our veterinary clinic and will acquire hands-on experience during ...

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End of Life Services - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Knowing when to let your pet go is always a difficult decision. Our compassionate veterinary staff is here to support you when euthanasia is the most humane choice for a pet’s quality of life. We offer two locations where you can say goodbye: Our Margaret McAllister Brock Veterinary Clinic at our South Mountain campus, and our Animal ...

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Home Page - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Register now for Summer Camp. It’s time to get up close and personal with pets! We are proud to offer a whole lineup of national award-winning animal camps for kids and teens ages 6-17 who are interested in learning more about animals and animal careers.

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Spay & Neuter - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Pet Age: 2 months to 8 years with a healthy veterinary exam. Pre-anesthetic bloodwork is required for pets 5 to 8 years old (requires additional $48 fee) Pet Weight: 3 to 120 pounds; Spay & Neuter Fees 1. Canine Spay 2–55 lb: $105: Canine Spay 56–100 lb: $150: Canine Neuter 2–55 lb: $85: Canine Neuter 56–100 lb: $120:

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Contact Us - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) If a pet you own needs emergency care, please contact your local animal hospital. Are you a member of the Media/Press? Click here to reach our Public Relations Department. Still have a question or feedback? Send us a message using the form below (a member of our team will get back to you soon!) or call us at 602.997.7585.

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All Veterinary Services - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) From spaying and neutering to vaccinations, microchipping and more, our medical professionals strive to keep your pet in great health. Our knowledgeable veterinarians and our caring staff, combined with our state-of-the-art equipment and high-quality service, provide your pets with the best veterinary value in Phoenix.

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Lost a Pet - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Arizona Humane Society. Complete our Lost Animal Report form online or call our Lost and Found department: 602.997.7585; You can also view the pets on our adoption floor i n case your lost pet is in our care.; Maricopa County Animal Care and Control. Contact Maricopa County Animal Care and Control ’s Lost & Found service daily from 9 AM to 5 PM at 602.372.4598.

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Adopt - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Jun 15, 2022  · Welcome Them Home. When you adopt a rescue pet, you’re adding to your family and saving a life. And at Arizona Humane Society, our Ethical No-Kill Philosophy™ ensures no pet in our shelters is ever euthanized for space or length of time.

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Dog Training Classes - Arizona Humane Society

Posted: (53 years ago) Virtual Pet Training Lessons We offer video consultations to help you with your dog or cat via Zoom, Skype or FaceTime, so your furry friend doesn’t have to skip a beat in their training. These video lessons are 30-minutes long and only $20, making them perfect for getting those much-needed answers and advice from our experienced trainers.

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