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Animal Hospital Services Power Rd Mesa AZ

Dog & Cat Dental Cleaning – Power Rd Mesa, AZ

Dog & Cat Teeth Cleaning Mesa - Power Road Animal Hospital

Are you searching for cat or dog dental cleaning on Power Road or Mesa, Arizona? If so, Power Road Animal Hospital can help! We provide (pet) cat and dog teeth cleaning services near you.

Dental Cleaning Is Important For Your Pet’s Health

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At Val Vista Animal Hospital, your cat’s or dog’s dental cleaning includes:

  • Consultation: A thorough consultation and oral exam done by one of our Veterinary Dental Specialists.
  • Testing: We test all of your pet’s organ function and other pre-anesthetic blood work prior to anesthesia and identify any risks or abnormalities.
  • Monitoring: Electronic Monitoring, IV fluids and General Anesthesia – We are highly experienced and professional trained in pet anesthesia. You cat or dog’s anesthesia will be individualized to meet your pet’s needs and your pet will be monitored throughout the entire process.
  • X-Rays: Dental X-rays (Digital) – Digital x-rays or radio-graphs all us to get a closer look of your pet’s mouth to help us identify fractured teeth, periodontal disease or oral cancer. These problems would not  be visible without digital radio-graphs or X-rays.
  • Dental Cleaning: Thorough teeth polishing and teeth cleaning (prophy)
  • Paperwork: Copies of EKG, Dental X-rays and anesthetic charts.
  • Prevention: The comfort of knowing your pet is receiving critical dental cleanings that can save you money down the road and prevent future dental disease for you pet.

How Often Should My Dog / Cat Receive Teeth Cleaning?

Experts recommend getting your pet’s teeth cleaned professionally every 6 months – 1 year depending on your breed of dog. If you are taking great care of your cat’s or dog’s teeth already, you may only have to take your pet every other year. However, always discuss your options with a vet before taking any serious action.

If your pet is starting to have really bad breath, it’s probably time to bring them in for a dental exam. Other reasons to schedule dental cleaning include difficulty eating, seeing blood on chews or bleeding gums.

Pet Dental Exams

Most dogs and cats should receive dental exams at least once a year. This dental exam includes, subgingival and supragingival cleaning, polishing, intraoral evaluation and further periodontal therapy. Pet dental cleanings at Augusta Animal Ranch Hospital involves removal of calculus and plaque, either with sonic/ultrasonic instruments listed above, hand instruments or gingival margin, intra-oral radio-graphs, periodontal probing, charting and more treatments such as extractions if needed or deep periodontal therapy.

Dental Treatment Options & Take Home Instructions

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After the oral examination is complete, the initial treatment plan is set. The veterinarian will discuss different options and then the client will be able to decide of the treatment plan that best suits their pet. Next, the patient(pet) is anesthetized and the periodontal therapy begins. After the therapy is complete, you will be given take home instructions for caring for your pet from home.

Schedule Your Pet Dental Cleaning In Mesa

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5 Star Review: “They were my last dogs vet for 15 years. That should tell you something itself. When I had to unfortunately euthanize him, they made a horrible experience very peaceful for the both of us.They even took a print of his paw and gave it to me. A few days later, I received a condolence card in the mail from them. They are the most understanding and compassionate vet I have ever had!” Cyanne P.

To schedule your cat or dog teeth cleaning in Mesa click here or give us a call today at (480) 641-4141.

 

Cat Throwing Up – Potential Reasons Why & Treatment Options

Cat Vomiting Mesa AZ - Potenitial Reasons & Treatment Options

Location: Mesa, Arizona – This post is dedicated to helping you understand “why your cat is throwing up“. Cats throw up for a variety of reasons – to either get rid of something they ate or it could be signs of a more serious condition: it could be anything from toxin exposure and head trauma to pancreatic cancer or gastrointestinal obstruction.

Read more about the potential reasons your cat is vomiting, if you should be worried or not, and what cat vomiting treatment options are available for the condition it is stemming from. Schedule an appointment to see our veterinarians today by giving us a call at (480) 380 – 6710 or stop by our animal hospital in Mesa today!

What Causes Cats to Vomit?

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You may have seen a cat vomit a few times without a lot of thought. Vomiting can be caused by something small like eating too quickly or it could be a symptom of a serious condition that may need immediate medical attention. Normally, a cat will vomit because they ate something that didn’t agree with them, played too much after eating, or ate too much. Vomiting can also be a symptom of systemic or gastrointestinal disorder.

Some causes acute vomiting may include:

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  • Certain medications
  • Viral infections
  • Chemicals or toxins
  • Post-operative nausea
  • Pancreatitis
  • Gall bladder inflammation or acute liver failure
  • Intestinal parasite
  • Intestinal or gastric foreign bodies such as toys or hairballs
  • Diet related causes like food intolerance or diet change
  • Bacterial infection of gastrointestinal tract

What Should I Do If My Cat Vomits Frequently?

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Occasional, isolated episode of vomiting is normal. Although, if your cat is frequently vomiting it could be a sign of a serious condition. Take your cat to the vet for a complete examination as well as diagnosis.

Some causes of chronic vomiting may include:

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  • Heartworm infection
  • Foreign bodies
  • Diet related
  • Diaphragmatic hernia
  • Pancreatitis
  • Gastritis
  • Colitis
  • Severe constipation
  • Parasites
  • Neurological disorders
  • Liver failure
  • Kidney failure
  • Intestinal obstruction
  • Intestinal or gastric tumors
  • Toxicity like lead

What Other Symptoms Should I Watch For?

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Causes of vomiting can be varied so it can be hard to diagnose and so it is vital that you consider the circumstances.

What you should watch out for:

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  • Frequency of vomiting. If the cat has vomited one and then goes back to eating regularly and has normal bowel movements, then the vomiting was likely just an isolated incident.
  • Change in water intake or appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Blood in vomit
  • Dehydration
  • Diarrhea
  • Lethargy

When Is It Time to See the Vet?

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You need to see a vet if you have noticed any symptoms that were mentioned above or if the vomiting persists. Depending on the age of your cat, medical history, physical examination findings, and the particular symptoms that your cat has, the vet may want to perform tests like blood tests, sonogram, fecal examination and X-ray in order to make a final diagnosis.

What Are Some Treatment Options?

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The common action course is to withhold water and food until the vomiting has stopped for two hours. Afterwards, water will be introduced slowly, followed by a bland diet. You can baby your cat like you would a sick child and give them homemade foods like cooked, skinless chicken, rice or boiled potatoes.

In some situations, your cat may need fluid therapy or antiemetic drugs to help control vomiting. You will need to see your vet in order to find the right remedy.

Schedule An Appointment To See A Vet

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If you still don’t know why your cat is vomiting, bring your cat in to Power Road Animal Hospital to see one of our caring veterinarians in Mesa, Arizona. Our vets will be able to diagnose your cat’s throwing up problem and provide treatment options to help remedy the problem. Schedule an appointment to see our veterinarians today by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141 or stop by our animal hospital in Mesa today!

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Dog Vomiting Diagnosis & Treatments

Dog Vomiting Mesa AZ - Diagnosis & Treatment Options

Location: Mesa, Arizona – This post was created to help dog owners understand “why is my dog is vomiting?“. Dogs throw up or vomit for a variety reasons – to either: get rid of foreign objects that shouldn’t be in their stomach, or it could be symptoms of a more serious condition: anything from a head trauma or toxin exposure to gastrointestinal obstruction or pancreatic cancer.

Read more about the reasons why your dog is vomiting below, if you should be worried or not, and what canine vomiting treatment options are available for the condition the vomiting is stemming from. Schedule an appointment to see our vets today by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141 or stop by our animal hospital in Mesa today!

Why Is My Dog Is Throwing Up?

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If you do not find a reason why your dog is throwing up here, you should get your dog examined by a Power Road Veterinarian right away to figure out why dog is throwing up, and what treatment options that are available. Don’t wait too long though, many of the below conditions are very serious conditions that need treatment right away to prevent further illness.

  • Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Inflammation of the intestinal or stomach tract (Gastroenteritis)
  • Intestinal obstructions that are caused tumors, foreign material, displacement and others
  • Kidney or liver disease
  • Tumors In The Stomach
  • Head Trauma
  • Enlarged Tumors
  • Enlarged Spleen
  • Gastrointestinal ulcers
  • Toxin Exposure
  • Parasites
  • Food intolerance and allergies
  • Side effect from drugsPancreatic disease
  • Different types of cancer
  • Bacterial, fungal or viral infections
  • Addison’s disease
  • Diabetes mellitus

Schedule An Appointment To See A Vet

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5 Star Dog Veterinarian Review Mesa: “I’ve used Val Vista Animal Hospital for both my own pets as an adult and as a teen with my family’s dogs. Several years ago my family’s Labrador had to have her leg amputated up to the hip. They did a clean, beautiful job- she healed with no complications, and quickly adjusted to life as a three legged dog! (She even chased down our chickens!) I also took my cat there for the majority of his life, always impressed with the gentleness and care they showed him. When my Boxer was hit by a car and passed away, I took him there to be cremated… the vet remembered him personally from our previous visits, and I could see they were (almost) as devastated as I was. It was very comforting to know he was in care of people who had known and cared about him. They (the vets, reception, and vet techs) are always kind, gentle with your pet, efficient, and willing to answer questions and give all the information you need. Its a very relaxed environment, which I liked. The vets don’t rush or make you feel hurried- they talk to you and thoroughly explain what they’re recommending and why. They also give you all the info you need on costs, different shot packages, etc. But they don’t push procedures down your throat, or tell you something is an emergency unless it is! All in all, I recommend Val Vista Animal Hospital to my friends, I would take any future animals to this vet, and I have always had a positive experience!” Susan E.

If you are worried about your dog’s vomiting problem or they have been throwing up for several days, bring your dog to Power Road Animal Hospital to see one of our caring veterinarians in Mesa, Arizona. Our vets will be able to diagnose your dog’s vomiting problem and provide treatment options to help remedy the issue. Schedule an appointment to see our veterinarians by giving us a call at (480) 641-4141 or stop by our animal hospital in Mesa today!

 

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