At Power Road Animal Hospital in Mesa, AZ, we are a full-service animal hospital with experienced and skillfully trained staff to diagnose and treat various conditions. Our veterinarians offer the highest standard of care to ensure your beloved pet's longevity and good health.
We are well known in our community for providing the best veterinary care in the Mesa area. There are services that we provide that other animal hospitals do not. We continually exceed pet owners’ expectations by providing compassionate and reliable veterinary care.
The following are some of the pet care services we provide to our patients in Mesa and the surrounding areas:
- Behavior counseling
- Blood tests
- Cold laser therapy
- Dental care and surgeries
- Diagnostics, such as x-rays and ultrasound
- In-house and online pharmacy
- Internal medicine
- Pain management
- Parasite prevention programs
- Surgeries, such as spay and neuter, orthopedic, tumor removal, soft tissue
- Routine wellness examinations
At Power Road Animal Hospital, we can identify and treat any condition that your pet may have. As a loving pet parent, it is your responsibility to bring your pet in at the minimum, yearly, for a wellness exam. When you bring your pet in for their routine wellness exam, it will be checked over from head to tail. This will catch any apparent problems, such as mobility issues, discomfort, pain, growths, and deformities.
Our veterinarians will discuss your pet's health and lifestyle at home with you. Changes in appetite or behavior should be recorded and reported, as they may indicate larger problems. Our vets will ensure that all required preventive treatments are done, or any locally mandated animal treatments are up to date, such as:
- Vaccinations and inoculations
- Parasite control treatments
During your wellness visit, you will have the opportunity to provide additional testing and services your pet may need, such as:
- Blood tests
- Dental exam/treatment
- FIV testing (feline leukemia)
- Heartworm testing/treatment
- Parvovirus testing
- Spay and neuter surgery
Senior and Puppy Care
Senior pets often develop various age-related conditions, such as failing eyesight, mobility challenges, or loss of appetite. Regular wellness exams will support your beloved pet's health to ensure the quality of life for as long as possible.
New puppies or kittens must visit a veterinarian at about eight weeks of age. An early wellness checkup can reveal conditions that may need attention and establish a guide for his health that can be used for the duration of your pet’s life. If this is your first pet, you can receive tips on tooth brushing techniques, parasite control, and more.
Animal Hospital in Mesa
Our veterinarians will evaluate the health of your pet and offer treatment accordingly. For more information on our veterinary services or to schedule an appointment, call us at (480) 641-4141.