Small Animal Clinic

Small Animal Clinic Small animal veterinary clinic, Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association full service clinic , vaccinations, examinations, x-rays, dentals, surgery, laboratory/bloodwork, health certificates and Cat & Dog boarding
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AAHA small animal veterinary practice, veterinary clinic, veterinary hospital, animal hospital, boarding, kennel, dog & cat boarding, dentistry, dental x-rays, x-rays, laboratory, blood work, lab tests, vaccinations,medicine, internal medicine, wellness examinations, physical examinations, exams, surgery

Get out and get some sunshine.
04/12/2020
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Get out and get some sunshine.

#skateboarddog #behappy #datingstorytime #funny #dog

Hey!!!! All you kitty-lovers....
03/27/2020
Triina Merilo on TikTok

Hey!!!! All you kitty-lovers....

Poor Marble... 😂 #cats #catsoftiktok #tiktokcats #salsa #fyp #foryou

Yes, you can pet that dog!!!
03/27/2020
Moonpie on TikTok

Yes, you can pet that dog!!!

IB: @kayholleyy #petpov #petsoftiktok

Que bueno!
03/27/2020
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Que bueno!

When your kids stay up late on their phone and don’t want to wake up early to do chores 😂#dog#xyzbca#kidscomedy#myson#tenagerslife

Everybody gotta love this doggy- noggy!
03/27/2020
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Everybody gotta love this doggy- noggy!

No pants...no problem...🚫👖😎 #weekendvibes 👊🏻 @eggnogthebulldog on Instagram 😘 #foryoupage #tiktokpets #yummy #justinbieber

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03/26/2020

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Everyone can use a  Buddy” at work!
03/24/2020

Everyone can use a Buddy” at work!

03/22/2020

Small Animal Clinic has adjusted our clinic policy due to COVID-19 concerns.
As of March 21,2020 The practice will not allow entrance to the clinic.
If you are or have been sick Do Not present any of your pets personally. Please reschedule or make other arrangements.
We recommend to delay visits that are not urgent.
All Emergencies are referred to Arizona Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care, 86 W Juniper Ave, Gilbert, AZ.
We will see only scheduled appointments at this time.
We ask that clients remain in their vehicle with pet for scheduled appointments.
Please inform us Prior to appointment if you have traveled in last 2 weeks or have been subject to quarantine/isolation.
Please call the main clinic number upon your arrival.
One of the technical staff will take a medical history by phone.
All pets must be controlled by leash or be presented in a pet carrier.
A staff member will bring your pet inside.
Please respect social distancing so that we can continue to remain open.
Do not leave the parking lot during your pet’s appointment.
After the Dr. has examined your pet the Dr. or Tech will review & discuss exam findings.
Payment will be collected over phone. Please pay by credit card.
Prescriptions & diets may be picked up- please call ahead. Payment by credit card, please. Call when you arrive so we can get your items to you.
Thank you for your diligence in keeping our staff & yourselves healthy.
Dr. Thouvenelle & Staff

Start each day with a positive thought!
03/21/2020

Start each day with a positive thought!

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03/18/2020

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A little reminder for your day. 💖
03/14/2020

A little reminder for your day. 💖

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03/11/2020

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March is designated as Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. It’s important to note that spring and summer can be parti...
03/07/2020

March is designated as Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month. It’s important to note that spring and summer can be particularly hazardous times for pets with lawn and garden chemicals out. Be cautious, read directions carefully, and keep extra supplies out of reach and sealed tightly.

We hope you have a great day!
03/04/2020

We hope you have a great day!

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02/26/2020

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Today is Walking the Dog Day! Get out and get walking!
02/22/2020

Today is Walking the Dog Day! Get out and get walking!

Old dogs are amazing!
02/19/2020

Old dogs are amazing!

Today is National Seeing-Eye Dog Day! The purpose of this day is to celebrate these amazing pooches and their ability to...
01/29/2020

Today is National Seeing-Eye Dog Day! The purpose of this day is to celebrate these amazing pooches and their ability to enrich the lives of their owners. These dogs genuinely improve the quality of living for their owners.♥️

Are you a dog or a cat person? Or both?
01/25/2020

Are you a dog or a cat person? Or both?

January is Walk Your Dog Month! Get up, get moving and spend some quality time with your best friend.
01/22/2020

January is Walk Your Dog Month! Get up, get moving and spend some quality time with your best friend.

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01/19/2020

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Money could never buy that...unless it's another dog!
01/15/2020

Money could never buy that...unless it's another dog!

Would your good boy or girl stay? 😂😂
01/11/2020

Would your good boy or girl stay? 😂😂

Share this with a friend who would agree!
01/08/2020

Share this with a friend who would agree!

I did!
12/21/2019

I did!

Remember to unplug decorations while you're not around. Cats and other pets are often tempted to chew electrical cords!
12/18/2019

Remember to unplug decorations while you're not around. Cats and other pets are often tempted to chew electrical cords!

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12/15/2019

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Do you agree with this? 😂
12/11/2019

Do you agree with this? 😂

Ornament pieces and hooks can damage your pet’s stomach and intestines. Snow globes often contain toxic antifreeze, so c...
12/07/2019

Ornament pieces and hooks can damage your pet’s stomach and intestines. Snow globes often contain toxic antifreeze, so clean them up immediately if broken!

Let's all come together and help protect the world's wildlife!
12/04/2019

Let's all come together and help protect the world's wildlife!

Life advice from a dog!
11/30/2019

Life advice from a dog!

How does your dog make you feel better? Let us know in the comments below!
11/27/2019

How does your dog make you feel better? Let us know in the comments below!

Remember to keep the feast on the table—not under it!  Eating turkey or turkey skin – sometimes even a small amount – ca...
11/23/2019

Remember to keep the feast on the table—not under it! Eating turkey or turkey skin – sometimes even a small amount – can cause a life-threatening condition in pets known as pancreatitis. Fatty foods are hard for animals to digest, and many foods that are healthy for people are poisonous to pets – including onions, raisins and grapes.

Address

615 N Peart Rd
Casa Grande, AZ
85122

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:30
Thursday 08:00 - 17:30
Friday 08:00 - 17:30
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00

Telephone

(520) 836-0929

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Three in one, yea!!!
Maisey May is looking forward to boarding with you guys again soon!