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Arizona Skies Animal Hospital is a full-service small animal hospital located on the northwest corner of Cave Creek and Lone Mountain Roads in Phoenix, Arizona. Our contact information is:
4532 E. Lone Mountain Road, Suite 102
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Office Phone: (480) 488-3400
Fax: (480) 488-2682
At Arizona Skies Animal Hospital, we'll only provide high-standard, loving care for your pet. Call and schedule a check-up today!
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call us at : (480) 488-3400
The best care for your best friend!
Michelle Thomson, Veterinary Assistant, gives birth to a baby girl!.
We strive to give your pet exceptional care.
Dr. Nelson celebrates her first anniversary as owner of Arizona Skies Animal Hospital. Thank you!
Dr. Nelson blogs regularly. She covers a variety of topics concerning the animal kingdom and veterinary care. You may subscribe by visiting www.drnelsonsveterinaryblog.com. On the left side are links to her posts.
After years of working as a relief veterinarian at many Arizona clinics including Animal Hospital at Tatum Ranch, Alta Vista, Pinnacle Peak and Sunburst Animal Hospitals, I was thrilled to purchase Arizona Skies Animal Hospital. While I enjoyed each of those experiences, owning this practice still affords me the opportunity to write books and speak, but most important, to establish the standard of care and environment for our patients.
Our mission at Arizona Skies Animal Hospital is to provide the best possible care for our patients while also keeping their stress low. It breaks my heart to see dogs and cats upset because they are at the vet's. To reduce stress, we provide behavioral enrichment such as a pheromone diffusers in the cat exam room, mats to prevent slipping on the examination table and birds who whistle and enthrall the bird dogs. We hope to see you and your dogs and cats soon!
-Kristen Nelson, DVM
Leptospirosis kills 2 dogs in Scottsdale, Arizona. More information: www.drnelsonsveterinaryblog.com/2016/04/leptospirosis-in-dogs/