Phone
480-635-1110
Emergency
480-497-0222
Arizona Veterinary Specialists
Leaders in Specialty Care

86 W. Juniper Avenue
Gilbert AZ, 85233
480-635-1110

The specialty practices within the Arizona Veterinary Specialty Center each operate individually and can be contacted using the details below.
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Arizona Veterinary Dental Specialists is the premier veterinary provider in dental care including oral cancer surgery, orthodontics, oral/facial trauma and advanced periodontal disease.
Specialty
Dentistry & Oral Surgery
Phone
480-635-1110 ext. 8
Fax
480-452-1584
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Our highly trained emergency veterinarians, technicians, and support staff are here for you any time of the day or night, 24/7.
Specialty
Emergency & Critical Care
Website
Phone
480-497-0222
Fax
480-497-9575
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Arizona Veterinary Oncology will work as a team with you, your pet, and your family veterinarian to offer excellent oncological care and ensure the best quality of life for your pet.
Specialty
Oncology
Phone
480-327-6690
Fax
480-892-0540
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At Desert Veterinary Medical Specialists, we are experts in cardiology, internal medicine and radiology for pets.
Specialty
Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Radiology
Phone
480-635-1110 ext. 7
Fax
480-892-0540
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Dermatology for Animals is fully equipped to take care of a wide range of pet dermatological issues.
Specialty
Dermatology
Phone
480-633-2277
Fax
480-635-1177
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Eye Care for Animals is dedicated to providing the finest in veterinary ophthalmology services with board certified ophthalmologists and clinical specialists provide the highest level of care, education, and understanding.
Specialty
Ophthalmology
Phone
480-635-1110 ext. 4
Fax
480-365-0680
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Southwest Veterinary Surgical Service, P.C. is a specialty referral surgical practice whose board-certified surgeons have over eighty years of combined surgical expertise, providing your pet with the highest quality surgical care.
Specialty
Surgical Care
Phone
480-635-1110 ext. 3
Fax
480-892-0540

Newsletters

Tooth resorption in dogs (TR) occurs in three primary patterns: internal resorption, idiopathic bony replacement resorption, and osteoclastic resorption as seen in feline patients. Read full newsletter.

At Arizona Veterinary Specialists, we often do pre-operative CTs for potential surgical cases to help determine 1) if surgery is possible and 2) to aid the surgeons in their surgical approach and so they can better prepare the client for prognosis and aftercare of their pet. Read full newsletter.