To help you find the best dog for your family our Cave Creek vets are sharing 10 of our favorite dog breeds that are great with kids including their weight and energy level, so you can find the one that will make a perfect addition to your home.
Meeting Your Pet's Healthcare Needs
Our veterinary team offers your pet's the core veterinary services they need to maintain their health, such as wellness exams, parasite prevention, vaccinations and dental care.
Breeding & Nutritional Consulting Services
At Animal Health Services, our knowledgeable vets can give you insight and advice about breeding pure-bred cats and dogs and on your pet's nutritional requirements. We are here to help.
Now Welcoming New Patients
At Animal Health Services, we are happy to add new adorable patients to our Cave Creek family. We accept cats and dogs as well as exotic pets. We look forward to meeting you.
Welcome to Our Cave Creek Animal Hospital
At Animal Health Services we are a full-service animal hospital that offers comprehensive veterinary services for cats, dogs, and exotic pets in Cave Creek and beyond.
From preventive care and surgery to diagnostics and dental care, our diverse and varied offering of services can meet all of your pet’s unique healthcare requirements in one convenient place.
We treat the companion animals of Cave Creek with compassion and care. And over the last 25+ years, we have established a reputation for offering quality care and friendly service.
Our experienced team of vets in Cave Creek is happy to meet the standards of veterinary excellence appointed by the American Animal Hospital Association!
Your pet's dental care is a critical part of their overall health. Help keep their smiles white and healthy.
Prevent common illnesses and parasitic conditions from developing in the first place with preventive care.
Maintain your pet's health and catch any emerging conditions early when they are easier to treat.
In-House Lab & Diagnostics
Our vets in Cave Creek use the tools from our in-house lab to catch arising conditions quickly to give you swift treatment options.
Most common veterinary illnesses, conditions, and diseases are easier to treat when they are found early. At our Cave Creek animal hospital, we have an in-house diagnostics laboratory that provides us with what we need to provide you with an accurate diagnosis to start treatment as early as possible.
I have been a client of Animal Health Services for many years now. They have assisted us through all manner of pet issues including snake bites, cancer, surgeries, and regular wellness checks. Their professional and caring staff is what makes this clinic special. They show such compassion for the clients and the pets during difficult times. They are always happy to see our pets come in even if it is just a visit to purchase food. For us, there is no other clinic we trust our pets to.
We have a certified pet aesthetician on staff who offers grooming, spa, and dermatology services for your pets.
Our vets are able to care for and treat a range of legally owned birds and small mammals such as parrots, rats, guinea pigs, canaries, and more.
We offer alternative therapies such as acupuncture and laser therapy that work best in combination with traditional treatments like medications.
The health of senior pets needs a higher level of care to keep them happy and comfortable in their golden years. We'll be happy to help.
Pet Care Tips & Advice
Our Cave Creek vets have an informative blog that provides you with the tips and advice you may need to keep your beloved pets happy and healthy such as advice on parasite prevention and information on common pet illnesses. Read our blog today!
Cats can sometimes hurt themselves during their everyday activities. It doesn't matter if they are an outdoor cat or an indoor cat, they are very active creatures and can start limping for countless reasons. In this blog, our Cave Creek vets discuss reasons why your cat could be limping all of a sudden, how you can help them, and when you should take your kitty to the vet.
Ear infections are something our vets often see in dogs, especially in ones with big floppy ears. Luckily, if ear infections in pups are found early they are generally easy to treat. In this blog, our Cave Creek vets discuss the signs of ear infections you should look out for and what could happen if they aren't treated quickly.