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Resources

Caring for pets can be a full time (and fulfilling) job. Here are some additional resources that may be helpful for you and your pet.

Pet Insurance
Pet health insurance can help you to more easily afford your pet’s health care. Pet insurance companies allow you to be reimbursed for veterinary expenses, while receiving quality health care at the veterinarian of your choice. Every pet insurance company offers different types of policies. These are some of the types of veterinary visits that pet health insurance may reimburse you for:

  • Wellness care
  • Office visits
  • Lab Fees
  • Prescriptions
  • Illnesses
  • Surgery
  • Cancer Treatment
  • Accidents & Emergencies

Some pet health insurances cover wellness care, while others will only cover accident or illness. Please spend time looking at different insurance companies to learn about their specific coverage policies, to determine which policy is best for you and your pets. We recommend the following websites when researching your pet insurance options.

Pet Insurance Review
www.petinsurancereview.com

Pets Best Pet Insurance
www.petsbest.com

Nationwide Pet Insurance
www.petinsurance.com

Trupanion Pet Insurance
www.trupanion.com


Behavioral Training

Proper behavioral training can be very beneficial for many pets. Overcoming separation anxiety, excessive barking or refusing to come when called, and potty training are just some of the benefits for dogs. Cats can be helped with scratching, litter box and training issues as well. In order to obtain long lasting success, training should include patience and understanding, praise, and positive reinforcement.

We recommend the following local trainers:
Bark Busters
(877) 500-BARK

Dr. Kelly Moffat - Veterinary Behaviorist Specialist: (480) 833-7330
www.drmoffat.com

Lorenzo's Dog Training Team: (866) 436-4959
www.lorenzosdogtrainingteam.com


Poison Control
National Animal Poison Control Center: (888) 426-4435

Pet Poison Helpline: (800) 213-6680


Associations & Licensing

MCACC License Renewal

Arizona Humane Society

Arizona Veterinary Medical Association

ASPCA

American Animal Hospital Association

Pets 911

Prescription Diets
Hills
Royal Canin


Boarding

Bell Ridge Animal Hospital, Boarding & Grooming – member of the AZ Pet Vet family
3539 W. Bell Road, Suite 4
Phoenix, AZ 85053
(602) 938-1982

Pete & Mac’s
Avondale, AZ
(623) 536-2303
www.petemac.com


Reptiles, Pocket Pets, Avian/Birds

We know that pets come in all shapes and sizes, and within our family of animal hospitals our veterinarians see a variety of animals! From rabbits to guinea pigs, ferrets, pocket pets and birds, our family of hospitals can treat your special pet or refer you to the right place. At North Buckeye Animal Hospital & Grooming, we see some species of pocket pets and reptiles - see the list below for our commonly seen exotics:

• Ferrets
• Rabbits
• Guinea pigs
• Lizards
• Snakes
• Turtles
• Tortoises
• Chinchillas
• Hedgehogs
• Hamsters
• Gerbils
• Rats
• Mice
• Sugar Gliders
If you don't see your pet on the list, give us a call and we can provide you with a referral. Click HERE to learn more.

 

AZ Pet Rescue Groups
Arizona Dog Rescue Groups
Adopt A Pet
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control


Invididual Rescue Organizations
Sun Valley Animal Shelter
Arizona Pug Rescue
Rescue a Golden
HALO Animal Shelter
Petfinder Foundation
Arizona Animal Welfare League
Arizona RESCUE
Special needs cats
Arizona Basset Hound Rescue
Arizona Labrador and Giant Breed Rescue
Boxer Luv Rescue
AZ Small Dog Rescue
Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue
Four Peaks Animal Rescue
Rescue Centers
Benji’s Buddies Animal Rescue
Friends for Life
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary
Hugs for Homeless Animals
Adopt a Pet
Wiz Ranch Sanctuary


Pet Health Topics
Pet Diabetes
VeterinaryPartner.com
Washington State University Pet Health Topics
The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary Behaviorists


Cat Health Topics
American Association of Feline Practitioners
Cornell Feline Health Center
Feline Chronic Renal Failure


Pet Loss
The loss of a pet can be just as difficult as the loss of any other family member or close friend. Our pets give us unconditional love and trust, and become a very integral part of our family. The bond between a pet and human can be very deep. This bond makes the grieving process very important and sometimes very challenging. We want to help ease your pain during this difficult time and recommend the following resources to help you grieve the loss of your pet.

Petloss.com Grief Support
www.petloss.com

Pet Loss Support
www.pet-loss.net

Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
www.aplb.org

Rainbows Bridge
www.rainbowsbridge.com





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North Buckeye Animal Hospital & Grooming

1480 S. Watson Rd., #102
Buckeye, AZ 85326
(623) 691-6305
Open 7 Days a Week
7:30am-7pm Monday thru Friday
8am-6pm Saturday and Sunday