Pellet therapy has been around since the 1930’s, and the FDA in 2008, gave its blessings to pharmaceutical companies to manufacture and distribute bio-identical testosterone pellets for therapy designed for human males and females, and it has become increasingly popular. Testosterone delivered by pellet implant, has been used to treat incontinence, urinary urgency and frequency. […]
Good teeth and gums are very important to the health of your pet. the average animal lives 2-3 years longer with healthy teeth than those with gingivitis and tartar. Bad teeth and gingivitis can lead to heart disease, kidney and liver failure, and many other diseases. 1. We recommend you try brushing your pet’s teeth […]
7311 E. Thomas Rd. / Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Dr. William J. Langhofer, DVM Phone: 480-945-8484 / Fax: 480-945-8766 Dr. Rowena D’Monte, DVM Hours: 7:00 A.M. – 11:00 P.M. / 7 Days a Week Dr. David Gosche, DVM Website: www.tsvcpets.com […]
These are a list of the things that the doctors at the Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic may recommend for back pain or back injury with your pet, this may also include disc injury. Many times with back injuries multiple medications are needed depending on the location and pain level of your pet. Many time your pet […]
Some of our clients prefer to make food for their pets. This is time consuming but if you have the time can be rewarding. This is also an alternative for pets that are finiky. These are basic guidelines and may need modification depeding on your pet’s medical conditions and dietary needs. Basic recipe for home […]
Arthritis Treatment Options from Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic Arthritis is a chronic, degenerative disease of the joints in which the body places bone around unstable or ‘wobbly’ joints. In a dog, the most commonly affected joints are the hips, shoulders, knees, elbows and spine. By the time your pet has reached 8 to 9 years old, there […]
This a list of things to help give your pet medications.
The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic DENTAL CARE RECOMMENDATIONS: Good teeth and gums are very important to the health of your pet, the average animal lives 2-3 years longer with healthy teeth, than those with gingivitis and tartar. Bad teeth and gingivitis can lead to heart disease, kidney and liver failure, and many other diseases. 1. We […]