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  • Comprehensive Veterinary Care in Tucson

    At Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital, we provide a comprehensive range of veterinary services and go above and beyond to ensure your pets get the quality care they deserve.

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  • Meeting All Your Pets' Health Care Needs

    Our team offers all the core veterinary services your pet needs to stay healthy, from wellness exams and vaccinations, to dental care, internal medicine, and geriatrics.

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Welcome to Our Tucson Veterinary Clinic

Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital is a full-service vet clinic serving Tucson and its surrounding areas.

From preventive care to surgery, our broad and varied service offering can meet all of your pet’s health needs in one place.

We look after the companion animals of Tucson and have earned a reputation for providing high-quality, professional care with a compassionate touch over the years.

We will treat your pet as if it were our own, whether you are bringing it in for the first time or have been relying on our veterinary team for years.

About Our Hospital

Wellness Exams, vet clinic Tucson

Wellness Exams

Our veterinarians at Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital focus on preventative care for your dog or cat during routine exams. Regular examinations for pets help to ensure their well-being by serving as preventative health care.

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Vaccinations & Preventions, vet clinic Tucson

Vaccinations & Prevention

When it comes to diseases and parasites, our Tucson vets can help.

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Dental Care, vet clinic Tucson

Dental Care

The dental care and surgery provided by Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital veterinarians include preventive, restorative, and surgical care for cats and dogs.

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Soft Tissue Surgery, vet clinic Tucson

Soft Tissue Surgery

Pets with ear, nose, and throat issues can benefit from soft tissue surgery performed by our veterinarians.

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Spaying/Neutering at Our Veterinary Clinic in Tucson

Spaying or neutering a cat or a dog helps to keep them healthy and prolongs their lives.

Spaying and neutering also help prevent unwanted behaviors in your dog or cat, such as aggression, howling, scooting, roaming (especially with male dogs), and territory marking.

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  • I wanted to personally thank Noreen and Dr. Phillips for their responsiveness to me when I brought in my sickly female Siamese. Just the fact that they took some time for us during a busy holiday weekend and were able to help her feel better. They were so compassionate and helped relieve my stress as well. Again, thank you!!
    Gloria W.

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Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy

Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital veterinarians use cold laser treatment on dogs and cats to treat painful inflammatory conditions without resorting to surgery.

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Geriatric care, animal hospital Tucson

Geriatric care

All of our Tucson veterinarians are skilled in caring for cats and dogs as they age.

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Core Services

Radiographs, vet clinic Tucson

Radiographs

Digital X-rays allow us to peer inside your pet's body and see details that would otherwise be hidden from view.

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Puppies and Kittens, vet clinic Tucson

Puppies & Kittens

With our Tucson veterinarians, your puppy or kitten will receive the best veterinary care possible during their critical first year of life.

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Tips & Advice From Our Tucson Vets

Our informative blogs feature helpful tips and advice from our Tucson vets that will help you keep your pets healthy and happy, whether you're looking for advice on parasite protection or information on common pet illnesses.

When do kittens open their eyes?

When do kittens open their eyes?

If you have a newborn kitten you likely have lots of questions about caring for your tiny bundle of fur. In this post our Tucson vets provide helpful information about when newborn kittens open their eyes and other tips about their early development.

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Anemia in Cats: Types & Treatment

Anemia in Cats: Types & Treatment

Anemia affects the blood and hemoglobin in every animal's body including humans and cats. Our Tucson vets discuss what exactly anemia in cats is, what the different types are and how it can be treated.

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What should I do if my dog has a fever?

What should I do if my dog has a fever?

Knowing whether or not your dog has a fever can be challenging. Below, our Tucson vets explain how to detect a fever in dogs, what could be causing your pup's fever, signs of fever in dogs and what to do to help bring your pup's fever down.

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Your Dog's Risk of Catching Rabies After Vaccination

Your Dog's Risk of Catching Rabies After Vaccination

Although the chances of a vaccinated dog contracting rabies are very low, a rabies vaccination does not guarantee 100% protection. In today's post, our vets at Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital discuss rabies and what to do if you suspect your dog might have been exposed. 

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New Patients Welcome

Cortaro Farms Pet Hospital is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Tucson companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.

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