at 1010 W St Mary'S Rd, Tucson, 85745 United States
Family owned and operated full service Veterinary Clinic.
When you bring your cat or dog to St. Mary’s Animal Clinic, you’ll be joining our family that has been in practice in the same location since 1977. We are part of your neighborhood, and we strive to provide your pets with veterinary care in a friendly, family-like atmosphere. Our staff is well trained and eager to assist you and your family with your veterinary needs.
Sun Tran runs down St Marys Rd.
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SEPTEMBER IS SENIOR WELLNESS MONTH Preventing disease is much easier (and less expensive!) than treating disease. Even if your pet seems healthy and has no apparent symptoms, there may be an underlying issue. By having your pet examined and running bloodwork, you are helping catch and treat any signs of disease early on for better chances of successful treatment. Receive 20% off exam, bloodwork and urinalysis during the month of September!! Call us to schedule!!!
SPRING IS HERE!!! AND SO IS THE HEAT!!! What Are The Signs Of Heat Stroke In Pets? Just think if you were not able to shed your winter jacket on a hot Tucson day. Dogs and cats don't have it easy when it comes to staying cool..... Recognizing the signs of heatstroke will allow for prompt treatment; and time is of the essence. Signs/Symptoms of heat stroke include (but are not limited to): high body temperatures of above 104 degrees excessive panting pale or dry tongue and gums stumbling, unsteady gate seizures bloody diarrhea or vomiting coma, unresponsive death :( Please, if possible keep your pets inside as our desert home heats up and be sure that they have plenty of water available as well!!!
Thank you to everyone at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson who took care of Keisha Fender! The Fender family is greatly appreciative of your compassion and love for our four legged family members!!!!!
Thank you to all who sent us pics of your furry family! Their pictures are now featured on our website! Feel free to send us any cute pictures at any time!
We would love to update our website with some cute pictures of our wonderful patients! Please send us a picture or two that you wouldn't mind us share on our website. Please send them to our email email@example.com
Happy Holidays to you and your furry loved ones!!!! ~St Mary's Staff
For the upcoming holiday festivities please remember to keep your pets safe and as stress free as possible! Our hours of business over the next couple weeks are our regular hours with the exception of: December 25th closed all day December 31st we are open 7am-3pm January 1st closed all day If you should need emergency care during the time we are away please call VSCOT at 520-795-9955 or SAVES at 520-888-3177 If you need refills on medication over the holidays please plan accordingly!! Happy Holidays everyone!
6 tips to remember over the holidays!!! 1. Bones!! Turkey bones can splinter and, if swallowed, can cause internal damage. 2. Thanksgiving meals can be high in fat. Your pets can not digest a high fat meal as easily as humans. Feeding your pet to many scraps could cause him/her to have an upset stomach, diarrhea or even vomiting. In severe cases they may end up with pancreatitis 3. Please don't feed your pets caffeine, chocolate, grapes, onions, raisins, xylitol and alcohol. Please be cautious when feeding your pets any foods meant for human consumption. 4. Herbs found in stuffing, like sage, can cause gastric distress and central nervous system depression. Please avoid those big brown eyes begging for left overs, it could cause discomfort later! 5. Make sure all of your garbage is in a secure place where your pets can not get into it. Lots of things we prepare on thanksgiving come with strings and plastic wrapping, these things can cause illness if consumed. 6. Finally, If you have a pet that is sensitive to loud noises and crowds, provide your pet with a safe and quiet place to relax and feel secure. Too much stress can lead to gastrointestinal upset as well Happy Thanksgiving!!!