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About Companion Pet Clinic!

Companion Pet Clinic of North Phoenix was established in 1990 by Dr. Pat Campanile with the goal of providing the finest in veterinary care to our patients and kindness and consideration to their owners. Dr. Brandon Young joined Companion Pet Clinic in April of 2013 and partnered with Dr. Campanile in January of 2015.

Our Services

We are pleased to offer you the latest in diagnostic services, treatment modalities and veterinary care.
Laboratory Services

Laboratory Services

A fully equipped on-site laboratory (fluid, blood, fecal, cytology) for quick and informative results.

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Laser Therapy

Alleviates pain, inflammation, swelling and stimulates nerve regeneration and cells involved in tissue repair.

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Pet Rescue and Adoption

Pet Rescue and Adoption

We are associated with various pet welfare groups that aid in the care and adoption of hundreds of pets.

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Pet Pharmacy and Nutriton

Pet Pharmacy & Nutrition

We provide fully stocked in-house pharmacy and diets by Royal Canin and Hills Science diet.

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Surgery

Surgical Procedures

Routine spay, neuter and de-claws in addition to soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.

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Preventative Medicine and Wellness

Preventative Medicine

Helping limit the transmission of disease, preventing illness and improving quality of life.

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Diagnostic Imaging

Available on site digital x-rays and ultrasound availability, invaluable diagnostic tools.

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Dental Care

An estimated 80% of all pets have oral disease. Regular dental cleanings can help minimize this.

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Client Center

What to expect at Companion Pet Clinic.

We look forward to meeting you!

In order to ease your visit we want to give you the best information we can to enhance your experience.
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Patient registration and consent forms

Online forms are made available at your convenience to expedite the check-in process.
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Flexible payment options available

Our office is proud to accept CareCredit, "the credit card just for healthcare."
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Client education library

Information reviewing the most common diseases and treatment in companion animals.
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Our Veterinarians

Drs. Young and Campanile posses complementary backgrounds and skills, share common veterinary healthcare goals and exercise concerted physical and mental effort in assessing, diagnosing and treating Companion Pet Clinics furry little patients.

Testimonials

Check out what our furry little friends are saying about us!

From the Blog

Articles for pet lovers
Heat Stroke

Heat stroke, It’s getting hot out!

Heat stroke is an increase in body temperature caused by environmental conditions. Hyperthermia may be a life-threatening condition, and does require immediate treatment. A dog’s normal body temperature is 101.5°F plus or minus 1 degree Fahrenheit, and any time the body temperature is higher than 105°F, a true emergency exists. Heatstroke generally occurs in hot […]

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Arthritis treatment with Companion Laser Therapy

Arthritis package promotion

  Reluctance to move, stiffness, difficulty climbing stairs, getting into the car or on the bed or sofa may be signs of arthritis. At Companion Pet Clinic we can help! Treatment for arthritis can markedly improve quality of life and slow down the progression of the disease   Signs of arthritis include: Reluctance to take […]

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Heartgard, NexGard

Heartgard/NexGard savings!

  Heartgard (Heartworm preventative): Helps prevent heartworm infection in your dog Kills heartworm larvae, roundworms and hookworms Easy-to-give—most dogs eat it right out of your hand Give one each month, year-round Helps avoid the cost of treating heartworm disease and the risk of possible death from the disease   NexGard for dogs (Flea and Tick […]

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Spay and neuter of cats and dogs

  Affordable spay and neuter packages available! At Companion Pet Clinic we recommend spaying cats and dogs before the first heat cycle. This can help reduce the risk of certain types of cancers of the reproductive system like uterine, ovarian and mammary cancer. In addition unspayed female cats and dogs have a far greater chance of […]

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