Author Archives: Dr. Brandon Young

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update, May 15, 2022

Let’s keep pets and people healthy. At Companion Pet Clinic, the health, safety and well-being of our patients, our staff and our community is our #1 priority. We will continue to provide medical care for your pet in accordance with the guidance provided by the American Veterinary Medical Association, Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, and Center […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Flea and Tick Preventative

Vaccines, monthly heartworm, flea and tick and intestinal parasite protection

  Wellness/Preventative Care: Canine Vaccines: Dogs are administered Canine Distemper, Canine Adenovirus-2, Parvovirus and Parainfluenza (DAPP), in addition to Rabies and Bordatella. The initial DAPP vaccine is administered at 6-8 weeks of age and is repeated every 3 weeks until the patient is 16 weeks of age or older.  Adult dogs previously unvaccinated are administered two […]