Dog & Cat Repair

7520 S. Rural Rd. Ste. A-1
Tempe, AZ 85283

(480)345-9846

www.dogandcatrepair.com

We strive to offer

Optimal Veterinary Care

for your beloved

Friend!

Now Offering Pulsevet Shock Wave Therapy - Click HERE to Learn More!

 

 

Our Promise to You

We will make sure your furry friend's stay with us is a happy and comfortable experience.

We will take care of your pet and their needs as if they were our own.

 

 



IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY

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480-345-9846

 

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PulseVet System

 

We are very proud to announce adding PulseVet System to our services.. the most studied shock wave system in veterinary medicine, it's used to treat many cases as:

  • Osteoarthritis (shoulder/hip/elbow)
  • Tendon/ligament injuries (shoulder/stifle/carpus/tarsus)
  • Back pain.
  • Bone fractures (non-union/delayed/non-surgical)
  • Post-surgical inflammation.
  • Wounds/lick granulomas.

 

How does the PulseVet system work?

The high energy sound waves penetrate deep into affected areas, stimulating cells and releasing healing growth factors that can:

  • Reduce inflammation and swelling.
  • Increase blood flow.
  • Help bones form and heal.
  • Enhance wound healing.

Only 1-3 treatments needed for optimal results.

 

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