We are here Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. If you have an after-hours emergency, please call:
7861 N. US Hwy. 89
1054 E. Old Canyon Court
1359 E. Butler Ave
A WORD ABOUT HEARTWORM
If you plan on taking the day train to the Grand Canyon or any other day trip, boarding arrangements can be made with the Grand Canyon Railway & Hotel kennels. Their phone number is 928-635-4224. Please be sure your pet is up to date on it's vaccines and that you bring your vaccine records with you. Most boarding facilities are now requesting 6 month Bordetella vaccines. Please check with the facility prior to your trip.
TRAVELING TO NORTHERN ARIZONA? HERE ARE SOME THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
We want you to feel at home in our Clinic. Every one of us is a pet owner. We know how stressful having a sick pet can be.
Our experienced staff will provide the expert care your family deserves.
An honest estimate.
Have you ever been somewhere and they tell you one price but when you pick up your pet it is way beyond the original price quoted? Yeah, so have we. That's why our surgical and treatment estimates are our word. Nobody likes surprises.
Bring a simple pet first aid kit with you for the road as well as all pet medications, and previous veterinary records. You can find basic first aid kits online at a reasonable price. Please do not use aspirin with your pet. There are many safer alternatives made for dogs.
The Foxtail weed is found predominantly in the Western States. The barbed-like top can become imbedded in between toes, ears, noses, etc. Signs your pet may have one include licking paws, red pustules between paws, suddenly shaking head, or sneezing violently. For more information, please click here.
Our elevation is 6500 and in some areas more. If you dog has a pre-existing heart or lung condition, please talk to your veterinarian prior to travel. Higher elevations can sometimes cause pre-existing or undiagnosed heart and lung issues conditions to worsen.
When hiking with your dog, please be aware of your surroundings. We are home to many types of wildlife, including porcupine, skunk, coyote, javelina, elk, pronghorn, free-range cattle, snakes, and prairie dogs. Also, use caution when taking your pet into the surrounding lakes. Fishermen can sometimes leave hooks. Also, please remember, when visiting the Grand Canyon, don't approach or harass wildlife. We have heard of several tourists getting charged by Bull Elk because they got too close Stay safe and view all wildlife at a distance.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
Williams Veterinary Clinic
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We are thrilled you are coming to see the beauty of Northern Arizona! With endless views, there is always something to do here. Here are a couple of things to consider when bringing pets with you.
We have heartworms in Northern Arizona. Our clinic is up to 19 positive cases in the last 7 years. Please protect your pet and have them on heartworm prevention. If you don't currently have them on prevention, ask about our heartworm specials. To learn more about heartworm, click on the highlighted red link above and chose pet owner resources from the menu.
We also accept cash and offer a 5% discount on any services over $200.00
We ask that you leave firearms locked safely in your vehicle while visiting us. Thank you!
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