Veterinary Medicine in Gilbert, AZ: When Your Pet Isn't Feeling Well, You Aren't Feeling Well
Any illness is worrisome when your pet is part of the family. Imagine enjoying a relationship with a veterinarian who knows you, your pet, and their history. Someone with broad knowledge of medical problems who can help you both feel better quickly, so you can get back to doing the things you enjoy together.
That's where a primary care veterinarian comes in. We consider all aspects of your pet's health and well-being and perform a thorough physical exam. We listen to your needs and make recommendations to diagnose and treat many medical conditions.
Working together with you, we create a clear plan you can execute with confidence. We follow up during and after treatment and monitor your pet's health on a long-term basis.
General Veterinary Medicine for Pets
Injuries and illnesses happen. Most can be resolved quickly by a primary care veterinarian focusing on general pet medicine. Our Gilbert veterinary hospital caters to proactive pet owners who value a close relationship with their pet's family vet.
A thorough medical history, head-to-tail exam, and basic testing are often all we need to diagnose and treat health concerns effectively—and cost-effectively. With a dual focus on expert, patient-centered care and clear communication with your family, our team will outline a plan that meets your pet's needs while taking your concerns into account.
General veterinary medicine includes problems such as:
- Non-specific symptoms like lethargy and lack of appetite
- Vomiting, diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal illnesses
- Coughing, sneezing, and other respiratory problems
- Itching, scratching, allergies and other skin problems
- Limping, weakness, and musculoskeletal pain
- Seizures and other neurological disorders
- Urinary and bladder problems
- Ear and eye problems
- Behavioral problems
Partner with Vet Specialists for the Best Results
You want only the best for your pet, and we want to provide the best veterinary care possible. Sometimes, this means recognizing when your pet needs more than a family veterinarian. When life-threatening emergencies, critical illness, or injuries requiring specialized surgery arise, we owe it to you and your pet to make a referral for specialty care.
Veterinary specialists provide the highest level of care in their area of expertise. We've spent the last two decades forming close working relationships with nearby specialists in many disciplines. When their help is needed, we work together as a team to restore your pet to health.
Call (480) 857-7234 to begin our relationship and discuss your pet's medical concerns today. We'll review your pet's history, perform a thorough physical, and start implementing a plan to restore them to good health.
I have seen three doctors at Priority Pet Hospital, and they have all been exceptionally kind, knowledgeable, and compassionate. This pet hospital is pretty far from where I live, but I’m never going anywhere else!
- Trine B.
Excellent care, concern and forward thinking treatments for a dog with many issues. Very grateful!
- Michael P.
This has to be one of the most professional, yet down to earth friendly staffs I've ever encountered. Whether your visit is for a happy or sad occasion, you'll receive an "at home" level of care with the utmost empathy. I love this team!!
- Kristine B.
I don't go anywhere else for my pet needs. Dr. Burns is amazing. She always takes time to listen and answers all me and my wife's questions.