Here is a list of some of our most frequently asked questions. Can’t find the solution you’re looking for? Please Contact Us directly.
What Forms of Payment Are Accepted?
For your convenience Northwest Pet Clinic accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks, CareCredit, and pet insurance (ask one of our staff about how you can enroll). Payment of hospital fees is expected at the time your pet goes home.
We do our best to keep services as affordable as possible. Please do not hesitate to ask in advance about the anticipated cost of care for your pet.
My Pet is Scheduled for a Dental or Surgery. What Should I Know?
Patients requiring anesthetic procedures (e.g., surgery or dentistry) should not have any food after 10:00 p.m. Water can be made available during the night but should be taken up by 6:00 a.m. All pets admitted into the hospital must have current vaccinations. Necessary vaccinations can be updated while they are in the hospital.
For scheduled surgeries, dental cleanings and in-patient medical treatments, we ask that you bring your pet between 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. on the morning of the procedure.
Where Are You Located?
We are on the northeast corner of Ina and Oracle in the 2 story tan building next to Brakemasters across the street from the Safeway plaza.
La Canada Location: We are located on the west side of La Canada between Orange Grove and Ina (next door to the Animal Inn).
What Are Your Examination Fees?
Our Examination fees vary. Scheduled, non-work in appointment examinations are $55.
Are You Open On The Weekends?
Yes! We have hours available at our Ina Rd. location both on Saturdays and Sundays. We are open from 8 am to 5 pm both days. During these hours we have availability for both appointments and Urgent Care visits. This is just one more way we do what we can to best serve our clients and patients.
Should I Bring Anything At the Time Of My Vaccine Appointment?
Our doctors and the Center for Disease Control recommend providing us with a fecal sample to check yearly for intestinal parasites. Certain types of parasites can also be transmitted from dogs and cats to humans.
Should My Pet Be On Heartworm Preventative?
Our doctors do recommend having your pet on a preventative. We provide Interceptor; this medicine provides protection against heartworm, roundworm, hookworm, and whipworms. The amount of heartworm disease cases grows more each year in Tucson and around the country. It is less expensive to prevent Transmission of heartworm disease than it is to treat it. The Transmission of heartworm occurs by a mosquito bite.
What Makes Northwest Pet Clinic Different From Other Practices?
Along with providing preventative care, Northwest Pet Clinic offers a vast array of services including Urgent Care Services, Behavioral Therapy Services, Companion Animal Rehabilitation Services, Hospice and Home Health Services and so much more!