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Scottsdale Cat Clinic- the best in the West!

Introducing this weeks Featured Veterinary Clinic! Scottsdale Cat Clinic recently joined Az Pet Professionals as official members of our network group. We are excited for cat owners in Scottsdale to learn more about such an upstanding veterinary clinic..... just for our feline family!


For business hours, location, and more, please visit our Business Website: http://www.scottsdalecatclinic.com/ 




Scottsdale Cat Clinic.... 

Was designed with cats in mind. From the moment you enter the clinic you will feel a calm atmosphere and speak to trained and educated staff that are specially trained to deal with cats. 
Many cat owners decline feline annual examinations due to the stress it can put on their cat. SCC understands better how to work with cats and helps educate their clients even before their cat's appointment to make things less stressful to the owner and the patient. 

Meet Dr. Judy Karnia, owner of Scottsdale Cat Clinic. 

Dr. Karnia has been a practicing veterinarian since 1994. Originally from the Midwest, Dr. Karnia and her husband, Scott Hermanson, Client Service Representative and all around handy man at the clinic, fell in love with our state and officially made it home in Scottsdale. 
Dr. Karnia enjoys hiking, running, marathons, jazz music and art galleries on her days off. 
Dr. Karnia and one of her special feline friends
Please take a tour of SCC here: Tour 

Tour our gorgeous practice!

Scottsdale Cat Clinic employs specially trained veterinary assistants and technicians as well as an Associate Veterinarian, Dr. Mya Bellapianta. Their trained staff specializes in working with cats.

Trained Technicians and Assistants
continue learning up to date feline practices
Meet Kristina!
Call us!
Business Phone: 480-970-1175

Kristina has been a part of Scottsdale Cat Clinic since 2011. While Kristina loves a good chin rub, don't try to pick her up! Kristina prefers to keep her feet on the ground!

Scottsdale Cat Clinic is proud to be member's of several prestigious organizations. 


Read more about being a "Cat Friendly" Practice here:


Thank you Scottsdale Cat Clinic for providing our cat owners with a comfortable, calm, feline only practice! 








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