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PET EMERGENCY RESOURCES


EAST VALLEY EMERGENCY CLINICS

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First Pet Vet  (various locations listed at website)

Chandler
480.732.0018
North Valley
623.849.0700
Mesa
480.924.1123


WEST VALLEY 
EMERGENCY ANIMAL CLINICS

13034 W Rancho Santa Fe Blvd, Ste 101
Avondale, AZ 85392
(623) 385-4555
(602) 995-3757
2260 W Glendale Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021 
Cross Streets: Near the intersection of W Glendale Ave and N 23rd Ave
Neighborhoods: Alhambra Phoenix, AZ, Central Phoenix Phoenix, AZ


Campus for Compassion
1521 W Dobbins Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85041
(602) 997-7586

Sunnyslope
9226 N 13th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85021
(602) 997-7585


IMPORTANT RESOURCE NUMBERS

ANIMAL POISON HOTLINE
1-888-232-8870 (Consultation Fee)

ASPCA ANIMAL POISON CONTROL CENTER
1-888-426-4435 (Consultation Fee)

ARIZONA HUMANE SOCIETY
1-602-997-7586

MARICOPA COUNTY ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL
1-602-506-7387

MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE OF ANIMAL CRUELTY INVESTIGATIVE UNIT
1-602-876-1681.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY (ANIMAL ON THE FREEWAY)
1-602-223-2000

PET TRAVEL EXPERT
1-877-411-FIDO

LOST AND FOUND


MISSING PET DETECTIVES: 480-751-9700 

ARIZONA PET LINE: 1-602-252-2727

A.S.P.C.A.: 1-602-273-6852
MISSING MUTTS: 1-480-898-8914


PET FOOD AND INDUSTRY

CONSUMER INFORMATION:

Pet Food Confusion! 


There are many questions and an abundance of mis-information about dog and cat food in today's competitive world. 
We've provided you with two important resources in regards to pet food, what to look for and read on the food packages, which foods are considered "higher quality" and which foods have been recalled.


AAFCO 


(Association of American Feed Control Officials) standards of pet food.)
http://petfood.aafco.org/ 
Which foods are considered "High Quality?"


PET FOOD RECALLS 
Save this link so you can get up-to date information on dog and cat food recalls. 

US FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
Stay up to date on pet food recalls!

http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary/SafetyHealth/RecallsWithdrawals/default.htm


PET POISON CONTROL 
HELP LINE





Pet Loss and Memorial

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