Low-Cost Spay and Neuter Programs

Eleven puppies on a blue couch

Pet ownership can be expensive. Cost doesn’t make wellness care any less important, though. Low-cost spay and neuter programs are a big part of what we do here at Sky Canyon Animal Hospital. Keep reading to learn more.

Cost to Spay a Cat or Dog in California

Spay and neuter is a routine procedure for pets, but that doesn’t make them simple. A lot goes into “fixing” an animal. A spay or neuter procedure typically includes:

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Ring In the New Year With a Smart Pet Collar

A man cycling with his dog.

Did you know smart pet collars serve as a kind of Fitbit for our animals? For pet owners who also enjoy technology, it’s reassuring that activity trackers are available. Not only can you monitor what your pet is up to and where, but investing in a smart pet collar can even impact overall health and safety. 

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Does It Work? A Guide to Cold Laser Therapy for Pets

A dog wearing goggles.

No animal should have to endure pain, especially if we can treat it. Whether you have a pet that deals with chronic pain and inflammation, or is in a post-op recovery, cold laser therapy can help. Both non-invasive and highly effective, cold laser therapy for pets can be used alone or in conjunction with medication or other therapies to deliver fast results. 

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What Is Cold Laser Therapy for Dogs All About?

A dog gets cold laser therapy on his knee

As loving pet owners, we are always looking out for the newest and best options in pet care. Anything that we can do to help our animals is on the radar and more and more options exist all the time.

You may have heard some chatter about cold laser therapy for dogs and wondering what it is and whether there is cold laser therapy for dogs near you. Look no further, Sky Canyon Animal Hospital has you covered. 

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Asthma in Cats: What You Need to Know

A tabby cat sneezing into a tissue.

Most cat owners are painfully familiar with hairballs. An occasional sight of a cat hunching over, making wheezing sounds, and coughing up an elongated pile of stomach bile and fur isn’t always a cause for concern, but breathing difficulty is definitely alarming. Asthma in cats can sneak up on owners, so it’s best to be prepared for what it looks like and when it requires you to seek help.

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10 Easy-to-keep New Year’s Resolutions for Your Pets

Dogs celebrating new years

Resolve to make 2022 your pet’s healthiest, happiest year yet with these tips from your friends at Sky Canyon Animal Hospital.

1. Start the New Year Off With a Clean Bill of Health 

Make sure your pet starts the new year off on the right paw with a wellness appointment that includes a thorough physical exam and recommendations for appropriate vaccines and parasite prevention.

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Understanding and Enforcing Holiday Pet Safety Measures

Dog having a safe holiday.

It might seem a bit odd to have rules during the most wonderful time of the year, but without certain guard rails in place, risks to pet health skyrocket. With the influx of strangers around, indulgent foods in abundance, and attractive, dangling objects on display, pet emergencies are bound to happen around the holidays. The good news is that you can guard against them with our tips for ultimate holiday pet safety. 

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The Short and Sweet on Diabetes in Cats

Cat diabetes.

Perhaps one of the more common conditions we diagnose at Sky Canyon Animal Hospital, diabetes in cats is something that feline lovers should be aware of. Knowing what signs to look for and when to bring your cat to see us is paramount to dealing with a disease that is often quite manageable. 

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Why is My Dog Reverse Sneezing?

Dog sneezing.

Your dog probably makes a lot of noises. From yips and yaps to snorts and growls, the canine species can be pretty noisy. Reverse sneezing in dogs, though, can be a little disconcerting and make even the most seasoned pup parent wonder what’s happening. Sky Canyon Animal Hospital has the information you need, though, to sort out the reverse sneeze. 

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