• How Safe is Your Dog’s Food?

    Over the last several years, numerous dog food brands and treats have been recalled for chemical contamination or Salmonella. This last summer many dog food brands were recalled due to Salmonella; all were manufactured in a Diamond Pet Foods plant in Gaston, South Carolina, USA. This plant makes many

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  • A Guide to Pet Nutrition

    In 2007, several million bags of pet food were recalled in the United States due to contamination. Though some of the recalls were done by the manufacturers voluntarily to "be safe," some of the recalled food was found to have contaminated vegetable proteins. Several pets unfortunately died, and even

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  • Captive Reptiles May Have Nutritional Deficiency

    Pet owners keeping reptiles in captivity as household pets may sometimes find that their pets have a nutritional deficiency. Metabolic bone disease is "the most common nutritional deficiency affecting captive reptiles," advises veterinarian Fredrick L. Frye in Reptile Care: An Atlas of Diseases and Treatments.

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  • Managing Food Allergies with an Elimination Diet

    Food allergies are the third most common allergy that affects dogs and cats, outranked only by fleabites and inhaled allergens (e.g., pollen). Allergies to common food ingredients are also on the rise and now account for at least 30% of all allergy cases. Unfortunately for many pets, the most common

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  • Pet Food Safety Measures to Avoid Health Complications

    Foods with inadequate nutrition, stored improperly or not handled safely can present problems for you and your pet. Making the right choices for the right pet will give your pet the best chance at optimum wellness. You'll have peace of mind and know your pet will receive the best health value possible.

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  • Pet Weight Critical to Wellness of Cats and Dogs

    The Association of Pet Obesity Prevention advises that pets are suffering from epidemic obesity and it is preventable. Obese or overweight animals weigh in at nearly sixty-percent for cats and nearly fifty-percent for dogs. The number is constantly increasing and causing health conditions and physical

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  • Why Pet Nutrition Matters

    With more than half of all dogs and cats overweight or obese, pets are increasingly at risk for a number of chronic health problems, according to the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). An appropriate, balanced diet can make a significant difference for a pet’s overall health, reducing the

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  • Nutrition Terms

    As pets have become more important to their owners, what the pets are fed has become more important as well. Most pet owners are concerned about the quality and nutrition level of the food they are feeding their furry family members. There are now hundreds of pet foods available to the consumer. How

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  • Reading Pet Food Labels

    When you visit the grocery or pet store, you can find hundreds, if not thousands, of kinds of dog and cat foods. The advertisements and marketing materials for each claims their food is the best. How can you decide what food to feed to your pet? Dedicated pet owners will attempt to read labels to help

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  • When Your Pet's Food Is Recalled

    According to government regulatory agencies, there are three types of pet food recalls that can be issued. Recalls can be conducted by a company or brand, by request from the regulatory agencies, or by order from the government agency. When your pet's food has been recalled, you'll want to contact your

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  • What is in Your Pets' Food?

    Every day we are besieged with pet food advertisements, in magazines, newspapers and on television. Tens, if not hundreds, of millions of dollars are spent per year trying to convince us that their pet food is the best. Who to believe? What is really in pet food? Is the pet food label helpful? A Chapman

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  • Why Your Guinea Pig Needs Vitamin C But Your Dog Doesn't

    We all need to eat a complete and balanced diet. We feed our dogs and cats food developed by companies that study their nutritional needs, but if you study the list of ingredients, Vitamin C is not listed. When we prepare our own meals, we have to make sure we consume a source of Vitamin C such as orange

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  • Pet Food Allergies? The Rules for a Pet Food Trial Have Changed

    Food allergies are common in dogs and cats. It usually manifests as itchy skin, chronic vomiting, or diarrhea. If you suspect that your pet may have a food allergy, you will need to investigate by performing a food trial. There are no intradermal skin tests or blood tests that are valid for determining

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  • Obesity in Dogs

    Obesity is on the rise, and not just for humans. Dogs are increasingly overweight and even obese. In the United States, an estimated 43 million dogs are overweight or obese - that’s over half of all dogs! And it is not just dogs in the United States that need to lose a few pounds - canine obesity is

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  • Foods to Avoid for Pets on Low Sodium Diets

    Pets afflicted with heart failure or high blood pressure should not be fed salty foods, as they cause fluid to be retained in the body and make it harder for the heart to work. They also can lead to fluid developing in the lungs (pulmonary edema). Most commercial dog foods have a decent level of sodium,

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  • Food Allergies

    Food allergies occasionally occur in dogs and cats. They usually manifest themselves as itchy skin, ear infections, chronic vomiting, or diarrhea. If you suspect that your pet may have a food allergy, you can investigate by performing a food trial. There are three rules for a food trial: 1. Pick a new

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Phoenix Veterinary Internal Medicine Services is a completely mobile specialty practice.

As such, we have a business office, but we do not have a clinic. All cases are seen in the clinic of the referring veterinarian or in an emergency clinic.

Our mailing address is: 
10645 N Tatum Blvd, Suite 200-527, Phoenix, AZ 85028

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Phoenix Veterinary Internal Medicine Services

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-Noon

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonial

  • "We can't express how thankful we are for your amazing care and service for our Charlie. You found and fixed his bleeding problem after years of issues. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for giving outstanding care. You're a true blessing to the animal world."
    With sincere gratitude, Joe & Connie
  • "We really appreciated your time and the options you provided to us for Annie. It is difficult to put aside emotions and make the right decision for our four legged friends who depend on us and trust us. Having professionals like you available, helps a great deal in these difficult times. Never underestimate the difference you make, Dr. Greene. Thank you!"
    Karol
  • "Thank you for all you have done and are still doing for Stella. We really appreciate it."
    Ronda M.
  • "I can’t thank Dr. Greene enough for what he has done for Buttons and Me."
    Lois S.
  • "Thank you for your help. Your kindness will not be forgotten!"
    Lori H.
  • "Very professional, I've known Dr. Greene for years! Very compassionate and knowledgeable in the care of your pet. This Dr. Greene goes above and beyond the call of duty for you and your pet’s well-being!"
    Lacy M.
  • "Dr. Greene understood the urgency that was needed for Gracie Mae, when others did not. Knowing you and your team were there to help was reassuring. Thank you!"
    Karen W.
  • "Your kindness and compassion has touched my heart deeply. It is because of people like you that make the world a better place. Please continue to share your light with the world!"
    Carla M.
  • "Dr. Greene’s expertise was invaluable and much appreciated. He put me at ease during an anxious time. I enjoyed discussing tennis with him, which, seemed fitting because BJ was named after a tennis player."
    Rose W.
  • "Thank you for helping with Eddie. Because of your expertise, he did not have to endure surgery. He has recovered well and I appreciate your kindness."
    Pat M.
  • "Thanks for saving Maxwell’s life! He means the world to our family. We appreciate the compassion, kindness, and prompt attention of your staff."
    Bill & Marilyn R.
  • "I am always thankful for those who help the most precious thing to me. Thank you for helping with LuLu."
    Carla M.
  • "Thank you for helping with Kismet. You have been so wonderful and kind to us and we are so thankful."
    John B. & Jonette S.
  • "Thank you for your help with Annie. I appreciate your compassion and generosity. I will never forget it!"
    Tammy
  • "Thank you for your professional excellence, personal care, rapid response, and overall generosity. There have been very few times I have found people that go the extra mile and that really care. I am very grateful that I was referred to you."
    Carmen
  • "Thank you for everything you did for our Barak. You went above and beyond what any vet would have done. You were a God-send to us in our time of need. We will always remember and cherish your kindness. Thanks for making a difference!"
    Warren & Deanna S.
  • "Thank you Dr. Greene for coming in the middle of the night for Maggie. She was a great companion."
    Heather C.