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  • Dr. Greene sees cases in Prescott area once a month
    Dr. Greene travels to the Prescott area to see cases, generally one Saturday a month. The scheduled dates for 2018 are January 13, February 17, March 24, April 28, Jun 2, July 14, August 18, September 22, October 27, Read more
  • What is Board Certification?
    Board certification by an American Veterinary Medical Association-recognized specialty ensures that your pet is receiving the highest level of care possible. Board certification comes only after years of rigorous training Read more
  • Tinsel poses a danger to pets
    If you have pets, you should probably avoid using tinsel on your Christmas tree. If it is eaten, it can cause serious harm as it passes through the intestines; it Read more
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    We've joined Facebook! Click the link below to 'Like' us and keep updated on interesting cases and photos. We love sharing knowledge, so please join us and share with friends! www.facebook.com/phoenixveterinaryinternalmedicinespecialists Read more
  • Valley Veterinarians & Animal Care Guide
    In the October, 2011 issue of PHOENIX Magazine, there is a special veterinary section: Valley Veterinarians & Animal Care Guide.  Dr. Greene is featured on the final page of this special Read more
  • Recent publication concerning diagnosis of Valley Fever in dogs
    Dr. Russell Greene was a coauthor of a recent article in the journal, Clinical and Vaccine Immunology (March 2012), entitled "Evaluation of Coccidioides Antigen Detection in Dogs with Coccidioidomycosis". Since Read more
  • PVIMS honored in PHOENIX Magazine
    In 2007, Goldline Research named Phoenix Veterinary Internal Medicine Services as one of the "Most Dependable Veterinarians of Arizona". The Goldline Research 2007 Selections included four general practices and three specialty practices, and was Read more
  • PVIMS honored by ACVIM Foundation
    The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Foundation has honored Phoenix Veterinary Internal Medicine Services as a Practice Leadership Donor, in recognition of the practice's commitment to the success of Read more
  • Valley Fever Study for Dogs & Cats
    Dr. Greene is currently involved in a Coccidioides Antigen Study in Dogs & Cats. This study  is designed to evaluate antigen detection in animals with proven Coccidioidomycosis (Valley Fever), based on the Read more
  • Xylitol is toxic to pets
    The FDA issued a notice in mid-February cautioning consumers about the risks of consumption of xylitol by dogs and ferrets.  Xylitol, a sugar alcohol, is a common ingredient in sugar-free Read more
  • Treble Hook in Stomach
    Well, we did end up seeing a dog who had swallowed a baited treble hook over the Labor Day Weekend.  The owners were just hiking with their dog up in Show Read more
  • Labor Day - Hidden Perils for Pets
    With Labor Day coming up, many of you may be planning a bar-b-que or a trip to one of the nearby lakes.  We just want to take this opportunity to remind Read more

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  • "Thank you Dr. Greene for coming in the middle of the night for Maggie. She was a great companion."
    Heather C.