AZEAH Practice News

Farewell, Dr. Mike Corcoran!

Dr. Mike Corcoran has decided to move to Boston. His last day with Arizona Exotic Animal Hospital will be Friday, February 27th. We'd like to thank him for all his hard work during his time here with us!

Good luck to you, Dr Corcoran, we'll miss you!

Dr. Jay Johnson, Dr. Heather Bjornebo and Dr. Stephanie Lamb will still be available to see your pets at one of our two locations.


Northwest Valley Office Opening Soon!

We're excited to announce our second location will open for appointments on January 5th, 2015! The new office is located in Phoenix near the north loop 101 and I 17. Our North and West Valley patients will now have less of a drive to see us. Appointments can be schedule now online or by calling the east valleyt office.
The address and phone number for the new office are:
20040 N. 19th Ave, Suite C
Phoenix, AZ 85027

Congratulations to Dr. Stephanie Lamb!!

Dr. Lamb, Gunner the hawk, and Justin.

We're very excited to announce Dr. Stephanie Lamb is now a board certified avian specialist!  Dr. Lamb has worked very hard in her career to achieve this certification.  After completing veterinary school  she performed a one year internship in avian and exotic medicine followed by a two year residency in avian medicine and surgery.  For more information about Dr. Lamb, please feel free to call us, or you can check out her Bio on our website.


Sept. is Pre-Hibernation Month!

desert tortoise hibernation

Pre-hibernation examinations are a crucial part of the care of turtles and tortoises that hibernate yearly. It is important to make sure they are healthy before they go down for their long winter nap. Read more about proper hibernation care for turtles and tortoises here.

During the month of September all Pre-hibernation examinations ($59.50) will incude a free parasite test. A total value of $109.00!

Please call 480-275-7017  or click here to schedule an appointment. We look forward to seeing you and your shelled friend soon!


Ferret Distemper Vaccinations Now Available in Phoenix Area!

After almost a year of the Merial ferret distemper vaccination being on backorder we have decided to start using the Nobivac distemper vaccination. This is a canine distemper vaccination that has been studied in ferrets (and shown to provide immunity) and is being safely used in other countries and by a few other vets in the US now. No increase in side effects are being  reported over what is normal for ferrets. In addition, we pre-treat all ferrets with Benadryl prior to vaccination to lessen the chance of side effects.