Adobe Animal Hospital

7712 E. Indian School Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85251


Preventative Care


Doctor examining a dogAt Adobe Animal Hospital we believe that preventative care is very important in the early detection of disease in our canine and feline patients.  We believe in vaccinating pets based on exposure and necessity.  We strongly recommend annual examinations be performed on every pet, every year.  Annual lab work can also help detect issues before symptoms occur and can be a helpful baseline to compare with if a pet becomes ill. 

Our doctors perform head to tail examinations of each patient during their visit to our clinic.  This includes examining your pet’s eyes, ears, oral cavity, skin and coat, and any area of concern.  The doctor will listen carefully to your pet’s heart and lungs and perform a palpation of your pet’s abdomen.  Depending on any concerns, a more thorough inspection of a specific area may be needed.


Canine vaccinations

♦DHPP combination vaccine (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza and Parvovirus)
♦Canine Rabies vaccine
♦Canine Bordetella vaccine (kennel cough)
♦Canine Leptospirosis vaccine

Feline vaccinations

♦Feline Purevax Rabies vaccine
♦FVRCP vaccine (Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia)
♦Feline Leukemia vaccine (FELV)

Taking VitalsPermanent Identification
We offer Home Again microchipping (and the cost includes lifetime registration)

Annual Labwork
We offer special pricing on Junior and Senior labwork profiles that include your pet’s examination and their annual Heartworm test.

Dietary Counseling
During your pet's annual visit, we may also discuss your pet's diet, and make sure they are on a healthy, appropriate diet.  We can also make recommendations for weight management and weight loss.  We recommend grain-inclusive diets that meet AAFCO and WSAVA guidelines (read more here on why grain-inclusive diets are recommended). 

Nail trimBasic Grooming
While we do not offer grooming at Adobe Animal Hospital, we do provide nail trims and anal gland expressions.  **If this is a stressful experience for your pet, please let us know so we can advise you on options to make this easier on your pet.

Behavioral Counseling
Our veterinarians and veterinary technicians can provide basic advice regarding behavioral problems such as excessive barking, chewing, spraying, scratching, digging, house soiling, and aggression.  We also work closely with a trainer that we can refer you to for more specific behavioral needs.