- Best tips for July 4 fireworks and frantic pets
While people enjoy July 4th fireworks, many of our pets do not! Pets are terrified by the booming noises, bright lights and sulfurous smells. Three-quarters of all pet owners have had a pet afraid of fireworks. July 4th weekend is the busiest of the year at Mesa County Animal Control with animals coming to the shelter and people looking for lost pets.
- Summer heat puts your dog at stroke risk
KKCO TV NEWS June 9, 2016: If the outside temperature has you sweating, chances are those temperatures are dangerous, even deadly for your pet. Veterinarians at the Tiara Rado Animal Hospital say when temperatures reach above 85 degrees it puts your animal at risk of heatstroke.
- Pet ManagementMake your connection with Tiara Rado more helpful and educational. Watch videos to learn how to keep your pet healthy. Save time with online forms prior to your visit.
- Hours of Operation
Saturday By appointment
- Our Mission and VisionTiara Rado Animal Hospital strives for excellence in patient care, compassion, client education, and community involvement. Our facility is equipped to provide the highest standard in diagnostics, medicine, non-invasive techniques, and surgical care. We seek to promote an excellent work environment that focuses on family and encompasses continuing education that benefits the patients, practice, and community.
Dr. Marquis is one of the most professional, engaged and positive vets I have ever met. Your staff mirrors your professional way of working. Thank you for helping my dog and bringing me some hope for alternative treatments. My dog, Luke, is our joy and his health our priority.
rhondas, Paradise Valley
Concierge Cat Care is here!
Cats crave comfort, which makes trips to the Vet so traumatic that cats do not get regular exams and their health can be jeopardized.
Cat care is now re-imagined at Tiara Rado Animal Hospital. It starts with safe transportation and check-in procedures, plus a dedicated entryway and feline-friendly exam room.
“We collaborate with owners to keep their cat comfortable. We have carriers and advise owners on how to get their cat accustomed to and into the carrier,” said Dr. Bob Marquis, owner of Tiara Rado Animal Hospital. “Car rides are especially stressful, so we offer free and safe sedation to calm cats.”Read more »
We’re sharing a post from Crystal Meyer reminding our community of the Mesa County Lost and Found Pets Facebook page… “With animal control..
While people enjoy July 4th fireworks, many of our pets do not! Plan ahead to keep your pets safe while you celebrate with anxiety medications..
Dr. Coons talking to KKCO this week about the dangers of leaving your dog in the car with this summer heat
TULAREMIA information Infection is often caused by ingestion of an infected mammals’ tissue, such as when a dog hunts a small animal, bird or..
Courtesy posting: 1 year old male Siamese cat named Jynxie that got out of his yard near 27 Rd between G & H. If found please call 970-261-6357.
This is Emma who was here yesterday for her annual exam. Isn’t she adorable?
Courtesy posting: Lost dog found in the Independence Valley area. Looks like a Shih Tzu, male and recently groomed. Please call Tasha at a Pawsh..
This is Spike who was here today for a dental cleaning!
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Just a reminder for this exciting education event this evening.