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Welcome to PAWS Veterinary Center
PAWS Veterinary Center is Southern Arizona's destination for companion animal healing and wellness. Integrative veterinary care unifies the science of conventional medicine with the benefits of complementary therapies to create health, promoting wellness, longevity and quality of life for your best friend. For additional information on our extraordinary team, services and facility, please continue exploring our website.
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If your dog shows signs of stiffness or begins limping, you may assume that arthritis is to blame. Unfortunately, joint pain can also be a sign of canine Lyme disease. Learning the facts about thi ...View Article
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