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What to do if your little pride and joy comes up sick? Try feeding spray millet, keep it under a heating lamp, humidify the room, isolate it from your other bird(s), and call a vet. VET...who? What phone number? Where? Which one is best? Those are all questions that come with the word "vet." The most frequently recommended vet in the Phoenix, Mesa, Gilbert, etc. area is Dr. Burke. He is the one I have always used for my birds.

Cornerstone Animal Hospital

Daniel L Burke, DVM
1663 E Ray Rd. Ste. 105
Gilbert, AZ
North Central Animal Hospital
Hillary Frank, DVM, DABVP (Dr. Valerie Bryson is also at this clinic)
20 W Dunlap
Phoenix, AZ
Open for regular hours from 7:30AM-6PM on Saturday and Sunday

Avian and Exotic Animal Clinic of Arizona
Todd Driggers, DVM
7 E Palo Verde St. Ste. 1
Gilbert, AZ (Gilbert Rd. S of Elliot)

Kevin Wright DVM LLC, Wright Bird & Exotic Pet House Calls
Distinctive Care for Unusual Pets
4902 S Val Vista Drive, Suite 108
Gilbert, AZ 85298
APPOINTMENTS (480) 495 3420 FAX 480 323 2947

Anderson Animal Clinic (very reasonably priced)
Ray Anderson, DVM
2650 W Baseline Rd
Mesa, AZ (101 Fwy/Baseline)

Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Langhoffer

VCA Phoenix West Animal Hospital
Dr. Marion Ansems (has had good reviews from other bird people)
6530 W Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ

Michael Samuels (highly recommended in Tucson)
3113 E First St.
Tucson, AZ 85716

Orange Grove Animal Hospital
3091 W Orange Grove Rd
Tucson, AZ 85741

Palm Glen Animal Hospital
Dr. Wayne Svoboda, DVM or Dr. Ritzman
7771 N 43rd Ave
Phoenix AZ (Northern/43rd Ave)

Paradise Valley Animal Hospital
Karl Weinacker, DVM
32nd St and Bell Rd
Phoenix AZ

Union Hills Animal Clinic
Susan Goshert
19th Ave and Union Hills
Phoenix, AZ

All Creatures Animal Hospital
Dr. Ingram (not licensed as an avian vet, but very good)
Phoenix, AZ (40th St & Greenway)

Another good resource to keep in mind is the Association of Avian Veterinarians (AAV). They maintain a list of veterinarians qualified to care for companion birds, and offer a handy vet locator to help you find a vet near you.

A quick hospital cage for the pet owner who needs to jimmy rig something.

There is an African Grey in this "hospital cage" which comes complete with oxygen feeding in, heat by way of a heating pad, humidity, and a computer fan to keep it from getting too humid. A thermometer tracks temperature and humidity. The CAG is sitting on a perch that is screwed into the sides.




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