Announcing the New Shea Animal Hospital Website

sah-website-announcementWe’re very excited to announce the launch of our new and improved Shea Animal Hospital website!

While our website has changed, you can still rely on us to provide the same quality, compassionate animal care services you’ve come to know and love by our staff.  We invite you to come take a look around and let us know what you think!

Don’t forget about our referral program, too!  You can learn more about it here.

P.S.  Did you hear the news?  Effective October 5th we’re moving to a new location!

We’re Moving – October 5th

We Can’t Wait to Welcome You to the New Home of Shea Animal Hospital

sah-moving-signThe new Shea Animal Hospital is conveniently located on the corner of  32nd and Shea, in the Bashas center just south of our current location. Look for our trademark windows filled with photos of animals.

What’s New? Our new clinic is spacious, with larger exam rooms and an expanded waiting area.

What’s Not? You’ll find the same friendly and professional medical team, who are 100% committed to your pet’s health and wellness.

Effective 10/5/2015

Shea Animal Hospital
3232 E. Shea Boulevard
Phoenix, AZ  85028
Phone:  602-996-3540

Meet Dr. Lori Herrold

Welcome the Newest Member of Shea Animal Hospital’s Medical Team

drloriherroldWe are happy to announce that we have added a  new veterinarian to our staff!

Dr. Lori Herrold began her association with Shea Animal Hospital in May.   If you haven’t met Dr. Herrold yet, we are confident that you will like her, and she certainly is looking forward to meeting you.   She embodies the same commitment to excellence in pet wellness and compassionate care you,ve come to expect from the staff at Shea Animal Hospital.

Dr. Herrold says that as long as she can remember,…

Your Pet Can Make You Sick

How to Spot and Prevent Health Threats

dog-kissing-ownerThere are lots of things we want to share with our pets, but worms, fleas and diseases are not among them.  “There are some diseases that can transfer from animals to humans, and vice versa,” explained Dr. Rick Sampson, DVM and owner of Shea Animal Hospital. “It doesn’t happen all the time. But babies and toddlers, and immune compromised people like those who are undergoing chemotherapy, are at higher risk.”

The key to keeping you and your family healthy is to understand what you can catch from your pet and take steps…

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