A Tucson Animal Hospital
Catalina Pet Hospital, in Tucson, Arizona, is a small animal companion veterinary hospital, specializing in patient exams, dentistry, and surgery since the 1950’s. Veterinarians Dr. Randall Eberhard, Dr. Bernard Cohen, Dr. Amanda Maus, and our experienced staff take great pride in providing compassionate care to our patients.
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At Catalina Pet Hospital, we believe communication is paramount to ensure education on all the preventive care options available. You will have one-on-one time with a veterinarian during every exam to walk you through all treatment options and help you make the right decision for your best friend. After illness or a surgical procedure, our diligent follow-up ensures your pet’s response to treatments is thoroughly monitored and that they receive optimal care throughout the process. In addition, the veterinarians are available to answer questions for all of their patients to help alleviate any concerns.
Early detection and education about various diseases, as well as, preventative care, assist in providing a foundation to help your pet live a long and happy life. Our veterinarians have selected industry recommended vaccinations, flea, tick, and heartworm prevention to provide only the highest quality products for your best friend.
We stay on the forefront of veterinary medicine by providing regular continuing education for our veterinarians and our staff. Veterinarian Dr. Amanda Maus currently writes a veterinary internet blog for PAWSitively CATS that provides further education around a variety of health topics.
Recognizing the importance of keeping your pet close to you and your family, we offer same day pick-up and drop-off appointments. We are open every Saturday and until 6pm during the week. We are dedicated to your pet’s health and treat them as if they were our very own.
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, cash, personal checks and CareCredit.
Dental Care Services
50% of all dogs and cats have some form of periodontal disease. Left untreated, this can cause infection, pain and tooth loss over time. We are committed to our patients' dental health and implement the highest quality care. Read More >
Monitoring your pet’s health is important. Early detection and correction of medical problems will help to ensure that your pet will love a long, healthy and active life. Read More >
Meet Our Veterinarians
Our experienced Tucson veterinarians provide compassion and quality care to your cherished pet. Read More >