PAWS - The Modern Spay Neuter Clinic

★★★★☆
We are open Wednesday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. to fit with your schedule.
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602-795-7297

20635 N Cave Creek Rd, A-2

Phoenix, AZ

85024

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About PAWS - The Modern Spay Neuter Clinic

Hours
Monday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sunday: Closed

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This is a clean facility but seems to cater mostly to companion dogs and cats. I do cat rescue and have had two concerning experiences with them. When I take an animal in for alter, I always let them know well ahead of time and remind them that it's a fearful rescue cat that is not fully socialized or used to being handled. The first cat I took there came back with her nose nearly scraped off. I assumed she did it on the recovery cage but they made no mention of it. I didn't notice how bad it was until a couple days after when the thick scab fully formed. I decided to try them again because the surgery was good and the facility is nice for a S & N clinic. The second time, I took a rescue in for a neuter. I observed poor handling of the animal right after I said the cat was afraid and not used to being held. There are ways to handle unsocialized cats without terrifying them. I even brought a towel for them to put over the cat once the cat was scruffed, which was not used or anything for that matter, he just grabbed him by the scruff. The cat scratched the tech or vet, not sure who it was that grabbed him, and he was obviously angered by that and let go of him and then had me leave while he took the kitty back. That made me nervous and I mentioned twice to them to ensure using the towel because I was concerned about the tech or vet being so aggressive and mishandling the fearful cat. I hung around just to make sure everything was ok and when he came out of the room he still looked angry, walked past me without a word until the front desk person said I stayed to see how it went. He said the cat went back into his carrier on his own (which seemed to take a very long time) and didn't reassure me in anyway that they'd take good care of the cat or that he was ok and didn't even look at me. When I picked the kitty up after surgery he was laying in his carrier on a urine and feces soaked towel (the towel I brought) which also had small smears of blood on it and the same person was short with me and didn't mention the earlier incident or attempt to make me feel any better. In fact, the demeanor was as if I should feel bad for being concerned and asking them to use the towel in carefully handling the cat. From these experiences, I just don't think it's a place that should be on the list for TNR and rescue and needs to be clear with customers that they prefer the easier companion animals. If that isn't the case, then they need to ensure proper training in handling and make the experience better for the animal and the rescuer who, in this case, were both upset by how it was handled. I left very concerned about this place and how they treat cats. I won't be back and I will share my experiences with PAWS with other rescuers and groups. Like cats or not, no one deserves to be treated like that, and especially not animals coming from abuse, neglect and abandonment to begin with.

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This is a clean facility but seems to cater mostly to companion dogs and cats. I do cat rescue and have had two concerning experiences with them. When I take an animal in for alter, I always let them know well ahead of time and remind them that it's a fearful rescue cat that is not fully socialized or used to being handled. The first cat I took there came back with her nose nearly scraped off. I assumed she did it on the recovery cage but they made no mention of it. I didn't notice how bad it was until a couple days after when the thick scab fully formed. I decided to try them again because the surgery was good and the facility is nice for a S & N clinic. The second time, I took a rescue in for a neuter. I observed poor handling of the animal right after I said the cat was afraid and not used to being held. There are ways to handle unsocialized cats without terrifying them. I even brought a towel for them to put over the cat once the cat was scruffed, which was not used or anything for that matter, he just grabbed him by the scruff. The cat scratched the tech or vet, not sure who it was that grabbed him, and he was obviously angered by that and let go of him and then had me leave while he took the kitty back. That made me nervous and I mentioned twice to them to ensure using the towel because I was concerned about the tech or vet being so aggressive and mishandling the fearful cat. I hung around just to make sure everything was ok and when he came out of the room he still looked angry, walked past me without a word until the front desk person said I stayed to see how it went. He said the cat went back into his carrier on his own (which seemed to take a very long time) and didn't reassure me in anyway that they'd take good care of the cat or that he was ok and didn't even look at me. When I picked the kitty up after surgery he was laying in his carrier on a urine and feces soaked towel (the towel I brought) which also had small smears of blood on it and the same person was short with me and didn't mention the earlier incident or attempt to make me feel any better. In fact, the demeanor was as if I should feel bad for being concerned and asking them to use the towel in carefully handling the cat. From these experiences, I just don't think it's a place that should be on the list for TNR and rescue and needs to be clear with customers that they prefer the easier companion animals. If that isn't the case, then they need to ensure proper training in handling and make the experience better for the animal and the rescuer who, in this case, were both upset by how it was handled. I left very concerned about this place and how they treat cats. I won't be back and I will share my experiences with PAWS with other rescuers and groups. Like cats or not, no one deserves to be treated like that, and especially not animals coming from abuse, neglect and abandonment to begin with.

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I am very pleased with my experience yesterday at PAWS. Everyone was very helpful, friendly and caring. I highly reccommend this wonderful clinic!

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I am very pleased with my experience yesterday at PAWS. Everyone was very helpful, friendly and caring. I highly reccommend this wonderful clinic!

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This is a wonderful place to take your pet.
They gave excellent care, they were friendly and professional.
My cats recovery was amazingly fast.
I would not hesitate to go back should I need to.

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This is a wonderful place to take your pet.
They gave excellent care, they were friendly and professional.
My cats recovery was amazingly fast.
I would not hesitate to go back should I need to.

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Dr. Diskin is a professional and courteous veterinarian who has a true and heartfelt compassion for animals. He is skilled, intuitive and really takes the time to understand the needs of the animal and the customer.

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Dr. Diskin is a professional and courteous veterinarian who has a true and heartfelt compassion for animals. He is skilled, intuitive and really takes the time to understand the needs of the animal and the customer.

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Dr. Diskin spayed our mini austrailan shepherd and he treated her with kindness and compassion. That is what you want when you place your loved pooch in someone else's hands. He also euthanized my husband's pet of 16 years. He provided this service with such compassion and personable service that it made this difficult decision much easier. I recommend Dr. Diskin highly!

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Dr. Diskin spayed our mini austrailan shepherd and he treated her with kindness and compassion. That is what you want when you place your loved pooch in someone else's hands. He also euthanized my husband's pet of 16 years. He provided this service with such compassion and personable service that it made this difficult decision much easier. I recommend Dr. Diskin highly!

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Dr. Scot Diskin is among the best veterinary surgeons
I have known and worked with. He is safe, swift, and
skilled. I place my own two cats and dog in his hands
with absolute confidence. Rich Fisher DVM

5
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Dr. Scot Diskin is among the best veterinary surgeons
I have known and worked with. He is safe, swift, and
skilled. I place my own two cats and dog in his hands
with absolute confidence. Rich Fisher DVM

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Dr. Scot Diskin came to Yuma and altered hundreds of animals in our community. Because of Dr. Diskin we were able to save thousands of lives with his exceptional surgery skills. His professionalism and great personality made him a pleasure to work with. The Humane Society of Yuma would be happy to have Dr. Diskin come to Yuma to alter pets again in the future. We are very confident in his ability to be a great Veterinarian for your four-legged friends.

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Dr. Scot Diskin came to Yuma and altered hundreds of animals in our community. Because of Dr. Diskin we were able to save thousands of lives with his exceptional surgery skills. His professionalism and great personality made him a pleasure to work with. The Humane Society of Yuma would be happy to have Dr. Diskin come to Yuma to alter pets again in the future. We are very confident in his ability to be a great Veterinarian for your four-legged friends.

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Message from PAWS - The Modern Spay Neuter Clinic

PAWS is a state of the art spay neuter clinic with our focus on you and your pet. In addition to lower cost spay and neuter surgeries, we offer low cost vaccines, heartworm testing for dogs and leukemia testing for cats. We are conveniently located at Cave Creek Road and the 101.

Our mission is to provide optimal care for your pets at affordable prices!



Don�??t take shortcuts with your pets' health!



PAWS offers lower cost vaccinations and spay & neuter surgeries for your pets.



For an Appointment or Questions, please call 602-795-PAWS (7297) or E-Mail Us info@azpaws.org



More about PAWS - The Modern Spay Neuter Clinic

Don�??t take shortcuts with your pets' health! PAWS offers lower cost Vaccines, Dental Cleanings, and Spay & Neuter surgeries for your pets by a licensed veterinarian. For an Appointment or Questions, please call 602-795-PAWS (7297)

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