Attention Quartz Mountain Clients
We have a great new (to us) doctor at Quartz Mountain!
Meet Our New Doctor
Dr. Signe Plunkett
Dr. Plunkett has over 25 years of emergency & critical care experience here in the Valley. She is the nationally recognized author of the textbook, Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian (3rd Edition) and has been published in several veterinary periodicals and journals. Born in Michigan, Dr. Plunkett moved and grew up in Phoenix, AZ. She graduated from Greenway High School, attended Glendale Community College and Arizona State University. She graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She enjoys membership with several veterinary associations including AVMA, AzVMA, VECCS and Society of Critical Care Medicine. Her professional interests include general practice, geriatric care, critical care, toxicology and transfusion medicine. We are pleased to have her expertise and experience added to our team.
Intro to Clicker Training—One time (1 1/2 hour)
Required to continue in other classes—$60.00 per pet/handler
Puppy Socialization– Once a week for 4 weeks
Great for puppies 8 –16 weeks—$150.00 each pet/handler
Puppy Kindergarten—Once a week for 4 weeks—
Great for puppies 4 months and up—$150.00 per pet/handler
Basic Obedience– Once a week for 4 weeks
Any age- —$150.00 per pet/handler
Private Classes—Once a week as needed—$85.00 each session
- Classes are limited to 4 pets/owners per class for group classes.
- Pets must be up to date on Vaccines, Flea & Tick, & Heart worm Preventative if old enough
Call Quartz Mountain to schedule an appointment! – 480-860-1433
- Owners must sign a liability waiver
What to Bring:
- Proof of Vaccinations.
- Plenty of good treats.
- Dogs must be leashed with flat collar or harness.—No choke chains, prong collars or retractable leashes.
Group Classes will be held on Tuesdays at Quartz Mountain beginning Aug. 6th 2019.
Intro to Clicker Training: 9:00am-10:30am
A Note From Dr. Florez
I hope that for most of you the summer is going well. We had a few exceptions as one of our patients decided to get in trouble. This is the case of “Doublestuff”, he’s a 77lb male pitty mix. In October of 2016, I removed about 5 feet of intestines; as it was very damaged from a very complicated foreign body ingestion and blockage. He’s done well after that for the last 3 years. Most pets only decide to go through this only once in their lifetime. However, Doublestuff is special and this time he decided to eat a squeaker part of a toy and lots of grass, that made for a large impaction and his second foreign body surgery. I guess the name goes well with his history “Double” surgery for Doublestuff!
He’s recovering well and we hope he has learned the lesson this time around.
I will be ready with the scalpel though..