Petroglyph Animal Hospital-- Lost, Found, and Adoptable

Petroglyph Animal Hospital is excited to be offering the latest technology in health care for your pet.
Aug. 31, 2011 - PRLog -- Since 1996, Petroglyph Animal Hospital has offered a wide range of animal services including general, orthopedic, and laparoscopic surgery, internal medicine, critical care, pain control, endoscopy, comprehensive in-house laboratory, radiography and dentistry. Trained staff are on the premises 24 hours a day. Their expertise are with dogs, cats, reptiles, birds, and other exotic species. Their facilities include climate-controlled habitats for exotic animals, and high-tech surgical and treatment areas.

Petroglyph Animal Hospital is offering the latest technology in health care for your pet.  Class IV laser therapy uses deep-penetrating light to relieve pain and speed healing.  Chronic conditions such as arthritis, back pain, or ear infections, as well as acute conditions such as lacerations, hot spots and soft-tissue trauma all benefit from laser treatment.  

Petroglyph Animal Hospital offers a wide range of animal care services:

• Surgery, including general soft tissue, orthopedic, and laparoscopic procedures
• General, critical and intensive medical care
• Small animal care, including ferrets
• Avian, reptile, and other exotic pet medicine and surgery
• Pain control
• Radiography and endoscopy
• Comprehensive laboratory and special diagnostics
• General dentistry

The great Doctors of  Petroglyph Animal Hospital:

Raymond Hudgell DVM
Born in England, where he attended school and university, Dr. Hudgell moved to Albuquerque in 1989. He graduated from Colorado State University in 1994. Practice includes: small animals and exotic animals. Special interests: oncology and surgery. Member: AAV, NMVMA, AVMA.

Michael Melloy DVM
Born and raised in Albuquerque, where he chased reptiles as a child, Dr. Melloy graduated from St. Pius X high school. He studied wildlife biology at New Mexico State University and biology at the University of New Mexico before his veterinary studies at Colorado State University. He graduated as a DVM in 1993. Practice includes: small animals, exotic animals.

Sharon Nash DVM
Dr. Nash graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1981. Her residency was in internal medicine from OSU. She moved to New Mexico in 1989. Her special interests include dentistry and internal medicine. She has three Jack Russell Terriers as pets.

Lizzie Bruce DVM
Dr. Bruce is originally from Pueblo, Colorado and has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was very young. She graduated from Colorado State University in 2007. After graduating she practiced in Ruidoso for two years. She recently moved to Albuquerque with her husband, baby girl, two dogs, and two cats. She has a special interest in orthopedics and surgery.

Rodger Claxton DVM
Dr. Claxton was born and raised in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Science in Zoology from the University of Oklahoma and graduated with his DVM from Oklahoma State University in May, 2004. Dr. Claxton has practiced in New York, Oklahoma, Texas, and California and has been with Petroglyph since 2009. His special interest is in emergency medicine.

Petroglyph Animal Hospital
6633 Caminito Coors NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120

Monday – Friday, 7am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday, 8am – Midnight
Open all major holidays except Christmas Day

Phone: 505.898.8874
Fax: 505.899.5343
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Tags:Animal Hospital, Emergency Veterinarian Service, Veterinarian, Exotic Animals, Dogs, Birds, Reptiles, Cats
Location:Albuquerque - New Mexico - United States
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