February is American Heart Month, and the VETMED Cardiology Department wants to make sure your dog’s heart is both happy and healthy. Would you know if your dog had a stroke? While strokes in dogs are less common than in humans, if one occurs, it can be just as serious as a human stroke. Learn.. read more →

Within VETMED’s Cardiology department, our board-certified cardiology specialist, Dr. Matt Miller offers diagnostic evaluations and therapy for animals with cardiovascular disease, respiratory disorders, or those requiring minimally-invasive treatment options. Tests & Evaluations Animals, from dogs and cats, to horses, are evaluated based on a thorough physical examination and a review of medical history, followed by.. read more →

VETMED was recently featured in PHOENIX Magazine, in an article highlighting the hospital’s expansion, which adds heart disease and cancer to the already expansive list of animal maladies our team can treat. Take a look as cardiologist Dr. Matt Miller and Dr. Arch Robertson discuss the equipment and procedures being used to treat heart conditions and cancer. Read the full.. read more →

Two years ago, Diane Hechtman of Scottsdale was suffering from dizziness and her doctor determined that she had an irregular heartbeat. As part of treatment, she received a pacemaker. Shortly after her minor surgery, with her heart scare behind her, Diane and her husband Dan added a new member to their family—Kissy, a seven-year-old miniature.. read more →