The Pet Wellness Center | Phoenix, Arizona
Where Pets Come To Get Well & Stay Well!
We believe that prevention is the very best medicine and want all pets to live happy, healthy lives. That’s why at The Pet Wellness Center we want to offer you all of the tools that you need to help your pet live a long and happy life.
Your Pet Is Important To Us!
We custom fit each wellness appointment based on the specific needs of each patient. Every pet is different; from the tip of their nose to their happy wagging tails, and what one pet needs to stay healthy may be completely different from the next! We also focus on making each visit as stress free as possible for both you and your pet. A vet visit shouldn’t be scary, and our custom fit visits help those pets that may be nervous in the clinic. And if your pet is feeling a bit under the weather, we can help them too! We have a full service in house laboratory as well as digital x-ray. We can help get them feeling better and on the way to recovery. Come see us and experience the difference!
Dr. Cheryl Rahal
In 2007 Dr. Rahal joined the team in small animal care at Desert Hills Animal Clinic, and in 2017 opened The Pet Wellness Center. She has a BS in Zoology from the University of Washington and a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University. Dr. Rahal earned Board Certification from the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 1999.
Briana Morris, CVT
Briana joined the team in 2007 and is currently the Executive Director at Desert Hills Animal Clinic and The Pet Wellness Center. She graduated from Kaplan College with an Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology and is a Certified Veterinary Technician and member of the Veterinary Healthcare Team of Arizona.
Hannah started at the clinic in 2015 and is a fully trained receptionist and technician. She currently attends Arizona State University and is studying to become a veterinarian and work for wildlife conservation. Hannah is passionate about animals. She has two American Mastiffs named Moose and Macey, as well as two cats named Stitch and Sullivan.