Adobe Veterinary Center is a medical care center that provides care to horses, livestock, dogs, and cats. Small animal services include preventative care, dentistry, x-rays, surgery, laboratory diagnostics, and ultrasounds. Large animal services include preventative care, emergency services, surgery, dentistry, laboratory diagnostics, x-rays, ultrasound, and lameness exams. The facility, founded in 1979, also boards animals at their pet resort.
Tucson, AZ(520) 546-8387
Ajo Veterinary Clinic has been providing veterinary care for cats and dogs in Tucson. Services provided at the clinic include surgery, radiographs and imaging, dental care, vaccinations, and behavioral and nutritional counseling. Dr. Porter earned her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University in 1968 and opened Ajo Veterinary Clinic in 1973.
Tucson, AZ(520) 623-5728
Canada Del Oro Pet Clinic is a small animal clinic in Tucson that treats dogs, cats, rabbits, and pocket pets. The facility accepts appointments and walk-ins and is equipped for emergency and urgent care. Canada Del Oro offers preventative medicine, blood testing, dentistry, x-rays, and other services. The clinic was founded over 30 years ago and is run by Dr. Behrens, who attended Veterinary school at Oregon State University.
Tucson, AZ(520) 744-1565
Encanto Pet Clinic provides healthcare services and grooming to dogs and cats in the Tucson area. The facilities' many services include teeth cleaning, veterinary surgery, wellness care, urgent care, and laser therapy. Dr. Ireland attended Iowa State University and received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1987. He worked in veterinary clinics and at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona before opening Encanto Pet Clinic in 1991. Previous clients commend the clinic’s thorough checkups, professionalism, and compassion.
Tucson, AZ(520) 881-3221
Home at Last is a mobile veterinary practice in Tucson providing end-of-life care for pets. The practice gives pet-owners a more comfortable and private place to grieve and express their emotions during the difficult time. The services provided include quality of life evaluation, palliative care, end of life consultation, peaceful euthanasia, and transport of pet remains. Dr. Kirt earned her DVM degree from Michigan State University in 1995 and once had a full-service veterinary practice where she provided 24/7 care emergency care.
Tucson, AZ(520) 308-4580
Ina Road Animal Hospital treats pets who need preventative or emergency health care in Tucson. Services provided include preventative lab work, surgical laser treatment, microchip implantation, dog vaccinations, ultrasounds, companion therapy laser, and acupuncture. The hospital, founded in 1996, treats dogs and cats. The facility was named 2015 Readers’ Choice Winner by the Arizona Daily Star.
Tucson, AZ(520) 544-7700
Mountain View Animal Clinic is a vet clinic in Vail treating dogs, cats, small farm animals, horses, and livestock. The facility provides health and wellness exams, vaccinations, surgical procedures, nutritional counseling, x-ray imaging, microchipping, and heartworm testing, among other treatments. Mountain View, founded in 1998, treats animals coming in for appointments as well as emergency or urgent care.
Vail, AZ(520) 762-0455
Northwest Pet Clinic is an animal clinic located in Tucson caring for dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and other exotics. Northwest Pet Clinic list of services include laser therapy, senior medicine, preventative medicine, dentistry, surgery, and in-house diagnostics. The facility, founded over 30 years ago, is accredited by the AAHA and won the Best Vet Tucson Award in 2014.
Tucson, AZ(520) 742-4148
Orange Grove Animal Hospital is a pet care facility in Tucson treating dogs, cats, rabbits, rats, and other exotic animals. The hospital, founded in 1981, has separate reptile and avian treatment areas, a 24-hour hospital care ability, separate dog and cat boarding facilities, a 2-bay surgical suite, in-house laboratory, and digital radiology. Services include spay/neuter procedures, dental care, vaccinations, diet and husbandry consultations, and other medical services.
Tucson, AZ(520) 877-2626
P.A.W.S. Veterinary Center is a Tucson animal center committed to providing exceptional client service and veterinary health care for dogs and cats. The center’s services include dentistry, surgery, hospitalization, microchipping, vaccinations, in-house and diagnostic procedures, rehabilitation, and a pharmacy. The facility also offers feline boarding. Dr. Thurston attended Veterinary School at Colorado State University and received her D.V.M. degree in 2001. She opened P.A.W.S. in 2008.
Tucson, AZ(520) 888-7297
Pet Doctor is a full-service vet clinic in Tucson treating dogs and cats. The hospital has a “no appointment” policy so patients can come in at any time during office hours to get treated. Services include pet health consultation, general blood work, dog vaccinations, nail trims, heartworm test, feline leukemia, FeLV, and FIV vaccinations, the valley fever test, and laser therapy. Pet Doctor, founded in 2013, also partners with several animal rescue groups.
Tucson, AZ(520) 829-5166
Pusch Ridge Pet Clinic is a veterinary health clinic treating cats and dogs in Oro Valley. The facility performs emergency and urgent care during office hours, medical procedures, and surgeries. The doctors at Pusch Ridge can help treat arthritis, canine distemper, dental issues, obesity, mites, seizures, among many other health issues or injuries. Customers can make an appointment or walk in for their pet’s care. The clinic has an in-house pharmacy, lab, and radiology unit.
Oro Valley, AZ(520) 818-3313
River Road Pet Clinic is a full-service medical facility in Tucson providing quality care for small animals, including dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, reptiles, and other exotic pets. Wellness, dentistry, acupuncture, surgery, nutrition, and advanced imaging are among the many services provided. Dr. Panzero received his doctorate at Colorado State University in 1986 and opened River Road Pet Clinic in 1988.
Tucson, AZ(520) 577-3100
Rosemont Pet Clinic is a full-service animal hospital in Tucson providing medical and surgical care for dogs and cats. The hospital, founded over 30 years ago, is equipped to provide dental care, skin care, arthritis care, laser therapy, heartworm preventatives, vaccinations, and other services. Dr. Brett earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University. He approaches medical issues using Western conventional veterinary medicine and alternative treatments such as acupuncture, VOM/chiropractic and herbal therapies.
Tucson, AZ(520) 881-2103
Santa Cruz Veterinary Clinic is a Tucson animal clinic providing spay/neuter procedures and basic wellness services to all animals. Services include dog, cat, rabbit, and pig spay and neuter, wellness exams, vaccines, microchipping, anal expressions, euthanasia, radiology, and other surgery procedures. Dr. Neal now runs the practice and went to Colorado State University to receive her DVM degree in 2000. Her passion involves offering access to low-cost care to pet owners.
Tucson, AZ(520) 889-9643
Speedway Veterinary Hospital is an animal hospital in Tucson caring for dogs, cats, rabbits, and ferrets and offering senior pet care. The services provided are stem cell therapy, medical and surgical care, dental care, preventative health examinations, and dietary planning. Dr. Boyer received her degree at the Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. The hospital takes appointments and walk-ins. Previous clients commend the establishment for their customer service, friendly environment, and knowledgeable staff.
Tucson, AZ(520) 321-4235
St. Mary’s Animal Clinic is a full-service veterinary clinic in Tucson. The facility has a pharmacy, surgery suite with state-of-the-art technology, on-site x-ray capabilities, and a supervised recovery area. Among the long list of services provided, St. Mary’s performs blood work, digital radiography, fecal exams, grooming, pain management, surgery, and vaccinations.
Tucson, AZ(520) 623-8439
Valencia Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital providing care for dogs, cats, and other animals in Tucson since 2009. Dr. Zepeda and Dr. Chmiel can perform laser surgery, ultrasound, digital radiography, and ultrasonic dentistry as well as wellness exams. The hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.
Tucson, AZ(520) 623-2422
Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson provides emergency care, medical care, specialty care, and therapeutic services to animals. The emergency care hospital is open 24/7 and delivers care in the fields of dentistry, dermatology, neurology/neurosurgery, integrative medicine, internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, oncology, diagnostic imaging, and behavior. Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson won a 2008 SASIE award for Outstanding Customer Service
Tucson, AZ(520) 795-9955
Wiseman Animal Hospital & Boarding Kennel has been treating dogs and cats in Tucson since 1956. Services include pet vaccines, dog and cat dentistry, microchipping, endoscopies, x-rays, surgeries, and more. The boarding kennel is climate-controlled, and dogs are let outside twice a day. Dr. Trueba received his Veterinary Degree from Araneta University. He did additional post-doctoral studies at the Santa Cruz, California Veterinary Post Graduate Institute, part-time over a six-year period and received their Outstanding Alumni Award.
Tucson, AZ(520) 296-2388