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The Mountain View Animal Clinic Family is saddened to inform our Clients and Friends of the passing of Doctor Randy McMillan.
Dr. McMillan passed away peacefully in his sleep at his home on Saturday March 18, 2017.
We want All of you to know that Mountain View Animal Clinic will remain open. We will carry on with the compassionate care that Dr. Randy began back in 1998 when the clinic was established. Our caring staff of Doctor Amy Hoffman and Doctor Viviana Zumpano as well as the technicians will continue in his tradition of providing excellent care to all your fur babies.
We Thank you for your continued support. In following with the family's wishes there will be no services. If you wish to honor his life please consider making a donation to the Arizona Humane Association.
If you would like to make a donation to the Arizona Humane Associations new building, the Animal Welfare Center please follow this link http://www.hssaz.org/honor
on this page you can name your donation in memory of Dr. Randy McMillan you may also include your name, your pets name or remain anonymous.
For our Equine Friends if you would like to honor Dr. Randy McMillan for all of his contributions to the equestrian world we have established a donation link to Care for the Horses in Dr. McMillans name. You can go to there web page and they accept paypal, you may enter your name or Equines.http://www.careforthehorses.com
Gone from this world but will live on in our hearts and memories. Thank You Dr. Randy for all you have contributed to the animals and the people of this clinic, for all the lives you have touched you will be Fondly Remembered.
Welcome to Mountain View Animal Clinic
A SMALL CLINIC WITH A BIG HEART
Call or Text Anytime at 520-762-0455
Introducing Dr. Viviana Zumpano! Dr. Viviana Zumpano
was born and raised here in Tucson, Arizona.As a young girl she grew up with many different pets which quickly revealed her calling to become a veterinarian. Along side her love of animals was her love for sports. At the age of seven she began playing soccer and had no idea that it would be the key to continuing her college education. She received soccer scholarships to Pima Community College, and Grand Canyon University. After finishing her undergraduate degree she spent two years working as a veterinary assistant in the fast paced world of emergency.
Dr. Zumpano then pursued her veterinarian degree at Ross University, and finished her clinical year at Ohio State University. After graduating in May of 2016 she was thrilled to come back home to be with her husband,and family which includes three malti-poo's. Most of all she is enjoying her brand new career at our clinic that welcomes a variety of animals. Dr. Zumpano looks forward to not only learning alongside pet owners, but teaching them the importance of pet health.
We would like to Welcome Dr. Amy Hoffman to our practice!
Dr. Amy Hoffman has been loving and treating animals since childhood. She grew up in a dairy farming community in Western New York, and completed her undergraduate studies in Buffalo N.Y. She has worked as a veterinary assistant, receptionist, & technician for over 10 years before finally going into veterinary school at Ross University and graduated with honors after completion of her clinical education at Cornell University. Dr. Hoffman has worked all over the United States, and has decided to call Vail her home. Dr. Hoffman has 14yrs of experience in small and exotic animal emergency and urgent care. She is married, has 4 children and a large animal family connsisting of 3 horses, 3 goats, 3 English bull terriers,
7 cats, chickens, guinea pigs, gerbils, parakeets & cockatiels! When not at work she enjoys riding her horses and cooking vegetarian meals. Please come in and say Hello, she looks forward to developing relationships with clients and pets in our mixed practice clinic. Dr. Hoffman will provide quality care with an emphasis on prevention and treatment of disease.
Mountain View Animal Clinic has been serving Vail and its surrounding communities since 1998. Our clinic offers a combination of traditional, alternative, and herbal therapies to provide the best tailored care possible for your pets.
We have seen wonderful results with some alternative therapies, and our caring staff is happy to build testing protocols and treatment plans to work around you and your pet's needs. We not only focus on the total health of our patients, but their quality of life. Prevention is best; but not always possible. We are here for you and your four-legged family member.
We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call or text anytime 520-762-0455 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our veterinarian office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Vail pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.
PLEASE CONTACT US FOR YOUR RATTLESNAKE VACCINES TODAY! THE VACCINE SAVED THIS DOGS LIFE.....
At Mountain View Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Randy McMillan, DVM,
Mountain View Animal Clinic | 520-762-0455
Get ready for June! We will be having a Micro Chip your pet Special!
you will need to print out the coupon of the month and bring it in to get receive special price! No exam needed, this is a technician appointment only if your pet has other issues that you want to discuss you will need to see our Veterinarian.
We are teaming up with the Vail Food Bank to give your k9 a Flu shot and the food bank food!
Donate 2 or 3 cans or boxes of food and we will give your dog the K9 Flu Vac for $10!
Restrictions are must have an exam within 1yr, must be healthy with no issues and puppies need to be 6 weeks old, 2 doses 3 to 4 weeks apart then booster yearly! Supply is limited.