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FOR EMERGENCY'S PLEASE CALL
SAVS @ 520-888-3177
OR VETERINARY SPECIALTY CENTER
VSCOT @ 520-795-9955
Dr. Amy Hoffman Dr. Viviana Zumpano
We are excited to have you as a client. Thank You for taking the time to visit our web site! Dr. Hoffman is now the primary physician with Mountain View Animal Clinic (MVAC). We look forward to caring for your pets in the caring manner that you received with the late Dr. McMillan. Please come visit the doctors soon.
At Mountain View Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Mountain View Animal Clinic | 520-762-0455
13750 E Success Drive
Vail, AZ 85641
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Coupons are available just download and print them out for your next visit! Find them on the bottom of the home page.
During any Surgical procedure you may ask for a HomeAgain Micro Chip the cost is $25.00
We have the K9 Flu vaccine & the Lepto vaccine.
THE LEPTO and k9 flu VACCINE REQUIRES A BOOSTER IN 3 TO 4 WEEKS THEN AGAIN ANNUALLY!
Restrictions are must have an exam within 1yr, must be healthy with no issues.
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