Mountain View Animal Clinic is a full service Veterinary practice located in Vail, AZ. Our two full time Veterinarians, Dr. Amy Hoffman, DVM & Dr. Viviana Zumpano, DVM have 18+ years of combined experience in general practice, urgent care and emergency medicine. Our doctors and staff demonstrate a commitment to the highest standards of veterinary medicine. We treat our patients as if they were our own.
Our practice has implemented advanced diagnostic and laboratory services. We offer full digital radiographs for both oral & full body diagnosis. Having digital radiographs allows our doctors to get input from board certified Radiologists on the most difficult cases. Our in-house laboratory utilizes Idexx Catalyst Dx® Chemistry Analyzer & LaserCyte® Hematology Analyzer which allows immediate results for critical patients. Our doctors routinely work hand in hand with a network of board certified doctors who specialize in Neurology, Neurosurgery, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Allergy, Ophthalmology and Internal Medicine.
At Mountain View Animal Clinic, we strive to provide the utmost compassionate care for every stage of your pet's life.
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.
Friends in their Laser Goggles!!
AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY SERVICES
Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson: 4909 N La Canada Dr. Tucson, AZ 85704. (520) 795-9955
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