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Dove Mountain Veterinary

Dove Mountain Veterinary Dove Mountain Veterinary is a full-service veterinary hospital - open 7 days a week until 7pm, including holidays. Boarding and grooming also available. **HOURS TEMPORARILY CHANGED DUE TO COVID-19**

Full-service veterinary hospital offering vaccinations, spay/neuter, ultrasound, microchipping, boarding, grooming, and much more.

Operating as usual

04/16/2022

Our phone and computer system are currently down. We are working on getting it back up as quickly as possible. Thank you for your patience!

We will be OPEN normal business hours on Easter Sunday (4/17/22) from 7:00 AM  6:00 PM.
04/13/2022

We will be OPEN normal business hours on Easter Sunday (4/17/22) from 7:00 AM 6:00 PM.

It's National Pet Day!! We love to be able to care for you pets!Let's spread the love and send us photos of your pets! 🐾...
04/11/2022

It's National Pet Day!! We love to be able to care for you pets!

Let's spread the love and send us photos of your pets! 🐾🥰

It’s National Puppy Day!The team got to celebrate with Teddy & Lily but they were so excited about their first visit the...
03/23/2022

It’s National Puppy Day!

The team got to celebrate with Teddy & Lily but they were so excited about their first visit they slept through it!

Share your puppies with us or a #TBT of your fur kid as a pup! 🐶🐾❣️

We will be closing at 6:00 PM today for a staff event! If you are need of an emergency, please contact VSOCT at 520-795-...
03/04/2022

We will be closing at 6:00 PM today for a staff event!

If you are need of an emergency, please contact VSOCT at 520-795-9955

We will resume normal business hours on Saturday, March 5th from 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM.

Thank you so much for your understanding!

02/24/2022

Dear clients: Due to staffing shortages we will be closing at 6:00 PM. We appreciate your understanding and will be resuming normal business hours tomorrow from 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM. If you are in need of an emergency please contact VSCOT at 520-795-9955

Happy Valentine's Day to you and your four-legged friend!
02/14/2022

Happy Valentine's Day to you and your four-legged friend!

01/17/2022

We will be closing tomorrow 1/18/22 at 6:00 PM due to short staff.

Thank you for your understanding !

01/11/2022

Dear Clients:

Due to on-going staffing shortages we will be closing at 6:00 PM for the remainder of the week. We are still unable to do urgent cares at this time.

We appreciate your understanding and support during this time!

To Our Valued Clients:    We have a very limited staff this week due to COVID protocols. Unfortunately, because of this ...
01/10/2022

To Our Valued Clients:

We have a very limited staff this week due to COVID protocols. Unfortunately, because of this we are limited in what we can take in. We will be unable to do any urgent care visits today and depending on staffing this may continue for the week. We will update everyone as soon as we can. We appreciate your understanding with this situation.

Happy New Year to our amazing clients! We can not thank you all enough for being so gracious and understanding this past...
12/28/2021

Happy New Year to our amazing clients! We can not thank you all enough for being so gracious and understanding this past year. We look forward to and grateful for another year ahead that we can continue to provide best care to you and your pet! ❤🐾

We wanted to remind you that the office will be open on New Year Eve from 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM and will be CLOSED New Years Day. We wish you all a safe and happy holiday!

Happy Holidays from our family to yours! We wanted to remind you that we are open on Christmas Eve (12/24/21) from 7:00 ...
12/22/2021

Happy Holidays from our family to yours! We wanted to remind you that we are open on Christmas Eve (12/24/21) from 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM and then we will be CLOSED on Christmas Day (12/25/21).

If you are in need of an emergency after hours please contact Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson at 520-795-9955 or Pima Pet Clinic at 520-327-5624.

Meet Waffles, Atlas and Maze! A few of our technicians took these cuties in as newborns and they have been growing into ...
12/16/2021

Meet Waffles, Atlas and Maze!

A few of our technicians took these cuties in as newborns and they have been growing into quite the fun trio! 🐾❤️

It’s official! Santa Paws will be coming to town! 🎄🐾Our office will be OPEN on Christmas Eve from 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM and...
12/15/2021

It’s official! Santa Paws will be coming to town! 🎄🐾

Our office will be OPEN on Christmas Eve from 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM and we will be CLOSED on Christmas Day .

YOU CAN TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT that Santa’s reindeer are cleared for flight on Christmas Eve. Spread the good news!

The official OK was reported today in Veterinary Practice News. In case you’re not a subscriber, here’s what it said:

José Arce, DVM, Santa’s personal animal caregiver and president of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), visited the North Pole earlier this month to give the reindeer a preflight health check, ensure they were up to date on their vaccinations, and make sure they have the required certificates allowing them to travel across state and national borders.

“After a full examination and review of their medical records, I’m pleased to say Santa’s reindeer are healthy, in great shape, and ready to fly on Christmas Eve,” Dr. Arce says.

The annual exam includes a health check to ensure the team is not showing any signs of disease, such as brucellosis, tuberculosis, or chronic wasting disease, which might affect their ability to fly or make other animals sick.

In addition to presents for children around the world, Santa is required to bring with him an official ‘North Pole Certificate of Animal Export,’ which allows him to freely cross borders and ensures health officials his reindeer pose no threat to animal or public health, AVMA reports.

“It’s important that we make sure the reindeer aren’t harboring any diseases they could then potentially spread to animals in other parts of the world,” Arce says. “At the same time, making sure they’re healthy also means they’re less likely to catch any diseases themselves on that long flight around the globe.”

Santa, who was unavailable for comment, issued a statement, saying the health and well-being of his reindeer is essential to the success of his busiest night of the year.

“Without my reindeer there simply would be no Christmas,” he said. “Proper veterinary care ensures that, year in and year out, my team and I can safely deliver presents to boys and girls around the world. Dr. Arce has definitely earned his place on my ‘nice list’ this year.”

“Ho ho ho,” Santa added.

With just over a week to go until the big day, Arce is ringing his sleigh bells for volunteers to join the Emergency Landing and Veterinary Expert System (E.L.V.E.S.), a group whose job is to oversee the well-being of the nine reindeer.

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!Reminder our office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and will resume norma...
11/22/2021

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!

Reminder our office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and will resume normal business hours on Friday, November 26th from 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM.

❤🦃🐾

Clark and his mom stopped by in the cutest way today! Thank you for the sweet surprise! Thank you to all our wonderful c...
11/15/2021

Clark and his mom stopped by in the cutest way today! Thank you for the sweet surprise!

Thank you to all our wonderful clients, we appreciate you all so much! #bestclientsever ❤🐾

THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL CLIENTS!To those who reached out via social media, email, phone calls and cards — we apprecia...
11/12/2021

THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL CLIENTS!
To those who reached out via social media, email, phone calls and cards — we appreciate it more than you know!

We LOVE our Dove Mountain Family! ❤️🐶🐱🐾❤️

A Letter to Our ClientsVeterinarians and their staff need your kindness and understanding.  We wanted to share with ever...
11/10/2021

A Letter to Our Clients

Veterinarians and their staff need your kindness and understanding. We wanted to share with everyone the fact that there is a nationwide veterinary shortage. We just haven’t produced enough veterinarians to match the growth of the pet population. In addition, Covid, corporate take overs, and severe mental stress have led to high rates of attrition from the field even by young veterinarians-they have decided it’s not worth staying in the profession. The same thing is occurring within the veterinary technician field.

So please if you have to wait a few days for your dog’s ear infection or cat’s diarrhea, don’t yell and scream and call the poor receptionist or veterinary technician names on the phone. They are just doing what they have been told by the Doctors regarding how to prioritize patient needs/appointments. The frustration and tears of our staff members is difficult to see when we know they are giving 100% every day to meet the needs of our patients and yet they are being told they don’t care or asked how they can be so heartless when the schedule just doesn’t allow for one more patient to be seen that day.

If you were actively bleeding out at the ER, you would want the Doctors to see you before an ear infection, right? If the ear infection patient started screaming about how he or she needs to be seen first and calling staff in the ER names, what would you think of that person? That is literally what is occurring in veterinary offices across the United States and our office is no exception.

We care about your pets, not money. If it was about money our doctors and staff would not be in this profession. We work extra hours, stay late, fit in emergencies even though we are stretched thin. So no, your dog won’t die of diarrhea that just began, if it has to wait a day. Telling us we are killing your cat by not seeing it immediately for the vomiting that has been going on for a month is unfair emotional blackmail. If you find it hard to believe that this is being said to our staff, trust us we are just as shocked to hear it. It is happening.

We are fortunate that a majority of our clients are kind, patient, and understanding partners in their pet’s health. To all of you we want to say thank you. Your appreciation and kindness mean more than you know, especially on the difficult days. This is being sent out as a reminder that the job our doctors and staff do is difficult and emotionally draining. This is being shared with everyone to remind you that we have feelings and a maximum capacity for what we can do in a day. Please understand that if someone on our staff says we are unable to see your pet today, it isn’t because we don’t care. It is that we care so much that we want to make sure that we are providing and following best medical practices, which includes recognizing when we are at appointment capacity.

Thank you for your time in reading this and for your continued support of our office. Our doctors and staff will continue to be here to support the needs of our clients and their pets.



Sincerely,

Dove Mountain Veterinary

Rescue Me Tucson will be holding a "Get your Strut on" this Saturday at the Tucson Premium Outlets! This event is a 5K f...
10/22/2021

Rescue Me Tucson will be holding a "Get your Strut on" this Saturday at the Tucson Premium Outlets!

This event is a 5K for everyone to bring their pets out and raise money for a good event. You can even adopt a new furry family member at Rescue Me Tucson Adoption Center --- Dove Mountain Veterinary offer free exam for new adoptions!

Get your Strut on this Saturday at Tucson Premium Outlets! Cats welcome 🐈 too. Free registration (donations appreciated) http://support.bestfriends.org/goto/rescuememarana

Today starts our favorite week of the year! Today is the start of Veterinary Technician Week - We celebrate our team mem...
10/18/2021

Today starts our favorite week of the year! Today is the start of Veterinary Technician Week - We celebrate our team members for all their hard work, late hours, dedication and love they pour into our clinic.

Our clinic would not survive with out these amazing people! We celebrate you, we thank you and we cherish you! ❤️🐾
#Veterinarytechnicianweek #ThankAVetTech

Meet Bailey! Bailey’s first visit at Dove Mountain Veterinary was one for the books; she loved everyone she met and gave...
09/30/2021

Meet Bailey! Bailey’s first visit at Dove Mountain Veterinary was one for the books; she loved everyone she met and gave lots of kisses to anyone that would hold her.

We can’t wait to watch you grow, Bailey! 💖🐾

Between October 4th - October 15th we will be having our floors re-done. We will be limiting our hours from 8:00 AM - 5:...
09/29/2021

Between October 4th - October 15th we will be having our floors re-done. We will be limiting our hours from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. During this time we will also be limited on our services. The days between October 4th - October 8th we will only be open for food/medication pick ups, boarding and grooming appointments. Between October 9th - October 15th we will be seeing wellness appointments only. We will be unable to perform surgeries, radiographs, and some laboratory services.

We appreciate your understanding during this time!

~ Dove Mountain Veterinary

Address

12110 Dove Mountain Blvd
Marana, AZ
85658

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 7pm
Tuesday 7am - 7pm
Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Thursday 7am - 7pm
Friday 7am - 6pm
Saturday 7am - 6pm
Sunday 7am - 6pm

Telephone

(520) 448-9690

Website

dovemountainvet.com

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Thank you very much to the vets & staff at your veterinary office for saving my brother-in-law Gary Hughes' & sister Barbara Allen Hughes' dogs life after being bit by a rattlesnake. Lilly is alive & doing well thanks to all of you who were involved with the treatment & care. (Including Lilly's owners. . . two people I love dearly. . . Gary & Barbara Hughes.