The NW Pet clinic, in my opinion, is the best pet clinic in the world! I know this from experience of traveling the world and having pets. I started my experience with NWPC in 2000 and moved to Arizona in 2003 and stayed with them especially when Dr. O'Donnell and her husband took over. They are the most awesome team I have ever encountered! They are totally customer service driven and only hire staff who think the same thing. I feel like family when I visit a couple times a month. I can confidentially state that their business is the BEST IN THE WORLD! Bar none! I am always impressed with the great attitudes and awesome customer service they all provide. I am writing this but can't really find the right words to express how I feel but I hope you get it. I hope I'm coming across as believable because it is true. I can guarantee you that if you visit the NWPC one time you will be convinced as I am. They are simply amazing and awesome! Visit, you will experience the same.
The techs were very friendly here and took into great consideration the timidness of my dog. They approached her the correct way and even though she was still nervous, still was more comfortable. They show that they do care.
Our Maltese, Rocco needed his vaccinations updated and a general exam. We arrived just a little bit early and was taken back to see Dr. Carpenter right away. Marlena started taking notes for our visit and preparing Dr. Carpenter for Rocco. Rocco's not found of vets or anyone messing with him. But with some treats and sweet talking Marlena won Rocco over.
Northwest pet clinic is really out of the way for me, but I drive about 45 minutes (passing clinics closer to my house along the way) because the staff is so friendly, professional, and knowledgeable! I use this clinic for my 2 dogs and now my rabbit as well :) I have never once been disappointed with the service and the clinic itself is very clean! This is an all around great clinic!!!
Have never been happier with pet care! When our beautiful Lacy died, NWPC showered us with compassion and understanding. We wouldn’t have come thru as well had it not been for the staff.
Bob Kat Tebo and I really enjoy the care and consideration we receive at Northwest Pet Clinic. We’ve only been there for “well pet” visits and annual immunizations, but if Bob ever becomes ill I will trust the veterinarians at NWPC with his care.
I take both my cat Max (15yrs.) and dog Molly (5yrs) to see Dr. O’Donnell, whom they love! Both of my “kids” have various health issues and she has always been so patient with me with any questions I may have. The Doctors and staff at N.P.C are always friendly and always make myself and more importantly my pets feel comfortable and at ease. I highly recommend this clinic to anyone who may be looking for a new Veterinarian who truly puts the welfare of your pets first.
Thank you guys, for helping us get Kelsey feeling better. We still have a small road to how, but I know that she will be fine. Driving the 45 minute to see you is well worth our trip.
Wanted to thank all of the staff here, you guys were WONDERFUL with Fred yesterday and you’ve helped us figure out plans for him during a rough time.
The Heartbreaking Truth: Did you know that approximately 12,000 animals die in local shelters in Pima County EVERY YEAR? That’s 1,000 animals per month or approximately 33 animals per DAY! Given that statistic, approximately every hour and fifteen minutes, an animal is put down in Pima County that potentially could have been adopted into aRead More
Northwest Pet Clinic is proud to be the Title Sponsor for the Town of Oro Valley’s FIRST Annual Doggie Dash n’ Dawdle! This is a run/walk for both you and your four-legged friends. Bring your dog to Riverfront Park and dash off in the 2 mile run or take a leisurely mile dawdle. After theRead More
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October 29 is National Cat Day! It’s a holiday that was created in 2005 to not only recognize the cats that do have homes, but to also promote adoption for those cats that still need forever homes. So what will you do to celebrate your feline friend and cute kitties everywhere? Here are 10 ideasRead More
National Veterinary Technician week is October 12 through 18 this year. Since vet techs wear many hats in animal hospitals, they deserve to be recognized for all they do. Vet techs don’t only assist veterinarians during routine procedures. They also work as nurses, surgical assistants, anesthetists, hygienists, nutritional advocates, phlebotomists, x-ray technicians, massage therapists, dogRead More
It’s a topic we’d all probably prefer to avoid, but one that is also incredibly important for pet health: vomiting. While it’s normal for dogs and cats to throw up on occasion, vomiting can also be a sign of a health problem. We’ve compiled a list of basic facts about pet vomit to help youRead More
We have made many investments in upgrading our facilities in house diagnostics.
We are one of just a few veterinary clinics in the Tucson area with a certified member of the AAFP.
Did you know that routine dental cleaning helps prevent painful abscessed teeth and bacterial infections?
Our staff is trained to triage emergency patients and help the doctor begin stabilization.
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