Welcome to Prescott Valley Pet Clinic
The best care for your best friend.
At Prescott Valley Pet Clinic, we deliver excellent veterinary medicine in a caring manner while providing outstanding client service and enhancing the lives of pets, their families, and members of our community. Practice owners Dr. Dana Frank and her husband Rick Frank are committed to providing an excellent facility for our team members to provide the best care possible to our patients. Our doctors’ combined training represents four different veterinary schools with special interests in many areas of veterinary medicine. Through individualized personal service to each client, we treat every pet as our most important patient.
Spotlight: Feline Appreciation
Cats are incredible creatures.
They can use about 100 different sounds to tell you what they think of you.
They have the unique ability to trap you for hours by simply falling asleep on you.
And, due to their inherently strong instinct for survival in the wild,
they’re excellent at hiding symptoms of pain and illness.
Even if a cat lives only indoors, it’s important to get them to a veterinarian every year for a nose-to-tail exam. This annual visit to the vet gives your cat’s healthcare team the chance to catch symptoms of illness in time to make a huge difference in your cat’s quality of life. During your cat’s appointment, your vet will palpate your cat’s organs for tangible abnormalities, and check weight, temperature, teeth and gums, skin, ears, heart rate, and eyes. They’re happy to discuss any concerns you have with things you’ve noticed at home, and may recommend preventative bloodwork or a urinalysis to check for issues that cats are prone to as they age, such as kidney and thyroid disease.
During our Feline Appreciation months of November and December, we’re celebrating our feline patients. Every feline exam comes with a free nail trim and a goody bag guaranteed to win back your cat’s affections when you get home.
Schedule your cat’s next check-up with their veterinarian today.
It could add years of purrs to your cat’s life.
"What does accreditation mean? It means your hospital holds itself to a higher standard, and that your pet is receiving care at a hospital that has passed the highest standards in veterinary care..." Learn more >>
Support for local rescue foundations
Free first exam for new Yavapai Humane Society adoptions
Annual canned food drive supporting Yavapai Food Bank
Local event participation
Proud sponsors of the Prescott Valley Little League
More Options When the Unexpected Happens
We know it's hard to be prepared for every situation, especially one where your furry family members need medical treatment. We've partnered with Care Credit and Scratchpay to give you more options when the unexpected happens. Click on either of the logos below to learn more.