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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. 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. With individualized personal service to each client we treat every pet as our most important patient.
*New Extended Hours*
To better serve our client's needs we are here until 7:30pm Monday - Friday
Emergency services available 24/7
in conjunction with PAPEH
We support local rescue foundations.
No-charge first exam for pets adopted from Yavapai Humane Society. *Ask for details*
Our veterinarians will do visits to schools!
Watch for our booth at local events!
Proud sponsor of the Prescott Valley Little League!
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