Welcome to Duval Animal Hospital!
We are a full service small animal veterinary hospital located in Green Valley, Arizona. Our two full time veterinarians, Dr. Tim Overbey and Dr. Barry Wilkinson, specialize in the treatment of cats and dogs. They have 25 years combined experience in veterinary medicine.
Our hospital offers the most cutting-edge medicine available and has state of the art equipment, including a recently added class IV Companion therapy laser. Additionally, we have two full digital x-ray suites, one for dental procedures and one for full-body diagnostics. Digital radiology allows us the opportunity to routinely get input from board certified radiologists, when warranted, via telemedicine. Our clinical lab utilizes the Idexx Catalyst Dx and Laser Cyte blood analyzers allowing us to obtain immediate blood work results for our critical patients that require immediate attention. We also have an established relationship with a variety of board certified specialists that we can use for referral when warranted. We offer convenient hours and our dedicated and caring staff strives to give you and your furry family member the best possible care and experience.
Please browse our website which offers a number of resources for pet owners. If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please call us at (520) 393-6357.
Please call us 3-5 days in advance for prescription refill requests so we can ensure we have what you need.
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