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Ajo Veterinary Clinic opened its doors in 1973 at its current location in Southwest Tucson. Over the years the number of clients has grown along with our passion for advanced veterinary care. At every visit we want to meet your pet’s medical needs along with providing compassionate care.
The doctors and staff at the clinic have increased our numbers also to accommodate our growing clientele. Our clinic team is highly trained and dedicated to continuing their education.
Our location provides a unique opportunity to provide care to pets in the neighborhoods nearby or those traveling from the suburbs of Southwest Tucson. We are proud to serve the Old Pueblo and its pets.
Ajo Veterinary Clinic has provided quality veterinary care for 37 years. Animal lovers themselves, we know the importance of your pet to you. We are committed to providing the best care possible to help your pet live a long and happy life. This commitment to the well being of your pet includes state of the art equipment and continuing education to be up to date on medical advances.
In addition to providing medical care, Ajo Veterinary Clinic supports the placement of homeless animals and educating clients about spaying and neutering your pet.