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Welcome to Dove Mountain Veterinary in Marana, AZ

Pet owners residing in Tucson, Oro Valley, Marana or the surrounding communities are invited to become a part of our animal loving family here at Dove Mountain Veterinary. Our veterinarian team provides a wide range of services at our animal hospital ranging from routine wellness exams to emergency pet care. Our veterinarians know that your pet’s well-being and health is important and we make sure that we give the best care possible to your pet.

Welcome to Dove Mountain Veterinary in Marana, AZ

Dove Mountain Veterinary is a Full Service Animal Hospital

We are pleased to be a full service animal hospital and we have a state-of-the art diagnostics laboratory and are able to offer a moderate level of emergency pet care and routine surgeries. Our veterinarians understands the important role that your pets play in your life, so we take every step possible to ensure that both animals and people are as comfortable as possible during your pet’s visit. We also offer additional services for your convenience, such as online patient records, a new patient center, and an online pet pharmacy that makes getting medication refills and prescription foods simple.

Dove Mountain Veterinary Services

As a progressive practice, we are proud to offer a wide array of services to meet all of your pet’s primary needs to maintain good health. Some of the most common procedures we perform at our clinic include:

Pet Examinations & Vaccinations: An annual wellness exam is recommended for most types of pets to ensure that there are no underlying health issues and to evaluate your pet’s overall condition. This is the best time to schedule routine vaccinations, such as rabies vaccines.

Pet Dentistry: Pets with bad breath, drool, or are reluctant to eat hard food may have oral health problems. Some common pet dental issues are broken or cracked teeth, cavities, and gum disease. In addition to offering pet dentistry services to resolve these concerns, we also perform pet dental cleanings as a preventive measure.

Pet Microchipping: Statistics clearly show that more pets who run astray are returned if they have been microchipped versus animals who have not. This is a quick in-office procedure and is very affordable.

Pet Boarding: We welcome dogs and cats to board with us when you need to be away from home. Our boarding team can administer medications, if necessary, and will spoil your pet while you’re away.

Make Us Your Marana Veterinarian of Choice

In addition to providing you with top-quality pet services, we also offer you access to our extensive library of online resources and articles to help you learn more about pet care. If you would like to schedule an appointment, contact Dove Mountain Veterinary in Marana today online or call us at (520) 448-9690!

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Meet Our Skilled Team

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  • Beth Neuman
    DVM (Not currently practicing at this facility)
    Dr. Neuman received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota in 2004. Her special areas of interest are emergency medicine, internal medicine, and endocrinology, with an emphasis on client-oriented services. In her long ago life, she was a writer, a customer service agent and even managed a movie theater. She then spent several years working as a veterinary technician before deciding to pursue a career as a veterinarian. She has been married for almost twenty years, has three children and shares her home with two dogs and a revolving door of foster animals. Her devotion to her own family and pets help keep her focused on the need to make veterinary care a family oriented service for the members of her community.
  • Rebecca Laton
    Dr. Rebecca Laton graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She worked in Alexandria, Minnesota for several years in a mixed animal practice. For her first few years, she worked with dairy, elk, small ruminants and small animals. Dr. Laton transitioned to small animal medicine exclusively by her fifth year in practice. Dr. Laton has been in Tucson since 2010 and joined Dove Mountain Veterinary Center in 2012. When not working, Dr. Laton spends her time enjoying her 2 adopted daughters from China. She also loves to travel, quilt and read.


Read What Our Clients Have To Say

  • "We're so glad to have found such a wonderful veterinary facility and vet in our new home of Marana. Dr. Neuman and her staff are very friendly and you can tell they're all passionate about animals. Dr. Neuman spent almost 45 minutes with Ellie, our Goldendoodle, to get to know her and gave us some great advice on what Ellie can expect in her new surroundings. I'd highly recommend Dr. Neuman and the Dove Mountain Veterinary facility to anyone in search of a good vet for there furry, four-legged friends."
  • "Excellent, friendly staff and two fine vets: Dr. Laton and Dr. Swenson. On two different occasions, they took great care and time to attend to my pet and me! With complete confidence, entrust your dog/cat to Dove Mountain Veterinary."
    B. Heron in Oro Valley
  • "We cannot thank Dr Swenson enough. She was very professional and compassionate. In fact your whole staff was great"
  • "Amanda Jo was the technician that worked with me and our very sick parvo puppy. Her compassion and kindness were soothing during a very scary time for us."
  • "You know, all of your staff is fantastic and I’ve never had a bad
    experience with anyone."
  • "Dr Carpenter has gone above and beyond to show care and concern for my cat, Tucker. Her compassion for him (and me) is what has kept me coming back."

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  • Epilepsy

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