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Laveen Veterinary Center & Animal Hospital

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Laveen Veterinary Center & Animal Hospital is a full-service dog and cat clinic. Serving Laveen and the South Phoenix area we understand that your pets' are just like family and their health and well being is as important to us as it is to you.

Dogs & Cats are little people in fur coats

At Laveen Veterinary Center we know that caring for your dog or cat is a responsibility that isn't taken lightly. After all they are merely little people in fur coats, and they matter as much to you as your children. When things go awry, and your puppy or kitten just isn't acting as they usually would, you need a trusted veterinarian that you can turn to.

We are committed to providing compassionate veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Owned and operated by Dr. Evan Ware, we are an affiliate of the University Animal Hospital in Tempe, Arizona which provides us an additional resource to turn to for the care of your pet.

We are pet owners too

The veterinarians at Laveen Veterinary Center understand the bond that comes with owning a pet after all we are pet owners too. Licensed general practitioners we have assembled an expert team of veterinary professionals to bring you the best possible healthcare for your pet for your cat or dog.

Our state of the art dog and cat hospital is clean, comfortable, and every team member is passionate about treating your pet as we would our own. 

Veterinary care services

We offer a large spectrum of veterinary care, and our animal patients are treated with love, care, and compassion.

  • Preventative physical examination
  • Emergency and critical care
  • Routine elective spay
  • Advanced orthopedic surgery
  • Laboratory testing
  • Digital radiology (X-rays)
  • Ultrasounds
  • Dentistry & oral surgery
  • Internal medicine
  • Chemotherapy
  • General & Advanced soft tissue surgery
  • Pain management 

From pet education for new puppy and kitten owners to preventative exams and senior care, the team at Laveen Veterinary Center is committed to providing personal attention to the unique concerns of each pet owner.

At Laveen Veterinary Center, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Evan Ware
Laveen Veterinarian | Laveen Veterinary Center | (602) 559-9600

3536 W Baseline Rd #128
Laveen, AZ 85339


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "If you're looking for a new vet office, I highly recommend Laveen Vet Center. They are awesome. The staff is very friendly and accommodating and their prices are fair. Both Dr. Ware and Dr. Mader are very patient with my dogs and take the time to get to know them and win their trust. I never feel rushed and I know they truly care about the health of my four legged babies."
    - Johnyee H.

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