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Valley West Animal Hospital was originally established in 1963 by Dr. Bill Welty and Dr. Jim Matchette. Dr. Cromer acquired the practice from her long-time mentors in 1999, after working for them both as a Veterinary Technician and Doctor over the course of 13 years. In 2005, the practice moved from the 7811 address to the building next door, where it now resides.
Our mission here at Valley West Animal Hospital, is to promote the human and animal bond by providing superior customer service, client education, and veterinary and surgical care. Our goal is to minister to every pet as though it were our own. Our commitment is to be a compassionate, caring service to every client and to their pet, by providing the best medical and surgical care throughout the life of their pet.
At Valley West Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Amy Cromer
Phoenix Veterinarian | Valley West Animal Hospital | (602) 841-0727
7807 N 35th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85051
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