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Welcome to Camelback Animal Clinic in Pheonix, AZ!


Are you looking for a great veterinary clinic in the Pheonix area? Camelback Animal Clinic is the place for you. We would love to help keep your pet healthy for you. Get all the information you need about our animal clinic right here. 

Our Veterinary Practice

Our state of the art veterinary facility is kept comfortable, clean, and efficient just for you. We want to keep you are your pets coming back to see us again and again, and part of that is done by making sure our clinic is owner and pet-friendly.

Our Veterinary Services

We have a variety of services we offer at Camelback Animal Clinic. These include preventative care. Preventative care is so important since we can detect health issues at early stages and prevent illnesses before they become too serious or costly. Below are some of the preventative care we offer here at our Camelback Animal Clinic.

  • Pet nutrition
  • Vaccinations
  • Senior pet care
  • Pet dental services
  • Pet wellness exams

We also offer the following pet care services: 

  • Pet emergency services
  • Spay and neuter services
  • Urgent Care
  • Other pet exams

At you and your pet's first visit, expect the best in our professional veterinary services and staff. You should bring in your pet every 6 months to make sure their health is good and on track. Bring as much information as you can on your first visit so that we can get to know the history of your pet and start any treatments they may need. Please don't hesitate to ask us any questions you may have about our facility and services. We are happy to help in any way that we can.

Contact Our Camelback Animal Clinic in Pheonix, AZ To Make an Appointment Today!

Make an appointment with us today to get your pet's health back on track. You can visit us at Camelback Animal Clinic, 1025 E. Camelback Rd Phoenix, AZ 85014. You can also make an appointment over the phone at 602 595-4020.

Veterinarian Dr. Enrique Cruz
Phoenix Veterinarian | Camelback Animal Clinic | 602 595-4020

1025 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85014

Testimonial

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Fabulous place! Not quite sure what a fear monger is but sounds like it's toting a cigarette! Which by the way is extremely damaging to both humans and pets.these people at camelback animal clinic are there to take care of your pets and do a great job!"
    Kim B. Phoenix, AZ

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Enrique Cruz
    Veterinarian and Practice Owner

    Dr Enrique Cruz was born in San Luis, Mexico just across the border from Yuma, Arizona. He attended specialised agricultural-animal science Junior High and High Schools in the San Luis-Mexicali valley.  Upon completion of High School he enrolled in Veterinary school in Mexicali, Mexico where he gratuated in 1991. In 1992 he started working as Veterinary Technician in  Yuma AZ and in 1995 he attained his Veterinary Technician Certification.  He was accepted at Oklahoma State University into the ECFVG accreditation program in 2000 where he completed his accreditation in 2003. Dr Cruz has been working as a licensed Veterinarian in the Phoenix Metropolitan area since 2003. He enjoys traveling, and spending time with his Sphinx cat 'Gatossi', and his Dogs.

    Dr.Cruz earned his Doctorate at the University of Oklahoma Veterinary School in 2003. After graduating he worked as a Veterinarian at Banfield. Dr.Cruz then took over Camelback Animal Clinic in early 2008. Dr.Cruz special interest are in skin problems, especially cats and dogs with allergies and internal medicine. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his animals and the great outdoors of Arizona.

    El Dr. Cruz obtuvo su doctorado en la Escuela de Veterinaria de la Universidad de Oklahoma en 2003. Después de graduarse, trabajó como veterinario en Banfield. El Dr. Cruz luego se hizo cargo de la Clínicade Animales Camelback a principios de 2008. El interés especial delDr. Cruz son los problemas de la piel, especialmente los gatos y losperros con alergias y la medicina interna. En su tiempo libre, disfruta pasar el tiempo con sus animales y el aire libre de Arizona. El Dr. Cruz habla español con fluidez y alienta a los clientes quesolo hablan español a que traigan a sus mascotas, ya que puedeexplicar diagnósticos y tratamientos en su idioma nativo.

  • Mary Flores
    Hospital Manager and Technician

    Mary is Camelback Animal Clinic’s Practice Manager and Senior Veterinary Technician. Mary has been with Camelback Animal Clinic since 2009. She loves getting to know each pet that comes in and has seen many go from puppy to senior life stage here. Mary has a strong interest in Proper Pet Nutrition and Senior Wellness. She attends many continuing education classes annually to keep up with the best Veterinary Technician Skills. Mary works hard with Dr.Cruz to keep up with the newest and most state of the art in house diagnostic equipment for the practice to provide your pets with the best results possible. In her spare time Mary enjoys traveling, especially to the great Upstate New York and California to visit family. 

  • Miguel
    Veterinary Technician

    Miguel has been with Camelback Animal Clinic since 2010. Miguel has great interest in all aspects of Veterinary Medicine, his special interest is with veterinary dentistry and internal medicine. Miguel is also a certified massage therapist for humans and pets. He also enjoys being in Arizona’s great outdoors and spending time with his children. 

  • Ana Rivera
    Client Liaison

    Ana is Camelback Animal Clinics Client Service Representative. Ana has been with us for almost 2 years. She will most likely be the one answering your calls, scheduling your appointments and taking care of all of your customer care needs. Ana is extremely organized and also frequently decorates our lobby for all our holidays, and seasons. In her spare time she enjoys doing arts and crafts and spending time with her animals. 

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Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed