Topaz Veterinary Clinic

1804 E. Southern Avenue #9
Tempe, AZ 85282

(480)345-6500

www.topazvet.com

Your trusted source of exceptional veterinary care, service and information

for our clients and patients!

Arizona is opening up and so are we!  We are very excited to welcome you back into our clinic! 
We are still offering curbside service and drop-off appointments if you prefer this. Thank you for all of the support we have received during this past year!

Today, only 12%-15% of veterinary practices in the US and Canada hold accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association. 

More pet owners are learning what AAHA accreditation means and that AAHA accredited hospitals are evaluated on stringent quality standards that encompass all aspects of veterinary medicine. 

Topaz Veterinary Clinic is proud to be AAHA accredited, and we are dedicated to providing excellence in small animal care. 


Shop our Online Pharmacy!

  • Shop from the convenience of your home!
  • Monthly doses of your pet's medications delivered to you.
  • Browse our large selection of dietary and medicinal products.
  • Set up recurring orders for any product.


Please follow the linked pages below to learn more about our veterinary services (including alternative pet medicine), promotions and coupons, as well as our contact information and after-hours emergency referrals.



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CLINIC HOURS

Monday: 8am - 6pm

Tuesday: 8am - 6pm

Wednesday: 8am - 6pm

Thursday: 8am - 6pm

Friday: 8am - 6pm

Every other Saturday: 8am - 12pm

Sunday:  CLOSED



*Housecalls available by special appointment

Proudly serving the pets of Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, Mesa, and the greater Phoenix area since 2010.



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