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Welcome to Twin Peaks Veterinary Center
Your Veterinarian in Tucson, AZ
Call us today at (520) 572-8300

Dr. Beth Neuman and the staff of Twin Peaks Veterinary Center believe pets are members of your family who need quality, professional health care throughout their lifetimes and state-of-the-art urgent care when they’re ill. Twin Peaks offers a broad spectrum of services to keep your pet healthy, to ensure your pet is comfortable and happy, and to make certain you share many years together.

Twin Peaks Veterinary Center is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. We share this honor with only about 15% of veterinary clinics throughout the country. This recognition means that we are meeting some of the highest national standards in areas like patient care, pain management, anesthesia, surgery, and safety. For you it means you can feel comfortable that your pets are receiving the best care around!

Twin Peaks Veterinary Center is located just west of I-10 off the Twin Peaks exit. We easily serve clients from the Marana, Oro Valley, Tucson, AZ and surrounding zip codes, 85743, 85742 and 85658.


Important Notice

Twin Peaks Veterinary Center is proud to offer Class IV Companion Laser Therapy to our patients. Laser therapy is a safe, painless, and progressive option for the treatment of pain and inflammation in pets. The laser uses specific wavelengths of light to reduce inflammation, reduce pain, and stimulate healing cells.

Laser therapy is fast, usually taking somewhere between 2 and 4 minutes. Therapy is painless, and sometimes even enjoyable, as we often have a warm, comforting sensation at the site of the treatment. There are absolutely no known negative side effects to using the laser. Most patients see results after the first one to three treatments. In many cases, we are able to reduce or eliminate completely, the need for additional pain medications.

In a nutshell, the benefits can include:

  • Chronic pain relief (arthritis, degenerative joint disease, etc)
  • Acute pain relief (injuries like bite wounds, etc)
  • Anti-inflammatory effects in the tissue (ear infections, etc)
  • Stimulates healing of damaged tissue
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Post operative pain relief and faster wound healing
If you have questions about our laser therapy or would like to schedule an appointment, please call the office at 572-8300.

Procedure Drop-Off’s

  • Prepaid deposit are required at drop off for every surgery or dental. Checks will not be accepted as prepaid deposits; cash, credit cards, or Care Credit only.
  • Paperwork will take at least 10 minutes to go over once you drop off. Signatures will be required for sedation consent and estimate approval.

Dr. Beth Neuman
Tucson Veterinarian | Twin Peaks Veterinary Center | (520) 572-8300

7555 W Twin Peaks Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85743 1539

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Meet Our Doctors

  • Beth Neuman
    DVM

    Dr. Neuman founded Twin Peaks Veterinary Center to combine high quality client and patient care, state-of-the-art medical equipment and services, and a staff of committed veterinary professionals under one roof. Five years as an emergency veterinarian convinced her that it was important that Twin Peaks Veterinary Center offer not only preventative medicine for furry family members, but also evening and weekend urgent care services. With those elements in place, the full slate of veterinary services required to keep the canine and feline members of your family healthy are offered.

  • Rebecca Laton
    DVM

    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 smalll animal medicine exclusively by her fifth year in practice. Dr. Laton has been in Tucson since 2010 and joined Twin Peaks 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.

  • Laura Battraw
    DVM

    Dr. Laura Battraw graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Glasgow, Scotland in 2014. She worked as a veterinary technician during and before attending vet school. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two cats as well as traveling, cooking and reading.

  • Brian Shear
    DVM

    Dr. Brian Shear grew up in Missouri and graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in biology. He then worked in a research lab for 3 years prior to attending veterinary school at Mississippi State University; graduating in 2007. Dr. Shear’s interests are surgery and wound care. He lives with is wife Renee, their two cats and their two dogs. In his spare time he enjoys target shooting, motorcycle racing, hiking and exploring the surrounding desert and mountains.

  • Dr.
    Brittney Carpenter
    DVM

    Dr. Brittney Carpenter has spent her entire veterinary career in small animal general and emergency practice here in Tucson. She is a 2006 graduate of our very own University of Arizona, and went on to receive her DVM degree from Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Her special interests include dentistry, surgery, wound management, and physical rehabilitation. When not at the clinic, Dr. Carpenter enjoys fun times with the family, including her daughters, her dogs, and her cats. She can often be found strolling the neighborhood and walking paths with the dogs, and especially loves spending the summer sunsets poolside with the family.

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Location

Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-9:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-9:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-9:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-9:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-9:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-9:00 pm

Sunday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Testimonials

  • "Dr. Anderson has always gone above and beyond for the care of our family's pets for several years."
    Jane Doe
  • "This Vet is great!"
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