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Welcome to Twin Peaks Veterinary Center: Your Tucson Veterinarian

Welcome to the official website for Twin Peaks Veterinary Center, serving the health and wellness needs pets throughout Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley and surrounding areas. We know how much you care about your pet and how concerned you are about making sure you have ready access to skilled, compassionate veterinary professionals for everything from preventative wellness to urgent and emergency care. We love pets too and as you explore this site, you'll see for yourself why we're the best choice when your pet needs a helping hand.

What Makes Our Tucson Vet Clinic Different

Outstanding veterinary care requires an outstanding clinic, and Twin Peaks Veterinary Center definitely qualifies. We're one of the 15 percent of veterinary clinics nationwide certified by the AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association), ensuring that we meet the highest standards. We're also a certified Fear Free facility, having undergone extra training in methods to keep your pet relaxed and at ease. Last but not least, we're recognized as a Cat-Friendly Practice, with specialized expertise in providing your feline with the best experience possible.

You'll also be impressed the quality of the team we maintain. Our distinguished team of veterinarians includes Dr. Beth Neuman, Dr. Brian Shear, Dr. Laura Battraw  Dr. Scott Miller and Dr. Sarah Neuser. Whichever Tucson veterinarian your pet sees, rest assured that he'll be getting a skilled, experienced, caring practitioner, supported by our in-house groomer, Suzan Koch and top-class veterinary technicians.

A Full Suite of Veterinary Services for Your Dog or Cat

Here at Twin Peaks Veterinary Center, we aim to be your primary pet care center, and that means provide a full suite of veterinary services for all phases of your dog or cat's life. Your Tucson veterinarian at our clinic can offer:

  • Wellness and Diagnostic Care - Regular wellness exams and sophisticated diagnostic procedures such as radiography can help us keep a close eye on your pet's health. We also administer such wellness essentials as vaccinations, pest/parasite prevention, spaying/neutering and microchipping.
  • Pet Dentistry - Rely on us to keep your pet's teeth, gums and oral cavity as clean, healthy and disease-free as possible.
  • Laser Treatment - Laser treatment is a safe, painless, remarkably effective technique to relieving pain and rehabilitating damaged tissues. We prescribe both for injury care and for chronic pain management.
  • Grooming - Our in-house Groomer Suzan provides professional grooming services to keep your pet feeling and looking his best.
  • Urgent and Emergency Care - When your pet is suffering or in serious trouble, it's great to know that we're there for you. Entrust your pet to our clinic for immediate, possibly life-saving care.

Schedule an Appointment with Your Tucson Veterinarian at Twin Peaks Veterinary Center!

Now that you've seen the features, benefits, and unique qualities awaiting you at Twin Peaks Veterinary Center, all that's left is to see our clinic and meet our dedicated team in person. Use our convenient online form or call us at (520) 572-8300 to schedule an initial visit, tour our facility, and let your pet get to know us. We look forward to helping your furry family member thrive for many years to come!

Beth Neuman, DVM
Tucson Veterinarian | Twin Peaks Veterinary Center | (520) 572-8300
7555 W Twin Peaks Rd. Tucson, AZ 85743

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Meet Our Doctors

  • Dr.
    Sarah Neuser
    DVM

    Dr. Neuser was raised in Minnesota and recently graduated from the University of Minnesota's College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interests include preventative care, dentistry, behavior, and cat-friendly practices. She is also interested in organized veterinary medicine and has spent considerable time advocating for the needs of veterinary students, veterinarians, and the animals that they serve. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, their pets, and exploring Tucson. 

  • Dr.
    Scott Miller
    DVM

    Dr. Scott Miller was born and raised in South Bend, IN. He graduated from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Dr. Miller has practiced in several different states throughout his career including Minnesota, Indiana, Arizona, Kentucky and Illinois. In efforts to further advance his veterinary expertise, Dr. Miller has completed a small animal rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson, practiced emergency and critical care at Louisville Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Services and also completed a specialty internship in dermatology at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital. His special interests include internal medicine and dermatology. Dr. Miller’s hobbies include hiking, rock climbing and disc golf. He is an avid music fan and enjoys playing guitar, watching college football (Go IRISH!), and vegging out to NetFlix. He lives with his fiance and their 2 dogs; Abbie, a crazy and demanding lab (nicknamed Fish) and Tucker, a sophisticated and courteous shepherd mix (nicknamed Bug).

  • 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.
  • Laura Battraw
    BVMS

    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, their son, two cats and a dog 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.

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Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Sunday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

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