Good Morning Everyone! As of 7/25/2020 Our phone lines have all been down from the rain we received on Friday. While we enjoy the weather, it has caused our lines to stop working. We have called our phone line company and are doing our best to resolve this issue. If you have an emergency please contact 1stPet on Union hills and 7th Ave at (623) 849-0700. For nonemergency appointments and prescription request feel free to email us at amigoanimalclinicaz@gmail.com. We will be checking our emails often throughout the day. You can also go to our website at amigoanimalclinic.com and request one as well. We apologize for any inconveniences this may have caused. Today's hours are 8:30am to 5:30pm Thank you all for your understanding! The Doctors and Staff at Amigo Animal Clinic Amigo Animal Clinic - Veterinarian in Phoenix, AZ US

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Welcome to Amigo Animal Clinic

7/31/2020 

Good Morning Everyone! 

Our phone lines are up and running again. We appreciate your time and patience!

-Doctors and Staff at Amigo Animal Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Phoenix, AZ
Call us at 602-971-3561

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 Amigo Animal Clinic has the best clients in the North Phoenix metropolitan area (Moon Valley, Lookout Mountain,Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, and the Desert Ridge areas).  We appreciate them all so much!  Dr. Rose Jensen, Dr. Melissa Miller, and the Amigo staff will take great care of your pets.

At Amigo Animal Clinic we strive to go above and beyond our clients expectations.  Coming to a veterinary clinic can be very stressful. That is why we do everything in our power to make you and your pet feel at ease.  From our friendly receptionists to our animal nurses, animal caretakers and our doctors, you will receive exceptional care and great customer service. We are your pets best friend.



Our Mission to Your Pet

  1. To treat you lovingly, pet you on the head and make you at ease while you are here. And, to ensure you get a treat at each visit.
  2. To make sure you receive timely and efficient service so you can get home in time to run around the backyard before dinner.
  3. To meet and exceed your individual needs and those of your owner.
  4. To practice exceptional veterinary medicine so you are up and on all fours in no time



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At Amigo Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Rose Jensen
Phoenix Veterinarian | Amigo Animal Clinic | 602-971-3561

14811 N. Cave Creek Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85032

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:30am

5:30pm

Tuesday:

8:30am

5:30pm

Wednesday:

8:30am

12:00pm

Thursday:

8:30am

5:30pm

Friday:

8:30am

5:30pm

Saturday:

8:30am

12:00pm

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Rose Jensen

    Dr. Jensen was born and raised in the Midwest - Omaha, Nebraska to be exact.  She knew at a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian.  Now you would think in the Midwest everyone lived on the farm, but not her.  Omaha is a metropolitan area.  She wished she lived on a farm and would look in the Sunday papers for farms for sale to show her dad. 

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  • Dr. Melissa Miller

    An Arizona native, Melissa is a true 'desert rat' and enjoys the 110 degree days.  She spent her summers working at a local boarding stable learning to care for animals of all sorts, including horses, fowl, poultry, cats, dogs, small ruminants, and one very stubborn steer.  She attended Arizona State University Polytech campus for undergraduate studies and actually worked as a technician at Amigo before being accepted to vet school.  

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  • Teresa
    Office Manager

    Teresa has been the office manager at amigo since 1997 when Dr. Jensen bought the practice.

    Teresa has always loved people and their pets. She has developed many friendships over the last years with our clients making sure all their needs have been met.  She feels a bond of trust is very important to our clients since we are caring for their furry children, to ensure we love them as much as they do.

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  • Carolina
    Veterinary Technicians

    Carolina graduated from Pima Medical Institute where she discovered her true passion for animals. Before graduating, she completed her externship at the Arizona Humane Society where she learned what it really is like to be in the veterinary field and she's never looked back since. She has a very lovable chihuahua named Minnie along with two Fancy Rats named Lilly and Akira. When she's not at work she can be found at the gym staying fit or relaxing at home with her loved ones.

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