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Welcome to Chino Valley Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Chino Valley, AZ
Call us at (928) 636-4382
"WE TREAT YOUR PET LIKE OUR OWN"
Our mission is to provide the highest quality
veterinary medical care in a friendly, relaxed setting.
We hope you will refer your family and friends to our practice!
We would like to welcome the newest member of our team, Sherri Argenti!
Sherri is a certified groomer by the New York School of DogGrooming. She has over 25 years experience grooming and in many aspects of an animal hospital (she worked as a technician, a receptionist and a groomer at multiple veterinary practices). Sherri loves working with the animals and is knowledgeable in her field. She enjoys horseback riding in her spare time.
We offer boarding at great rates!
Our comfortable boarding facility for dogs and cats is equipped with 26 dog runs and 16 cat cottages/suites! Take comfort in knowing that while you are away on vacation your furry family members are being boarded in our state-of-the-art facility and are under Veterinary supervision. Our Animal Comfort Providers ensure that every boarding dog gets walked at least every 3 hours and that the cats have a nice clean and friendly environment to relax in.
At Chino Valley Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Michael Kahan
Chino Valley Veterinarian | Chino Valley Animal Hospital | (928) 636-4382
3601 Hwy 89 North
Chino Valley, AZ 86323
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Our 1st experience with CVAH was 1-1-12. We discovered our dog had eaten $32 in paper money on New Year's Eve and was not doing very well. Thankfully we found that the Hospital was available for emergencies on holiday's so off we went. Turned out a large growth was discovered on his spleen that required surgery a few days later. Dr. Kahan was fabulous and very generous with his time not only with our dog, but his anxious parents as well. Dr. Killian thoroughly explained the surgery, answered every question we had about the whole process before and during the recuperation period. This entire facility and staff are very professional, thorough, and caring. We are very thankful to have found this group of dedicated people. They have a 1st class facility and staff.
Dave & Patti Miller -
Chino Valley, AZ