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Welcome to our clinic! We are a single doctor practice with the capabilities to provide your pet with the best possible medical care. Each member of our staff is committed to providing the best medical care for each pet we see and treating them as if they were our own.
Camino Seco Pet Clinic is located at 8860 E Broadway BLVD, on the southeast corner of the Camino Seco and Broadway BLVD intersection. We are in the Safeway Shopping center, right by the McDonald's.
We are open six days a week and offer convenient early morning drop off and Saturday hours. Our doctor and staff are accessible by phone or email for any questions you may have.
We look forward to meeting you and your four-legged family members!
Camino Seco Pet Clinic 8860 E Broadway Tucson, Arizona 85710. 520.296.6281.
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