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Cobblestone Veterinary Care in Tempe

Tempe Veterinarians
 
Are you fed up with looking for a trusted, referred Veterinarian amongst the hundreds listed all over the Internet? Does it seem like large affiliations are taking over our veterinary hospitals? Do you long for the comfort, friendly, familiar, family fur doctors?
 


US TOO!
That's why Az Pet Professionals interviewed small practice veterinarians and hand picked and invited them to join our Network Group. We invited who we thought would be the most down home, dedicated, professional, compassionate, and loving Veterinarians for our pet parents! Their practice is beautiful, warm and friendly. A very low stress practice for pet parents and their pets!

Please meet Doctors, Andrew Marsh and Amy Jundt, Practice owners and Veterinarians at Cobblestone Veterinary Care

Our Staff
  
To read more about Dr. Marsh, Dr. Jundt and their amazing, two powerhouse staff members, please click here: http://cobblestonevet.com/meet-our-team.html


Cobblestone Veterinary Care is proud to serve the Tempe, Chandler, Ahwatukee, and Mesa areas in AZ for everything pet related.  This veterinary clinic and animal hospital is owned and operated by Dr. Andrew Marsh and Dr. Amy Jundt, a husband and wife team passionate about being your local source for veterinary care and peace of mind.



 "We live near our hospital and choose to remain a single location, owner-operated animal hospital, without national affiliation.  This allows us to be personal and independent with the vision to provide a positive atmosphere for our doctors and team to become a sustainable resource for our clients and pets." Dr. Andrew Marsh


We are so excited to include such amazing doctors and staff in our Network Group! If you live in Tempe or North West Chandler, we encourage you to stop in and meet the doctors and take a tour of their amazing practice. We know you'll be happy that you did! 


Contact
Cobblestone Veterinary Care
1721 East Warner Road Suite C3
Tempe, AZ 85284 and parts of Chandler.
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