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Introducing our featured veterinarians for the week! 
Meet our San Tan Valley Veterinarians!!

Johnson Ranch Animal Clinic

Business Phone:480-987-4555. 
Business Website:


Johnson Ranch Animal Clinic is owned and operated by Dr. Marc Schmidt. Johnson Ranch Animal Clinic was opened in San Tan Valley in May of 2005.

Dr. Marc Schmidt has been a trusted and highly respected veterinarian for over 35 years. Together, Dr. Schmidt and his associate veterinarian Dr. Kelly Bowers, have created a clinical setting which stands apart from others.

Both doctors display a strong emphasis not only on your pet's health and medical care, but on the care and education that the pet owner receives as well. With quite sit down examinations, our doctors complete a physical or medical exam from nose to tail while verbalizing each finding at every visit. This allows the pet owner to understand every detail about their pet's health from their pet's teeth, eyes, ears, nose, abdomen, heart and lungs, hair coat and overall conditions and/or concerns.

Johnson Ranch Animal Clinic practices low stress, positive reward system for each cat or dog that visits. This gives your pet a positive experience!

Comfortable sit down examinations

Johnson Ranch Animal Clinic has the capability to perform the following:
  • In house laboratory tests
  • Dentistry-both prophylactic and medical
  • State of the art digital X-Ray's 
  • Surgeries. Routine and medical
  • Pharmacy and Outside Compound Pharmacies.
  • Maintenance programs for puppies, kittens and adult dogs and cats
  • Heart Worm, Feline Leukemia, Feline FIV testing in house.
  • Microhips



Their favorite blanket and idea of a purr-fect day!

Dr. Bowers and Christy have taught Joe many tricks
Mo loves lounging daily

If you are looking for a compassionate, small animal veterinary clinic and live in San Tan Valley or the outer areas, please feel free to call and schedule your pet's examination. Feel free to come in any time for an introduction!

Hours of Operation: See website for further information at

We are proud that Johnson Ranch Animal Clinic is part of Az Pet Professionals! Thank you Dr. Schmidt and Dr. Bowers!

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