Do you know your pet's age? If you adopted your furry friend, his or her age may be a mystery. Fortunately, a quick look in your pet's mouth can help you narrow down a general age range.View Article
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Phoenix Veterinary Center is a small animal veterinary facility established in 03/2015. This a single DVM practice and we are proud of our progressive medical and surgical philosophy and high level of client service. We are affiliated and collaborate with 2 other local veterinary facilities (University Animal Hospital - Tempe, AZ and Laveen Veterinary Center Laveen, AZ) to provide a broad spectrum of knowledge and over 150 cumulative years of DVM experience. Our practice offers clients digital radiography and digital dental radiography, state of the art anesthetic machines and anesthesia monitoring, a beautiful surgical suite in addition to our passion for diligent preventative care. We have a close community, a practice culture of exceptional medical care, client services and a team environment.
Dr. Emily Baldwin
Dr. Emily Baldwin grew up in Gillette, Wyoming, where she discovered that she wanted to be a veterinarian at a very young age. She attended Iowa State University for undergrad and graduated from Colorado State University with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.
Dr. Baldwin moved to Phoenix from Colorado Springs, CO where her husband was stationed with the US Army and where she spent her first three years practicing at a small animal hospital. From Colorado, the Baldwins brought with them their two rescue golden retrievers, Shadow and Ely, and Wilbur the Wildcat, an orange and white tabby.
Emily is passionate about preventative care including dentistry, and has particular interests in soft tissue surgery, oncology, and internal medicine. In her free time, she loves traveling, singing, hiking, backpacking, cooking, running, yoga, and gardening. You can frequently find the Baldwins curled up on the couch with the dogs after a long day.