Jackpot Veterinary Center
Jackpot Veterinary Center is a true mixed animal practice dedicated to consistently providing high customer satisfaction by rendering excellent service, quality medicine, and furnishing a fun, clean, enjoyable atmosphere at an acceptable price.
Our doctors specialize in diverse aspects of veterinary care, from equine podiatry to acupuncture, and everything in between. We make a special effort to stay on the cutting edge of technology, research, and unique methods for keeping your animals healthy and happy!
Look no further for reliable veterinary care in the Tucson area! From routine procedures to difficult diagnostics, and after hours care we have been proudly serving Tucson and Southern Arizona since 2014.
Jackpot Veterinary Center is a veterinarian owned and community focused mixed animal clinic. Our doctors and staff provide exceptional quality care with compassion to all clients and their four legged family, while fostering an environment of continued learning.
May 14th COVID-19 UPDATE
Jackpot Veterinary Center has been operation as an essential healthcare service since quarantine. As we have remained open, we have taken precautions to stay safe. We wanted to take a moment thank everyone who has remained patient and kind despite these challenging times, as we work diligently to get your pets the care they need, while keeping ourselves and our clients protected.
As restrictions across the country being to lift, we plan to update our policies beginning Monday the 18th.
Any client experiencing fever, coughing, shortness of breath or any other clinical signs of illness we encourage you to contact us for telemedine consult or wait to bring your pet in if it is not emergent.
Our ambulatory services (field) will continue to operate but encourage clients to maintain the recommended social distance of 6 feet or more. Masks are encouraged and our staff and doctors will continue to wear masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) as necessary and possible with ongoing weather changes.
Horses in the clinic may now be accompanied by owners/trainers as well. We again, ask you maintain an appropriate distance.
Small animal clinical appointments represent a unique challenge as the physical size of the exam rooms limits the number of people able to accompany a pet safely, while reducing distance. We continue to encourage car side services and drop off appointments for any clients considered more vulnerable to the virus or immune compromised. We will now allow one pet parent to escort their pet into the clinic. Any client entering the building is required to wear a mask, and must be escorted into the exam room so we can help control the flow of people through the clinic.
These uncertain times are troubling for us all, and we appreciate your ongoing understanding, support and kindness. We want to continue to provide needed veterinary care for you and your pets, and part of doing that is taking needed precautions to keep us all sick and well as long as possible.