Dove Valley Animal Hospital4815 E. Carefree Highway, Ste. 107
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
|Sunday:||8:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Monday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Thursday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Friday:||7:30 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday:||8:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
Dove Valley Animal Hospital - Cave CreekThe Dove Valley Animal Hospital is a team of veterinarians, an office manager, and support staff who work together every day to improve the health and comfort of your pets. Our veterinarians are licensed to practice in Arizona and have over 25 years of combined experience. Having multiple doctors on staff allows us to discuss cases and share our knowledge on a daily basis. We are fully staffed 7 days a week, so we can see you and your pet when it best fits your schedule and needs. Our staff also focuses on communication, and we have regular meetings to ensure we are offering the best care to every client and pet. Focusing on communication is one of our core values and allows us to meet our vision of providing compassionate, preventive, and quality medical and surgical veterinary care. All of our staff is provided training opportunities to help you to make the best health care decisions for your pet. Furthermore, all of our staff members are pet owners. We understand the importance of pets in your life.
Dr. Amanda LikewiseDr. Likewise grew up in Wyoming and Colorado. She always had a variety of pets in her home to care for and quickly developed an interest in science and veterinary medicine.
She graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Science in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. While earning her bachelor’s degree, Dr. Likewise worked for a local mixed animal practice where she furthered her passion for the veterinary field and developed an interest in exotic animal medicine. Dr. Likewise obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Colorado State University. While earning her degree, she took courses focusing on exotic animal medicine, integrative medicine, and perused certification in acupuncture therapy. Her other professional interests include preventative medicine and pain management.
Dr. Likewise enjoys coming home to her boyfriend, Jeff, and their 16 year old dog Nicky (a Plott Hound mix), hiking, camping, reading, watching horror films, and being creative. She is excited to get out and explore the Phoenix area.
Dr. Courtney LeiberingDr. Leibering has always called Arizona home. Her journey began working at Bell Ridge Animal Hospital as a kennel assistant, which was ultimately her stepping stone to achieving her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. She went on to complete her Bachelors of Pre-Veterinary Science at The University of Arizona before finding herself in small-town Oklahoma at Oklahoma State University to complete her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. While she enjoyed her time in quaint Stillwater, OK, the Arizona native was eager to return home to the sunshine, cacti, mountains, friends and family to begin her career at Dove Valley Animal Hospital - making her journey full circle. With a strong commitment and enthusiasm for helping people and their pets live long healthy lives together, she enjoys all aspect of veterinary medicine. Through her schooling, she has developed the following professional interests: ophthalmology, exotics, nutrition, behavior, rehabilitation, and surgery.
Away from the Hospital, she can be found spending time with her family and friends, outdoors - hiking or camping, at a baseball game or making memories traveling. She shares her home with three Great Danes: Zokie (Mantle) the queen bee and ruler of the household, Wesley (Harlequin) the anxious but sweet lover, and Broxton (Fawn) the all boy baby of the family. Dr. Leibering looks forward to being your family's vet whether your pet is furred, shelled, or scaled.
Dr. Jennifer NewquistDr. Newquist grew up in Phoenix, graduated from Arizona State University, and received her DVM from Colorado State University. She has worked with mammals of all sizes throughout her career, ranging from Clydesdales to dwarf hamsters and everything in between. She enjoys small animal medicine with a special interest in soft tissue surgery, dentistry, internal medicine, and acupuncture. Dr. Newquist and her husband, Jack, spend their free time tending to their chickens and horses, a retired barn cat named Melvin, and their 3 dogs. They also enjoy traveling, hiking, camping, biking, horseback riding and recreational Ping-Pong.
Dr. Mike KiedrowskiDr. Kiedrowski has been a managing partner at Dove Valley Animal Hospital since October 2003. He was a graduate of West Phoenix High School before attending Northern Arizona University receiving his Bachelor of Science in Zoology. He finished his collegiate education at Colorado State University receiving his DVM degree in 1989. Post graduation, he returned to Arizona and began his real life training at Camelwest Animal Hospital before taking a position and becoming a partner at Mountain View Animal Hospital where he practiced until 2003. He studied in an internship in avian / exotic medicine under Dr. Susan Clubb in Florida. He has provided consulting work for The Phoenix Zoo, Out Of Africa, Wildlife World Zoo, Arizona Game & Fish, the Phoenix Herpetological Society, as well as the Animal Kingdom Stores, Pet Pad Stores, The Arizona Reptile Center, AZ Sugar Glider Rescue, Piggie Poo Rescue, Any Rat Rescue, and AZ Animal Welfare League. He has lectured on exotic animal medicine and husbandry to numerous groups including The Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, The Arizona Veterinary Health Care Team and the International Herpetological Symposium. He spent 6 years on the board of The Arizona Herpetological Association and is a consulting veterinarian for The National Turtle and Tortoise Association. He is a member of The Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians.
He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he learned to chase frogs and snakes in the local swamp. His family moved to Arizona in 1968. As a small child his career choices included Paleontology, Herpetology and Veterinary Medicine. After being informed that all the dinosaurs were dead, Paleontology was dropped from the list. In college he realized that opportunities for herpetologists were very limited so Veterinary Medicine became the top choice.
His hobbies include spending time with his wife and two sons. In his spare time he breeds reptiles and restores old pinball machines to sell or add to his collection.