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rebeccaRebecca S. Keil, DVM

Rebecca graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. She and her husband, Allen, opened Mountain View Veterinary Clinic in April 1999. Dr Keil firmly believes in preventative medicine. She particularly enjoys dentistry and internal medicine. In her spare time Dr. Keil likes to explore the desert with Allen.


turiTuri, Practice Manager

Turi began working for Mountain View Veterinary Clinic in October of 2005. She initially joined the team as a Receptionist.. Before too long, her curiosity got the best of her and she began training as a Veterinary Assistant. This became her primary focus for a number of years, during at which time she became proficient in everything related to patient care, and found an interest in dentistry. In August of 2014, Turi was promoted to Practice Manager. She is currently gaining experience to become a Certified Veterinary Practice Manager. In the free time she has, Turi enjoys spending time with her cat, Slender, and playing video games with her significant other.


allenAllen, Veterinary Assistant

Allen is our jack of all trades. He has worked at Mountain View Veterinary Clinic since 1999. He fills a critical role by doing any job that is needed at the drop of a hat. This can include filling in for the staff, running errands, fixing broken equipment, and building maintenance. He enjoys spending time exploring the Arizona desert, hiking, and gold prospecting.


daniDani, Veterinary Assistant, Team Lead

Dani has always had a soft spot for furry creatures. Growing up, she always knew that she wanted to help animals, and in 2013, she decided it was time to follow her dreams. She graduated from Pima Medical Institute in 2014, and became a member of our veterinary team in January of 2015.

Dani became our Team Lead in August of 2016, and helps educate and direct our staff members to help maintain the quality of medicine our clients have come to expect from Mountain View Veterinary Clinic.

When she isn’t at the clinic, she spends time with her two boys and her fiancé. They all enjoy family time spend reading, crafting, our gaming. She also has two dogs named Charlie and Muñeca.

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

  • "Dr. Keil and her staff are simply amazing. We chose Mountain View many years ago because the breeder from whom we purchased our dog used the clinic. This group has consistently treated our animals (and their people) with respect while providing top notch service and care."

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