AAHA Accredited



Faust Animal Hospital is a family owned and operated animal hospital since 1990

Dr. Wiblin and Jetson


At Faust Animal Hospital our mission is to provide the most comprehensive and quality care available for our patients, to educate our clients so that they are partners in the health and well being of their pets. At Faust, you will walk into a calm, welcoming and friendly environment. Our staff will work hard to ensure you and your pet has an enjoyable visit.

With our AAHA accreditation, you can be confident that your pet is receiving the highest quality of care. The accreditation requires strict guidelines for patient care, business practice, customer service and a higher stand of veterinary care. The prestigious accreditation is only earned by 20% of the animal hospitals in the U.S. and Canada.

We proudly serve the Phoenix, Paradise Valley and Scottsdale communities. Our services include urgent care, wellness care, routine medical services, surgical services, routine to extensive dental procedures, oral surgery, dermatology, comprehensive diagnostics, an in-house pharmacy, as well complete laboratory diagnostics through an external laboratory with the latest in testing capability.

The Faust family of veterinary professionals brings individual gifts and knowledge to the practice. Each person possessing a unique quality that enhances the complete experience from start to finish. As our team grows, the facets of knowledge and services expand. We now offer the most advanced treatment options as well as alternative therapies.

Phoenix Veterinarian |Faust Animal Hospital 

3111 E. Greenway Rd. #101
Phoenix, AZ 85032

[email protected]


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I would never take my pets anywhere else. They made the hardest decision of my life so far just a tad bit easier. Very compassionate and you can tell they all genuinely love our animals."
    Morgan W. / Phoenix, AZ
  • "We love everyone we've met at Faust. We met them under stressing circumstances, and Dr. Wiblin and the caring staff took great care of our puppy and us too!"
    Diane Z. Paisley
  • "These people are truly what animal healthcare is about. They are so concerned, not only for my fur babies, but my own well-being as I take steps to ensure that what I am doing for them is right, safe, and in the best interest of them."
    Melissa Dumoski Moore

Our Skilled Team

  • Teri Wiblin
  • Hugh Giffords
  • Lara Sosnow
  • Gayle Bilsland
  • Kati Carpenter
    Practice Manager - CVT
  • Kayla Goldberg
  • Tawnya Lively
    Administrative Assistant
  • Ruth Tekstar
    Boarding Attendant (A.K.A Dog Whisperer) Technician Assistant
  • Leslie Curiel
  • Mayra Sandoval
  • Michelle Knowles
    Certified Pet Aesthetician and Master Groomer
  • Carole Baker
    Front Office Receptionist
  • Devante Evans
    Front Office Receptionist
  • Samantha Anzelmo
    Front Office Receptionist
  • Lizabeth Dyson
    Technician Assistant
  • Alyssa Copeland
    Technician Assistant
  • Rudy Cat
    Beloved Resident House Cat

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