|Monday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
- Animal Boarding
- Animal Daycare
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
Welcome to Tucson Small Animal Hospital & Golf Links Animal Clinic!
Our hospitals provide complete veterinary care for your pet.
Our services include:
surgery, medicine, dentistry, and consultation.
We also provide boarding facilities
at Tucson Small Animal Hospital. Reservations for boarding should be made as far in advance as possible.
An attendent is on duty 24 hours a day. We strongly recommend an annual examination for your pet,
with the needed booster vaccinations and fecal analysis provided at that time.
Dr. Regina Armstrong graduated form Colorado State University in May of 1987 and moved to Tucson to practice veterinary medicine. Dr. Armstrong started at Golf Links Animal Clinic as an associate veterinarian in August of 1993. She moved to our Tucson Small Animal Hospital location in January, 1997. Dr. Armstrong then became an owner in May of 1999. She spent some of her childhood in Tucson while her father attended school here. Her family then moved to the Phoenix area when her father accepted a position on the faculty at Arizona State University. Dr. Armstrong did her undergraduate work at Arizona State University (a fact that she has been trying to live down ever since she moved to Tucson!). Dr. Armstrong's main interest is in dogs and cats, as she has developed quite an allergy to rabbits and other pocket pets. Dr. Armstrong's husband, John, is a wildlife biologist who raises and breeds snakes in his spare time, so she is never far away from the animals. Dr. Armstong and John also live with more conventional pets, two cats, Deacon and Decker; three dogs, Monkey, Finch and Blue; and Maggie the Magpie Jay. In her spare time (what little of it there is!), Dr. Armstrong enjoys reading and traveling. She and John have been to many exotic locations including bird watching in Brazil and a safari in Africa.read more
Dr. Ortiz grew up as a military brat. After extraneous travels overseas and other parts of the U.S., she landed in Tucson, AZ where she has lived since 1992. She received her Dvmfrom Oregon State University and Washington State University in 1992. She has been with Tucson Small Animal Hospital and Golf Links Animal Clinic since her graduation. She has been a board member for the Southern Arizona Veterinary Medical Association since 1996. She has known she would be veterinarian since the age of 10 and enjoys all aspects of this profession.read more
Dr. Lori Forgues grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and attended the University of Illinois. After graduating from the University of Illinois Veterinary College in 1991, she practiced in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Along the way she collected cats, dogs and a husband before moving to Tucson in 1996. After surviving their first summer, she and her husband, Scott, knew they had found their forever home. They are blessed with two children, Grant and Brielle. Dr. Forgues spends her time caring for cats and dogs, including her own two cats, Ritz and Bugheera. Scott is a financial advisor and leader of Grant's cubscout den (Go Den 5!) The kids attend elementary school and keep both their parents busy with questions, show & tell, and wild imaginations! The Forgues family loves to travel and spend their vacation time visiting relatives, skiing, and exploring the beaches on the big island of Hawaii.read more
Dr. Howard Moore was raised on a grain and livestock farm in Iowa. He did his undergraduate studies at Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa, graduating in 1970 with a major in Biology and a minor in Chemistry. He subsequently attended Iowa State University, receiving his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1974. Following graduation, Dr. Moore joined a mixed animal practice in Minnesota. Dr. Marvin Nielsen had practiced in Dr. Moore's hometown, Winterset, Iowa, providing veterinary care on the family farm for a number of years. Dr. Moore had even accompanied Dr. Nielsen on farm calls as a student. Dr. Nielsen relocated to Tucson, Arizona in the fall of 1973. It was during the winter of 1996 that Dr. Nielsen asked Dr. Moore if he would be interested in joining him at Tucson Small Animal Hospital, Ltd., as an associate veterinarian. Being weary of the harsh Minnesota winters, Dr. Moore traveled to Tucson in April, 1977, and made a permanent move in June, 1977.read more
Anne has been manager at Tucson Small Animal Hospital, Ltd. since March, 1994. She graduated from the University of Arizona in 1983 with a B.S. in Animal Health Science and has been working in veterinary hospitals since July of 1981. Anne first started as a veterinary assistant and then moved into a managerial position after college. She became a Certified Veterinary Technician in 1985, and also worked as a part-time veterinary technician in an emergency hospital for several years. In addition to working in veterinary hospitals, she also was the Coordinator for the Veterinary assistant program at Pima Medical Institute for two class sessions. Anne and her husband Brad live with their two cats, Dooney and Bourke, who rule the house. In her free time, Anne enjoys running, reading, and traveling.read more