Peoria, AZ Veterinarians

Raymond Marsh, DVM, Owner

Veterinarian Dr. Ray Marsh and his wife, Mary, opened All Pets Animal Hospital in 1997. Growing up in Overland Park, Kan., he was inspired to become a veterinarian by his parents who both worked in the medical field; Dr. Marsh's father was a dentist and his mother was a registered nurse.

Dr. Marsh studied at Kansas University and Kansas State University, and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Sciences. After college, he went on to study at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine where he earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. A member of both the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. Marsh is professionally interested in internal medicine and surgery.

"The best part of being a veterinarian is making an animal that is really sick healthy again," Dr. Marsh says. "I enjoy keeping pet owners happy, as well."

At home, Dr. Marsh has two yellow Labrador retrievers named Libby and Emme. He and his wife Mary have three children: two sons, Steven and David, and a daughter, Elizabeth who is also a veterinarian. Dr. Marsh enjoys spending free time fly fishing, hiking, camping and bicycle riding.

Elizabeth Marsh, DVM

Dr. Elizabeth Marsh joined her father, Dr. Raymond Marsh, and the medical staff at All Pets Animal Hospital in 2015. As an associate veterinarian, her professional interests include soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, preventive medicine and pain management. Dr. Marsh is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association and the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

Growing up around veterinary medicine, Dr. Marsh knew from an early age that she'd follow in her father's footsteps. After graduating from high school in Phoenix, she attended University of Arizona where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Sciences with minors in history and chemistry. Upon completing her undergraduate education, Dr. Marsh attended Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine as a Pet Tribute Scholar, which honors the human-animal bond.

"The most satisfying part of being a veterinarian is being able to handle all types of cases: from pediatric to geriatric patients, to preventive care and critical cases," Dr. Marsh says. "Every day is something new and different."

At home, Dr. Marsh and her fiancé Todd share their home with a yellow Labrador, Clover, a black Labrador, Dublin and two cats, Melvin and Murphy. Outside of the hospital, she enjoys hiking, running, traveling, going to concerts and trying new restaurants.