What Sets Us Apart
SLCAC strives to provide the best medical care options for your pets using the most current knowledge and technology available. We strive to educate our clients through our knowledgeable staff who provide the highest level of customer service.
Personalized Care: At SLCAC, we put the needs of our patients and clients first. Your appointments will never feel rushed and we take the time to address all of your pet's needs at each visit.
Advanced Dentistry: Dr. Greenway has received extensive training in the field of dentistry. She believes in preventing dental disease before it starts but has the ability to treat many types of dental issues. Click here for more information about our dentistry services.
Housecalls: Dr. Garner provides this service so your pet can feel more comfortable in their own home! It is also useful for people or pets with mobility issues.
At SLCAC, our goal is to provide the highest-quality medical care to our patients and serve our clients with the compassion we would give to our own families. We will be partners in the care of your furry friends so they can live the longest, healthiest lives possible. We will treat your pets like they were our own.
Ashley Greenway, DVM
Dr. Ashley Greenway is originally from Nebraska, and her interest in animals began at a young age. Her first cat Smokie inspired her to become a veterinarian, though she has always loved all kinds of animals. She studied Biology at the University of Nebraska-Omaha and Veterinary Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Greenway graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
After graduation, Dr. Greenway moved to Arizona to enjoy the weather and outdoor activities. She practiced in Chandler for several years before finding her way to Sun Lakes Animal Clinic in 2014. She then purchased the practice in 2017.
Dr. Greenway's areas of special interest include dentistry, surgery, anesthesia, and pain management. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association, and the American Animal Hospital Association.
Ashley lives with her husband Jeff, their sons Madden and Briggs, and a household of pets! Their family includes two American Staffordshire Terriers (Raleigh and Ramsey), a Labrador Retriever (Luna), and two cats (Wrigley and Remy). In their free time they like to hike with their dogs, travel, swim, enjoy spring training baseball, and watch football (go Huskers and Cardinals!).
Erin L. Garner, DVM
Dr. Garner is a San Diego native who decided to be a veterinarian when she was six years young. She received her Bachelor's in Animal Science from Cal Poly Pomona in 1998. Her desire to travel and experience other cultures took her overseas, and after attending school in Scotland and South Africa she received her veterinary degree from the University of Pretoria in South Africa in 2010. She returned to the USA, relocating to Phoenix, where she lives with her five cats: Isikhukhula, Topaz, Owlie, Barnabas Collins, and Clyde. When she's not working she is out photographing the world, going to the movies, enjoying nature, or relaxing at home.
Dr. Garner has an interest in infectious diseases, feline medicine, and practicing under the "fear free" concept.
Amber Howarth, DVM
Dr. Amber Howarth was born and raised in Arizona. Her passion for animals began at a very young age when she “doctored” the family pets and eagerly asked her family veterinarian lots of questions. Her desire to become a veterinarian led her to Arizona State University where she
received a bachelor’s degree with honors in Biological Sciences and a minor in Business. Dr. Howarth then moved to Pullman, Washington and obtained her doctorate at Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2020.
While earning her undergraduate degree, Dr. Howarth founded a program called, “Wandering PAWS”, which strengthened the idea of the human-animal bond in her mind. She partnered with Arizona State University, the Arizona Human Society, and Central Arizona Shelter Services in Phoenix to help homeless people obtain healthcare for themselves and their animals. It was during this time that Dr. Howarth was able to see first-hand how she can positively affect the quality of life for animals and their owners.
Dr. Howarth’s interests include soft tissue surgery, reproduction, anesthesia, pain management, and business. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Outside of work, Dr. Howarth enjoys traveling, hiking, riding horses, kayaking, and trying new adventures. Her most recent interest is photographing nature, which of course includes animals
of all types.