Stewart S. Cellers D.V.M.
Doctor Stewart Cellers (Dr. C) has been Veterinarian and owner of Desert Hills Animal Hospital since May of 1997. His goal is to provide the best veterinary care for his patients at an acceptable, reasonable cost to the owners.
Stewart grew up on a large ranch in Wyoming and moved to a horse stable on Bell Road (when there was nothing there) his last 2 years of high school. He attended Arizona State University (go Devils!) and graduated with a BS in Biological Agriculture. During that time he worked for Southwest Equine Hospital and his mentor Dr. Clay Posey.
He attended Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in Fort Collins, Colorado. During his stay at CSU he had the opportunity to learn under some of the best small animal veterinarians in the world. The experience guided him to small animal medicine and surgery.
After graduation Dr. Cellers returned to Arizona and began work at a very busy small animal practice. It was a great opportunity to work next to and with great veterinarians including some that were Board Certified.
The opportunity to take over management, and eventually purchase Desert Hills Animal Hospital was too good to pass up. He has been here ever since!
Personally, Dr C. is married to Lisa (30 plus years). They have three children. Bailey just was married in September of 2011 and she and her husband have blessed everyone with Callen Quinn (September 2012) and Reed Harrison (December 2014). Kyle is in California and is a caretaker for the less fortunate (Autistic, Down Syndrome young adults). Lauryn just Graduated from NAU (Spring 2016) and is hired to begin a career as one of the lead scuba divers at the new aquarium opening in the fall of 2016 in the east valley.
The Cellers family enjoys a big trip every other year. They have enjoyed this summer in Costa Rica, a couple of weeks diving in the British Virgin Islands in 2006, China in 2008, Costa Rica in 2010.
The last couple summers they have ventured to the Forest Lakes area on the rim where they have an RV parked. Great escape fro the heat, lots of hiking, mountain biking, and feeding worms to the fish!
As for pets, there is Coco (Boston Terrier), Lucy (the Doxie) and Griffey (a crazy Pit mix).