Cat Vet Services - Foothills Vet Hospital - Buckley, WA





Foothills Veterinary
Hospital

Dr. Richard Vetter
28512 - 112th St E
Buckley, WA 98321


(360) 829-0500

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Operating hours:


Monday:      9am - 6pm

Tuesday     9am - 8pm

Wednesday 9am - 6pm

Thursday    9am - 8pm

Friday          9am - 6pm

Saturday      9am - 1pm

Sunday        closed


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            Cat Veterinary Services provided by
        Foothills Veterinary Hospital in Buckley, WA.

Cats are special folks. They are very loving and companionable pets but they can also be very opinionated about their likes and dislikes. We have a separate exam room to help make their visit as low stress as possible for both owner and pet. They are often housed in a larger kennel, making room for more bedding and the ability to have “a den” for them to hide in if needed to be comfortable.


We strongly suggest that you bring your cat in a pet carrier. Having your pet safe and secure in a carrier, makes your visit to the veterinary clinic more pleasant for both of you. If you don’t have a carrier, our clinic will provide a practical carrier at no cost (deposit of $7 credited to services w/in 24 hours).

            
Our services for our feline patients include:

 Wellness and Preventative Medicine:   A customized health plan for our patients help meet the pet’s health needs at an affordable price.

Surgery

Dentistry: See
Small Animal Dentistry

Laser Pain and Healing Therapy: Our laser is the SAFE cold laser that chiropractors have been using for over 20 years. We have found this laser to have astonishing results in the area of healing and pain therapy. Go to our LASER section for more information.

Hospitalization and Intensive care

Digital Radiography for both full body and dental diagnostics

In house  and referral laboratory services

In house and online pharmacy

Nutritional counseling: From thin to obese; nutritional problems can be life threatening to your pet.

Geriatric specialization and care:
Pets can live longer lives today because of advances in supportive care. Talk to us about making your pet’s life as long and as comfortable as possible.

End of Life counseling and support:
It’s a difficult decision to make for someone that you love. If you need to talk to someone about how and when to make that decision, call Kathy. She’ll always make time to listen and offer suggestions if asked.