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One appointment per hour will be allowed in to the clinic with one masked owner and vaccine card!
If you are unwell or unvaccinated or uncomfortable coming in to the clinic we are completely fine to still do curbside! Your health and that of our staff is important too.
If you come to refill prescriptions, have a booster vaccine, or simple procedures like nail trims or anal sac expression we ask that you still do our curbside protocol and call us from the lot. We need the exercise!
Vaccines and Preventive Care
Vaccinations and Preventive Care: We tailor each pet's vaccines to their lifestyle and risk factors. We follow the recommended vaccine schedules of the AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners) and the AVMA (American Veterinary Medicine Association). Your pet and his or her lifestyle can help us guide you to help keep your pet the healthiest it can be for the longest. A rabid bat was found at Lake Crescent near Joyce in 2014 so rabies vaccines are essential to prevent serious fatal infection by rabies. Currently we ascribe to a 3 year schedule after the initial one year rabies vaccine (as required by the state). Both Clallam county and the state of Washington require all cats and all dogs be current on their rabies vaccines.