AS OF OCTOBER 25TH, WE ARE RETURNING TO CURBSIDE SERVICE ONLY, DUE TO THE RISE IN COVID CASES. PLEASE CALL US WHEN YOU ARRIVE TO INITIATE THE CHECK IN PROCESS.
PLEASE REMEMBER WE ARE A NON-EMERGENCY CLINIC. IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CONTACT ONE OF THE LARGER VETERINARY CLINICS IN THE AREA. APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED (SINCE WE ARE A SINGLE DOCTOR PRACTICE).
OUR NEXT SCHEDULED OFFICE CLOSURE WILL BE NOVEMBER 25TH IN OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING. PLEASE BE AWARE WE ARE SCHEDULING APPROXIMATELY 2 WEEKS OUT FOR APPOINTMENTS. (SURGERIES 2-3 WEEKS OUT DEPENDING ON PROCEDURE)

Veterinary Services

Veterinary Surgery

Veterinary Surgery At Five Valleys Vet Clinic, we understand how important your pet is to you, and we know that it can be difficult to face a situation wherein your pet requires surgery. We seek to make the entire process easier for both you and your pet by providing exemplary service from the moment you

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Veterinary Diagnostics

Veterinary Diagnostics At Five Valleys Vet Clinic, we understand that it can be confusing and perhaps even frustrating when your veterinarian requests to perform diagnostic testing on your apparently healthy and happy pet. Because we consider you to be the most important member of your pet’s health care team, we want to help you understand

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Vaccinations

Vaccinations Vaccinations are essential in order to protect your pet from contagious and dangerous diseases, even if your pet is kept mostly or exclusively indoors–as many contagious and dangerous diseases are airborne and can easily pass through open doors and windows. It’s also important to consider the fact that indoor pets may occasionally slip out

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Radiology

Radiology X-ray imaging, which is also known as radiography, is actually the most commonly used imaging procedure in the field of veterinary medicine. Pet x-ray images are made using equipment that has been designed specifically for animals, and they work well for viewing bones, foreign objects and large body cavities. Dr. Wood can use x-rays

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Preventive Care and Pet Wellness

Preventive Care and Pet Wellness As pet owners we usually want little more for our beloved furry companions than for them to live healthy, happy lives. It is therefore no surprise that when they appear to be healthy and happy it doesn’t occur to us to take them to the veterinarian. However, preventive veterinary care

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Pet Nutritional Counseling

Pet Nutritional Counseling It is not unusual for pet owners to assume that pet foods are created at least somewhat equally, and therefore that buying a formula and brand their pet likes should result in their pet’s good nutrition and health. Unfortunately, not all pet foods are created equally, just as not all human foods

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Pet Foods, Retail, and Pharmacy

Pet Foods, Retail, and Pharmacy At Five Valleys Vet Clinic, we are proud to provide our clients with: Hill’s Prescription Diet Montana’s original West Paw Design Toys Your pet’s complete pharmacy needs

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Pet Dental Care

Pet Dental Care Just as is the case with humans, dental health in pets is vital to their overall health and wellness. Not only can regular dental cleanings freshen breath, they can help to eliminate tartar buildup as well as disease-causing bacteria. In most cases pet dental problems either cause or are caused by other

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Natural Supplements

Natural Supplements Conventional Western medicine can be extremely helpful in coping with many medical conditions and situations, but when used carelessly for every single issue your pet encounters, it can come at a cost. Where these medications appear to be the only treatment option, it can be incredibly frustrating for pet owners who may feel

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Medical Exams

Medical Exams As part of your pet’s ongoing preventive care, Dr. Wood will perform a thorough physical examination to assess your pet’s overall health and determine if there are any conditions or situations that need to be addressed and resolved. During this examination, your pet will receive: A thorough check for parasites. It is actually

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In House Laboratory

In House Laboratory When your pet is suffering from poor health, you want to know what is going on and how you can help to resolve it as quickly as possible. Dr. Wood’s thorough medical examinations can help uncover many important health indicators that can aid in resolving non-optimal conditions, but sometimes even more information

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End of Life Care

End of Life Care Though it is a well-understood part of pet ownership, the end of life care one must provide for a beloved pet is nonetheless the most difficult part of pet ownership. While you may desire for your pet to move on naturally, peacefully and painlessly in their sleep, this may not actually

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Dermatology and Pet Skin Care

Dermatology and Pet Skin Care Your pet’s skin is an excellent indicator of their internal and overall health. There are literally hundreds of different skin conditions and diseases that can affect dogs and cats, and many of them look very much alike. Some of these conditions and diseases include: Acral lick dermatitis Acute moist dermatitis

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Class IV Therapeutic Laser

Class IV Therapeutic Laser As our pets age, one of the main concerns that many pet owners have is protecting and maintaining their pets’ health and comfort. It is not unusual for pets to experience arthritis and other physical discomfort as they age, but when it is extensive and chronic it can cause a significant

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Canine and Feline Spays and Neuters

Canine and Feline Spays and Neuters Spaying is the surgery performed on female cats and dogs in order to sterilize them, while neutering is the surgery performed on male cats and dogs in order to sterilize them. It is an elective surgery that is highly recommended by veterinarians and other animal health groups, including the

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