Dr. Laura Veterinary Services INC

Dr. Laura Veterinary Services INC Providing mobile services for cows, goats, sheep, llamas, alpacas, pigs, dogs and cats. Ruminants are Goats, Sheep, and Cows. I also attend to pigs!

Ruminants are special animals that require a veterinarian that understands them. Intermediate ruminants are llamas and alpacas!

❤️fan club!

❤️fan club!

Enjoying the rain this Monday afternoon!

Enjoying the rain this Monday afternoon!

Thank you 4H for the wonderful award!See you all at the fair!

Thank you 4H for the wonderful award!
See you all at the fair!


**"Owning Sheep as Pets: Because Who Needs a Normal Pet When You Can Have a Fuzzy Lawnmower?"**

🐑 Tired of owning cute and cuddly pets that actually show affection? Look no further! Sheep are here to grace your life with their aloofness and undeniable charm. Here's what it's *really* like to own sheep as pets:

1. **Emotionless Companions**: Enjoy the company of pets that will never show excitement, love, or anything resembling human emotion. Sheep are masters at keeping a poker face.

2. **Living Lawn Ornaments**: Forget about spending hours mowing your lawn; sheep are natural lawnmowers on hooves! Sit back and watch as they munch their way through your meticulously planned garden.

3. **Cuddles? Nah!**: If you enjoy being rejected by your pets when seeking affection, sheep are the perfect match. They'll look at you with disinterest as you attempt to pet them, wondering why you're disturbing their all-important grazing time.

4. **Walking Fashion Statements**: Embrace the stylish look of hay and grass stuck to your clothes after every interaction with your sheep. Who needs a lint roller when you have fluffy, fuzzy friends?

5. **Escape Artists Extraordinaire**: Prepare for the excitement of playing "Catch the Sheep" as your woolly companions repeatedly attempt to outsmart you by escaping from their enclosures.

6. **Endless Wool, Anyone?**: Enjoy the never-ending supply of wool, even if you have no idea what to do with it. Knitting a sweater, anyone?

7. **Baaa-rilliant Conversations**: Revel in the stimulating conversations with your sheep, where they express their opinions through a variety of impressive "baa" sounds.

*Disclaimer: Owning sheep as pets may lead to an abundance of grassy lawns, limited emotional connection, and a newfound appreciation for the simple joys of non-responsive companions. Be prepared for a unique, woolly journey with these fluffy, four-legged characters! 🐑🌾*

Happy July!!

Happy July!!



During the month of April we will be offering free baby goat rentals. Great for families, parties, kid events and all ag...

During the month of April we will be offering free baby goat rentals. Great for families, parties, kid events and all ages.

*may be or probably will be adult goats or in tact male goats (bucks)
*may not be friendly (keep children and other animals secured)
*not responsible for any damage that will most likely occur
*if you’re still reading…Happy April Fools Day!

It’s that time of year!!

It’s that time of year!!

The loss we feel…❤️❤️❤️❤️Grief Lydia Davis

The loss we feel…❤️❤️❤️❤️

Lydia Davis

Vaccinations aren’t just for dogs and cats!!

Vaccinations aren’t just for dogs and cats!!

Let’s clear the worms!

Let’s clear the worms!


Great New's! Dr.Laura Our Local Vetrinary Will Be At The Lake! Wendsday February the 8th! From 9 am to 11 am She will be at the Store! Contact # 425 293-3424 to schedule for a appointment and pricing, What A Terrific Service Thank You!

Anyone interested in a Tshirt? You saw it here first!

Anyone interested in a Tshirt?

You saw it here first!

Got this shot yesterday. This gal wanted out for some much needed sunshine!

Got this shot yesterday. This gal wanted out for some much needed sunshine!




Pic of the Day 📷 By Lynne Johnstone

"Here is our son Blair’s dog Hank watching over the lambs whilst feeding"

We welcome submissions for Picture of the Day with a brief description of the shot!

Email: [email protected] today and your photo could be our PIC OF THE DAY! 📸📸📸

Any sheep peeps that want an incredible experience!!

Any sheep peeps that want an incredible experience!!

Here's an awesome opportunity for a lambing internship at the US Sheep Experiment Station!

Another reason to love Costco!

Another reason to love Costco!

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Focus on Farming November 10, 2022Monroe fairgrounds Good topics this year$70 for the day!Focus on Agrotourism track DLi...

Focus on Farming November 10, 2022
Monroe fairgrounds

Good topics this year
$70 for the day!
Focus on Agrotourism track D
Livestock production track B

Loving on some puppies today!

Loving on some puppies today!

Best caption gets a free calendar!!   🐾

Best caption gets a free calendar!!


Silvana fair is this Saturday!Come support our youth!!

Silvana fair is this Saturday!
Come support our youth!!

The Silvana Fair is Held Yearly on the Last Saturday of July.

Baxter Black…Will be missed

Baxter Black…
Will be missed

We’re saddened to hear about the passing of Cowboy Poet, Baxter Black. Baxter made his mark in the world with his humor, humility, and honest assessment of life – may his legacy last a long time. He will be missed!

In your honor below is your last piece written…

Baxter Black's final column: A horse matters

Posted Wednesday, January 5, 2022.

By Baxter Black

I like living someplace where a horse matters.
There is just some country where horseback is the only way to get the job done. Places where the four-wheeler is a poor second, not to mention a noisy, track-leaving unnatural conveyance. Besides, it’s hard to throw a rope from.
Helicopters can spot and scare, if that’s what you need, but it’s helpless when you have to doctor a calf. It is a great feeling to be pushing a cow out of a mesquite thicket, packing a dude down the Grand Canyon or tracking a mountain lion on a high ridge, knowing you’re on the perfect tool for the job. You look at a horse different when he’s on the payroll.
I like being a person to whom a horse matters.
It puts me in such good company, Robert E. Lee, Teddy Roosevelt, Rudyard Kipling, Ray Hunt, Queen Elizabeth, Jerry Diaz, Casey Tibbs, cowboys, Mongols, Gauchos, teamsters, Lipazzaners and vaqueros of all kinds. Granted being a horse person doesn’t make me easier to get along with, better at spelling or richer. It simply gives me a direct connection to one of the most ancient, mutually beneficial interspecies relationships on the planet.

Winston Churchill said, “There is something about the outside of a horse, that is good for the inside of a man.”

I like being there when a horse matters.
When you can’t do the job alone; a cow in the bog, a race against time, a boulder to move, a detour to take, a mountain to cross, a crevice to leap, a war to win, a sweetheart to impress, or...when you’ve gone too far to walk back.

Shakespeare’s King Richard III said when fate hung in the balance, “A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!”

I’ve also come to believe that you either are a horse person or you aren’t. Many who are, never know it because they never have the chance. It’s a primitive acceptance, often mutual. A lack of fear. You see it in some children when they are first introduced to the horse. It always gives me a sense of wonder to be there and help them make their acquaintance. I believe the horse can sense the child’s innate trust. It is the beginning of a natural bond.

I count myself very lucky that I get to be a part of the wonderful world of horse sweat, soft noses, close calls and twilight on the trail.

I like living a life where a horse matters.

Happy Mothers Day! To the four and two legged!

Happy Mothers Day!
To the four and two legged!

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There is always room for one more goat!

There is always room for one more goat!


We are incredibly heartbroken to share that PSGR's Founder & Director, Barbara, passed away over the weekend after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest last week.

Barbara founded PSGR over 20 years ago and had since dedicated her life to the rescue, care and finding forever homes for countless goats and other farm animals. She not only changed the lives of so many animals but of so many people as well.

Barbara made it very clear that she wanted the rescue to continue in the event of her passing and she set it up so it could do just that. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, with a Board of Directors who has worked together for years, PSGR will continue her legacy of saving and placing goats into forever homes in the years to come.

Our priority right now is caring for the nearly 180 animals that we have saved who currently call PSGR home and finding forever homes for our adoptable goats & sheep so that we can continue to save lives.

Barbara's footprint will forever be cemented on the world of rescue and especially of goats. We are honored to continue her legacy ❤️

Virtual boot camp for those wanting to butcher or process meatHosted by Oregon state university

Virtual boot camp for those wanting to butcher or process meat
Hosted by Oregon state university

A virtual bootcamp for independent meat processors who want to take it to the next level. Tuesdays, March 22-April 26th, 2022

Great article for new producers!

Great article for new producers!

Raising pigs can be a satisfying enterprise. This article provides a broad overview on hog production and important points future pig producers should be aware of.


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Snohomish, WA

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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 4pm


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Thank you Dr. Laura for coming out a couple of weeks ago. You are such a kind and caring person. We know that are dog is no longer suffering. It was a hard decision but, you made it easier for us. Thank you so much.
I just wanted to thank Dr. Laura for her compassion and the time she took with us. Losing a pet is never easy, but she made the experience a little less painful.
Hello Dr. Laura. In November you came to our home within 30 minutes of my call regarding our 16 year old Weimaraner. His spinal nerves/degeneration were causing him loss of ability to walk or move in general. You were an angel and stayed with me until my husband arrived home. We made the decision to let him go peacefully in front of his fireplace with both of us loving him. You had no idea who we were, but you came and helped him and us say goodbye. We’ll never forget your kindness.

That being said, we are now the happy owners of a 10 month Old English Sheepdog female. We would love to list you as her veterinarian. Please let me know how to send you her vaccination records and have her/our information in your client portfolio.

Thank you will never be enough, but we hope to spend our next 16 years of dog ownership with you.

Linda Jorve
I can’t Facebook Message you anymore! I have a question for you, what’s the best way to contact you?
Laura is great with people and pets! She comes out to our house to take care of our mini donkey and goats. She is quick, efficient, and caring; plus she explains what she is doing and why. Highly recommend!
Where can I find a tilting horse stock you show on YouTube? Ronald Whitford DVM