Companion Veterinary Clinic Snohomish/Clearview

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Wellness Care, Geriatric/Hospice Care, Specialized Services for the Breeder/Exhibitor
Baer Hearing Testing,Genetic Testing, International Health Certificates, OFA Digital X-Rays, Reproductive Services.


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Tayhler and Amy representing CVC

Tayhler and Amy representing CVC


We won't say how we know this is EXACTLY true...


September is National Service Dog Month

They provide companionship, inspire confidence, and live to serve, protect, and assist their handlers. Guide dogs, seeing eye dogs, service pets, and assistance animals are helping their humans perform tasks, accomplish lifelong goals, embark on adventures, overcome debilitating mental illnesses, and safeguard military bases across the country and around the world.

That’s why it is so important to recognize the service dogs who dedicate their lives β€” and sometimes even risk their lives β€” to help human beings. National Service Dog Month, an annual awareness campaign held each September, is the perfect time to reflect on the roles service animals play in our lives.

Originally known as National Guide Dog Month, National Service Dog Month was first established in 2008 by actor, animal advocate, and Natural Balance Pet Foods founder Dick Van Patten. Inspired by what he experienced during a life-changing visit to the Guide Dogs of the Desert facility in Palm Springs, Calif., Van Patten launched a fundraising drive to benefit guide and service dog training schools throughout the country.

What started as one fundraiser has transformed into an annual celebration honoring the extraordinary work service animals do each and every day to help the people in their care.

So this September, celebrate National Service Dog Month 2015 the right way β€” consider donating your time or money to a local service animal training and advocacy organization. Or simply give your service dog the love and appreciation he or she deserves :)


A word of advise, please do not let your pet hang their head out an open window of a moving vehicle, it is extremely dangerous as they do not know to keep their eyes shut. All around they are tarring and chipping the roads and people have already had their windshields cracked, imagine what one of those "chips" will do to your pets eye. Remember that a dogs senses are extremely important, sight and smell are crucial to them and yes one of those "chips" can destroy precious eyes and noses. Keep them safe at all times, please keep them inside an air conditioned car (off the hot pavement) or at home. Thank you!


RIP to Jimmy Buffett, singer, songwriter, and fellow dog lover.





Scott Metzger Cartoons


Happy International Cat Day! 🐱 This is Convoy, the ship's cat aboard HMS Hermione, asleep in his tiny hammock in 1941.


Happy International Cat Day 🐱


"He that is thy friend indeed,
He will help thee in thy need:
If thou sorrow, he will weep;
If thou wake, he cannot sleep:
Thus of every grief in heart
He with thee doth bear a part.
These are certain signs to know
Faithful friend from flattering foe."

~ William Shakespeare , The Passionate Pilgrim



Prevent a litter month! In Honor of National Prevent a Litter Month Companion Veterinary Clinic is Offering a 10%-15% Discount On All Spay and Neuter Procedures on Select Days during the Month of Augu


This downloadable checklist will help you to prepare and keep your pet safe in possible emergency situations.


This is the second dog in the last two weeks that we’ve had come in to our hospital with this type of bone stuck around it’s mandible. Separate companies but the EXACT same design.

Please do NOT buy this type of bone for your pup! It’s not worth the risk. Luckily for this patient, our technician was able to wiggle it free but our previous patient was under general anesthesia for nearly a half hour while we went through every tool in our arsenal to saw through both sides of the bone safely.
Both dogs are lucky that they did not end up with lacerations or broken teeth.


I love this idea!!!!!


Have a fabulous Friday folks... ⁠


Famous cats in hiss-tory πŸ˜‰πŸˆβ€β¬›


The more you know, the safer your pets! 🧐 πŸ˜ƒ

There are A LOT more than on this list, so when it doubt, look it up!!




17424 State Rt. 9 SE
Snohomish, WA

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm


(360) 668-4810


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Parker and Gizmo’s annual teeth cleaning photo with Taylor!
I cannot say enough wonderful things about Dr. Ericson, Karen and the team. I was down with post-surgical complications from hip surgery and they saved my dogs life today. There are not enough words to thank them properly.
Nugget and Stir Fry seem to be improving. We are hopeful all is on the mend.

Please say a prayer for our foster puppies. Their prolapse recovery is not going very well today. Emergency vet visit to get them on board with fluids, more antibiotics and anti nausea medication. They are exhausted, but we are not giving up yet. Thank you again for your ongoing support! Thank you Companion Veterinary Clinic Snohomish/Clearview for being there in a pinch on a Saturday afternoon.
Little Justin Blue says thank you to everyone who saved his life yesterday ! We truly were just in time and his name is perfect for what he went through ! He'll be back to visit soon ! πŸ’œπŸ±πŸΎ
How much is a bunny check up? And the cost to spat her?
Found loose on hwy 9.
Please help find last seen skipley Road Snohomish Washington her name is Cordy missing last night
Here are four little orphans looking for homes! The bigger black one is from a different litter and the other three are siblings. Such sweet little ones and they are litter box trained!
These three are the ones you met this morning, all girls and about 7-8 weeks old. Litter box trained too !
Here are my rescues who are looking for a home. The tabby boy is in the crate and didn't want his picture taken, he looks just like the girls. The black ones are smokes and a girl and a boy. They are two months old and boxed trained. Getting fixed this weekend. Very sweet little felines ! Thanks for sharing them !