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Practice Name

Valley Veterinary Clinic Twisp

Primary Location
20335 State Route 20
Twisp, WA 98856
Phone: 509-997-8452
Fax: 509-997-9240

Office Hours

DayMorningsAfternoons
Monday8 - 121 - 5
Tuesday8 - 121 - 5
Wednesday8 - 121 - 5
Thursday8 - 121 - 5
Friday8 - 121 - 5
SaturdayClosedClosed
SundayClosedClosed
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Pharmacy & Pet Supplies

Look for flea and tick control products, as well as most of the needed over the counter and prescription drugs for your pets, horses and livestock.

Dentistry and Your Pet

Oral care is just as important for your pet as it is for you.
By 5 years old, 60% of dogs have some degree of periodontal disease.

Gingivitis and associated mouth inflammation is extremely painful and may result in reluctance to eat, weight loss, and poor quality of life.

During routine preventative vaccinations we screen for retained baby teeth and abnormal tooth alignment.In addition, we will do a visual inspeciton of your animal's mouth by raising the lip also known as "flip the lip". This is to check for dental disease and is an important part of how we monitor the overall health of your pet.
Unlike humans, dogs and cats need to be anesthetized for dental procedures. An endotracheal tube is placed to avoid aspiration of fluids. A basic prophy includes manual removal of tartar, ultrasonic cleaning, and polishing of all tooth surfaces. Extractions may be necessary based on evaluation of an individual pet's periodontal disease status.

Extractions are now aided by the acquisition of a high speed nitrogen powered drill unit (NitAir). This unit will slice through (section) a tooth in seconds. And if your pet has broken a tooth off at the gum line, the NitAir allows us to easily drill out any retained roots.

We also offer a wide variety of products to help prevent plaque accumulation. These range from pet toothpaste to tartar prevention diets, and enzyme coated chews.

 

Surgical Care

Elective surgery is performed weekday mornings by appointment with most pets going home that same afternoon after 3:00 p.m.
For the safety of your pet we use isoflurane anesthesia for most procedures, and monitor with pulse oximetry, so a decrease in oxygen level or heart rate is detected immediately before it is too late.

Animals over 7 years of age and sick animals receive IV fluids as do all patients undergoing major procedures.

Preventative Health Care

Dietary Management of Disease

Class IV Therapeutic Laser

Why did we bring in Laser to Valley Veterinary Clinic?
Laser will help us treat a wide variety of conditions in both large and small animals. The following is a partial list of ailments that benefit from therapeutic laser treatment.

•Rhinitis, sinusitis
•Gingivitis, stomatitis and tooth extractions
•Rodent ulcers and feline acne
•Acute and chronic otitis
•Post-surgical
•Cervical and lumbar intervertebral disc disease
•Cystitis
•Feline asthma
•Bursitis and tendonitis
•Lick granulomas
•Pododermatitis
•Arthritis
•Fractures
•Sprains and strains
•Snake bites and bug/spider bites
•Hip dysplasia
•Pyotraumatic dermatitis (hot spots)
•Inflammatory bowel disease
•Dermatomyositis
•Trauma
•Anal sacculitis
•Tail fractures
•Rehabilitation


Some conditions will improve with one or two K-Laser Treatments, such as post-surgery or after declaw removal. Other conditions may require a series of visits over a few weeks. Examples include lick granulomas, otitis and trauma. And some chronic conditions may require regular maintenance K-Laser treatments, such as arthritis and disc disease.

Veterinarian of the year!

Valley Veterinary Clinic's Doctor Dan DeWeert, was awarded the Washington State Veterinary Medical Association (WSVMA) Veterinarian of the Year!

Per the WSVMA press release; "Dr. DeWeert was selected by his peers in recognition of an outstanding career in veterinary medicine through local, state and national veterinary association activities.  His remarkable contributions to practice, his community, and other professional endeavors are also considered exemplary."

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Services We strive to provide complete care for our patients. Learn more about all the services we provide. Make An Appointment We will do our best to accommodate your busy schedule. Schedule an appointment today! Online Forms Our patient forms are available online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.

Testimonial

"As clients of the Valley Veterinary Clinic for 12 years, we have received excellent services. Whether it be an emergency surgery, stitches, spay/neuter or a horse with colic at 3 A.M. on a Saturday or Sunday, they are always willing to make a house call or clinic call. They are truly the OTHER FAMILY DOCTOR."

- Jackie S. / Twisp, WA

Office Hours

DayMorningsAfternoons
Monday8 - 121 - 5
Tuesday8 - 121 - 5
Wednesday8 - 121 - 5
Thursday8 - 121 - 5
Friday8 - 121 - 5
SaturdayClosedClosed
SundayClosedClosed

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