Silverdale, Bremerton, Poulsbo Veterinary Care
Complete professional veterinary health care services for the Silverdale, Bremerton, Poulsbo, Suquamish, Seabeck, Belfair and surrounding areas.
At Central Valley Animal Hospital and Surgery Center, our hospital is equipped with the latest in cutting-edge technology. We offer a full range of pet health care services including pet wellness exams, immunizations, microchipping, dental care (including dental x-rays), digital radiology, nutrition advice, digital radiography and a complete diagnostic laboratory to provide you with fast results, often while you wait. We also provide pet prescription medication refills at competitive prices, pet behavioral consultations, dermatology care, laser surgery, qualtiy of life consultations, peaceful pet euthanasia, and more. Call us for the veterinary care you've always wanted for your furry family members.
Our veterinarians' number one goal is to provide optimal loving care to your pet so you can enjoy more quality time with your furry companion!
All surgeries (soft-tissue and orthopedic) are performed using a CO2 laser - no more scalpel blades! There is never an additional fee for the use of this technology. Dr. Waters has received advanced training in the use of surgical laser techniques and has been performing laser surgery for over 10 years. Why? Because of the significant benefits it offers our patients. Less bleeding, less pain, reduced risk of infecion, and faster recovery time!
Also, we are happy to offer ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY and we have 2 surgical suites available for your convenience! The most common orthopedic problem we see is a ruptured cranial cruciate ligament of the knee in dogs, also known as an ACL or CCL tear. We perform the 3 most common techniques of repair: the TPLO, the TTA, and the Lateral Suture technique. WHY TRAVEL TO SEATTLE OR TACOMA FOR MAJOR SURGERY? Plus, not only will you find our care to be top-notch, our prices beat most competitors, hands-down. Call for a consultation!
recent news & events
July 13, 2015
Your pet’s cranial cruciate ligament failure can now be treated surgically using the Modified Maquet... Read More >>
May 21, 2015 Many snail and slug baits contain the active ingredient metaldehyde, which is highly toxic to pets. Snail and slug bait is typically available in pellet form; these chewable pellets are often combined with molasses, apples and bran which is added to attract the slugs and snails. Read More >>