Spokane Valley based Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center excels in the science of Veterinary medicine and was established in 1995. Since then Dr. Keith Clark and our team have excelled in compassionate veterinary care in the Spokane Valley area. Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center is a complete-service animal hospital whose goal is to supply the highest level of veterinary care for pets.


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  City Spokane, WA
  Zip Code 99201
  Address 510 S Sullivan Rd
  Phone Number (509) 928-7387

  • I would recommend this business

This was my second major thing I had to do for my dogs with them, and again I was delighted with the care my dogs and I received. My dog needed surgery to have a mass removed from her armpit. Not only did they take good care of her, but they answered all my questions and set me at ease. When I got home, in my bag of medication I found a toy! What an awesome touch to make it personal. Iā€™m so glad I found this place, and I will continue using them as long as I have dogs.

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  • I would recommend this business

From the adoption of two senior dogs all the way through their euthanized deaths several years later, Pet Vet employees have always been professional, kind, accommodating and incredibly compassionate. The treatment of myself and my beloved animals is above that of anyone else.

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  • I would recommend this business

We've been taking our dog to PetVet since we got him at 10 weeks old. They're very professional and helpful šŸ™‚ we will continue to use them as long as we can !

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  • I would recommend this business

We have been going to Dr. Clark for 10 Years now with our beloved Mya.
I can't imagine taking her anywhere else.
Dr. Clark and his staff treat Mya with such care and compassion. Mya is our "child" and without Regan & Dr. Clark by our side for the last 10 years , educating, calming, and guiding us , Mya wouldn't be as happy & healthy as she is šŸ™‚
We appreciate everyone at Pet Vet Hospital with special thanks to Shelley and Marianne for your kindness and smiles !
You won't find a better group than this one !

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From Our Website

Our goal continues to "Add years to your pet's life and life to your pet's years" as cost effective for you and pain free for your pet. Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center has the latest in ultrasound technology, therapeutic laser therapy, advanced dentistry such as root canals, oral digital radiography, highly educated and experienced staff members with a unique approach to keeping healthy pets healthy. Therapeutic laser therapy is a way to deliver drug-free, pain-free relief of inflammation and pain, reduces swelling, stimulates nerve regeneration and cells involved in tissue repair.


Here are some questions to ask to find out if a veterinarian, whether in a shelter setting or private practice, is operating under the best quality surgical methods. Injectable drugs are cheaper but far less safe than inhalant anesthesia, which can be adjusted continuously throughout surgery. Recovery from inhalant anesthesia is also smoother and safer for the dog. You would be hard pressed to find a human hospital that will perform elective surgery on you without baseline blood work. Many low-cost surgical programs just don't have the funds to provide their surgeons with basic sterile gowns and gloves for each surgery.


Current styles in advertising create pet food trends based on ingredients. Our primary concern is caring for your pet through proper nutrition. We understand that proper nutrition is derived from a balance of quality ingredients based on scientific research, not advertising. We can help you choose the right diet based on the pet's breed, body type, environment, activity level and possible medical issues. We offer prescription foods as well as regular maintenance diets. Our team of educated professionals can answer your questions.


Most pet owners have been in a situation like this: Buster slipped on the way down the stairs and now he's walking with a limp. It just happened - should you call us, or are you just being a worrywart? You're never wrong to call. If you're concerned about your pet, you should never feel embarrassed to call us at (509) 928-PETS (7387). Our doctors are used to emergencies and they prepare for them. We are available Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm and Tuesday, Thursday from 8:00am to 7:00pm.


We offer drug-free, pain-free, relief for your pet. Dr. Clark combines traditional medicine with more advanced technology. We are one of only 600 Veterinary Hospitals nationwide to offer this revolutionary technology. The following video demonstrates the technique as well as discusses some of the benefits. Our clients can testify of the benefits. Dr. Clark is so enthused that he will never practice veterinary medicine again without this technology.


Most experienced dog owners are familiar with common dog behavior problems, but some may wonder why dogs exhibit these behaviors. Barking, biting, chewing and many other common dog behaviors are often misunderstood and mishandled by dog owners. Perhaps you are new to dog ownership, considering getting a dog, or just wish to better manage your dog's behavior problems. Thoroughly understanding the most common dog behavior problems is the first step to solving and preventing them. A solid foundation of obedience training will help you prevent or better control common dog behavior problems.


Vaccines have become an emotional issue among pet owners. And, while the science of pet vaccines is always a work in progress, there are some undeniable facts. Animal vaccines help to control disease, many of which can affect people. At the top of the list is rabies. On WGN radio, Cook County Administrator of Rabies Control Donna Alexander, DVM said, Make no mistake, rabies does occur in the United States. We have a wildlife reservoir of rabies. The only reason-and I do mean the only reason-we don't see it in [people] in this country is because we have laws mandating vaccination.