Dear Pet Parent, Thank you for your interest in the Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center. We share your desire to provide the best quality of life for your pet while understanding and respecting your need to prioritize other responsibilites as well. We want to help you get the most out of your healthcare investment. We do this by focusing on preventive medicine, offering wellness programs and providing exceptional client education. Our mission is to, Add years to your pet's life and life to your pet's years. We offer a "Preferred Client Program" which also offers additional savings.

Our existing clients understand that we always review treatment plans with them prior to providing health services as to empower them in the health care decision process. The extent of care given to any animal is ultimately determined by its owner. Dr. Clark informs our clients as to the medical needs of the pet. Then, recommendations are made to the owner as to their choices regarding the most important health care priorities for their pet. The final decision and choices rest with the owner. Dr. Clark is willing to and does go the extra mile for pet owners, but owners should be prepared that Dr. Clark's primary concern is to speak for the needs of the pet.

Thank you again for your interest and we look forward to serving you in the future.

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  Person Dr. Keith L. Clark
  City Veradale, WA
  Zip Code 99037
  Address 510 S. Sullivan Rd.
  Phone Number (509) 928-7387

Business Representative

Dr. Keith L. Clark

DVM

Dr. Clark attended BYU Idaho (Rick's College) and later received a Bachelor of Sciences in Microbiology from the University of Idaho. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University. He has a special interest in advanced dentistry and is a member of the American Veterinary Dental Society. His dad, Chad Clark, DVM was his role model. It was working with his Veterinarian father that he learned to serve others and care for animals.

After graduation he worked with his father doing mixed animals (large and small) for 8 years. Veterinary medicine was advancing so quickly that he decided to limit his focus to strictly companion animals (cats and dogs). This has given him the opportunity to provide the level of care he knows is available. His primary objective is to add years to your pet's life and life to your pet's years. He truly believes in keeping healthy pets healthy. He is very active in the community and is currently a Board of Director for Central Valley School District. The Spokane Valley has the rural values he grew up with along with a progressive outlook. He is very proud to be a member of this community.

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Our veterinary healthcare team is on duty 5 days a week and are trained and equipped to handle any urgent care your pet has. Emergencies can be things such a snail bait poisoning, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs emergency treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a team member can advise you on your particular emergency.

We are also available for urgent care when the condition is not life-threatening, but you feel your pet needs to be seen before you are able to get an appointment. Dr. Clark will work with you to be as accomadating as possible. When you arrive, our receptionists will be able to give you an estimate on how long you may have to wait in order to be seen.

Emergencies are accepted anytime our clinic is open. If you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call us or come to the hospital immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular emergency.

  • I would recommend this business

Dr. Clark and his staff took wonderful care of our four Labs - Dakota Bob, Cherokee Max, Simon Bailey and Bridget Breen - during the 20 years we lived in Spokane Valley and Spokane.

We were overwhelmed by Dr. Clark’s compassion twice when he came to our home - once with Regan and once with his his wife, Shelley - to help Dakota Bob and Cherokee Max cross Rainbow Bridge...

Although we now live in Franklin TN, we remain in contact with Dr. Clark and his staff. Bridget Breen, our three year old yellow Lab, misses her friends at the Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center.

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Wonderful staff! They are so good with animals. Best Vets In The Valley.

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Very Caring Staff and Doctors. Amazing Clean and Well Kept.Up. We feel like they treat our Girls with Care and Compassion. Everyone is so helpful and understanding. They are not fake like a lot of the other places are that do not give 2 hoots about your babies.

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A caring and professional staff who work hard to take care of our pets AND keep us informed as to what's happening in plain English

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We took George in to Dr. Clark to have him lance an abscess on the side of George's neck. Dr. Clark was very thorough with his exam. Dr. Clark found that two upper molars were basically rotted out. I just figured George was slowing down, hardly eating, and losing weight because he's getting older. No, not the case. He couldn't eat because it hurt to, and he couldn't tell us. He was slowing down because he was miserable. After Dr. Clark treated him and gave us the appropriate medication, George acts like a brand new dog. He just acts happier. He eats all his food, runs around like a puppy, and always acts happy. Thank you Dr. Clark, you literally saved George's life. Thanks for being so thorough. Our 13 year old dog/friend acts like a puppy again!

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I trust Dr Clark and his staff to take care of my 4 legged kids! They are professional and compassionate.

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Both the vetereanerians & staff are muc like family when it comes to caring for my four-legged children. My fur-babies may not favor hering the words: "We're going to the vet," but, when they arrive, the socialization begins. Treat your kids to visit Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center & see for yourself what a purely positive experience awaits yu & your fur-babies.

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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.


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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.