We perform many elective surgeries in the field, including large animal castrations, feline neuters, small tumor biopsy or removal, and laceration repairs. If your pet requires more advance surgical treatment or we feel we cannot appropriately treat your pet in the field, we will are now able to treat your pet at our veterinary clinic located in Port Orchard.
We perform breeding consultation, reproductive examinations, artificial insemination, and pregnancy diagnosis on horses and livestock. We have equine breeding packages available. We also perform neonatal examinations on "new arrivals".
Vaccinations, Health Certificates & Microchip ID
We routinely perform vaccination in the field for both large and small animals. We are WSDA certified and USDA accredited to perform health certification for traveling pets, brand inspection, Coggins (EIA) testing, and Bangs (Brucellosis) vaccination. We also perform infectious disease testing (tuberculosis, brucellosis, Q-fever, caseous lymphadenitis). Microchip identification can be performed as well.
Flea & Parasite Management
We can test and treat parasites affecting your pets or livestock.
We have the latest information and products on addressing chronic pain and arthritis for your pets.
Nutrition & Behavior Consultation
We are happy to establish a nutrition program or discuss behavior and training strategies for your pet.
End of life services can be performed in the privacy of your own home or private location with your family and loved ones present. We are happy to accommodate any special requests to make this experience more meaningful, just let us know. Please visit our Resources page for additional information on euthanasia and grieving support.
Laboratory Testing & Prescription Refills
By law, patients must be examined annually to receive prescription medications. We are able to perform annual examinations, laboratory testing, and prescription refills in your home.
Educational Events, Seminars, & Non-profits
One of our greatest enjoyments is giving back to the community. We would be happy to speak at your next pet educational event, free of charge! We have a range of animal husbandry and care presentations and resources available. Have a non-profit event that you would like assistance with? Give us a call, we can help!
We have a portable diagnostic digital ultrasound imgaging system that can be used in both small and large animals for reproductive evaluation, abdominal scanning, and imaging masses and organs for diagnostic sampling. Our system is also excellent for evaluating soft tissue injuries, tendons and ligaments, in horses.
We are mobile! Enjoy the convenience of complete veterinary care for all your pets in the comfort of your home. We travel the entire Kitsap and Key Peninsulas, from the Hood Canal Bridge to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
We cover large animal (horses and livestock) emergency care in Pierce, Mason, and Kitsap Counties. We have haul-in facilities for cases requiring intensive veterinary care and close monitoring. At this time, we do not offer small animal (dog and cat) emergency care; please see this link for referral information. Examinations and Pre-purchase Exams
We pride ourselves on taking the extra time to thoroughly evaluate your pet. Every examination includes a complete intake of your pet's medical history, and full body systems evaluation from head to toe. Following the overall evaluation, we will then focus on specific issues and disease processes affecting your pet. Some of these issues mays include ear, eye, or skin conditions, dental disease, metabolic disease, gastrointestinal upset, parasites, respiratory or cardiac disease, lameness or arthritis, reproductive or urinary tract issues, and so on. We are also equipped to perform Equine Pre-purchase Examinations which includes a full documented report of our findings.
We have portable digital radiography, the most advanced technology available in modern imaging. We are able to take X-ray photos in the field, view these images immediately, and diagnose and treat your pet within minutes. We can also transmit images to the specialists for interpretation or surgical consultation. We are happy to save the images to a CD for you to view or share as well.
We utilize "gold standard" techniques when performing equine dentistry. Our process includes thorough examination of the oral cavity, sedation and pain medication tailored specifically to the patient, gentle restraint techniques, and non-invasive motorized floating equipment. We are proud to use PowerFloat® equipment.
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K-Laser Therapeutic "Cold" Laser
Laser therapy is an outstanding tool in veterinary medicine. We are excited to offer K-Laser to compliment, or in some cases replace, traditional medical therapy. We commonly use laser therapy for acute injuries, wound healing, arthritis and chonic pain, and dental disease. During each painless treatment, laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces inflammation, swelling, muscle spasms, stiffness, and pain. As the injured area returns to normal, function is restored and pain is relieved. Laser therapy is especially beneficial to pets who experience negative side effects with certain drugs.Laser therapy is safe and effective for all species.
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Video Endoscopy & Gastroscopy
We have recently added video endoscopy to our repetoire of diagnostic tools. Endoscopic examination is valuable in detecting upper airway disease in horses, and proximal gastrointestinal, stomach and esophageal disease in horses and small animals. Endoscopic examination can be performed at our clinic or on the farm.
Complete mobile veterinary care for all your pets & livestock