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Clover Valley Veterinary Services

Facility field at Clover Valley Veterinary Services


Educational Veterinary Links

General Links

WSVMA statement on Equine Lay Dentistry in Washington State

Read about the most current laws regarding equine dentistry in Washington State

Pet Loss Support at WSU

Information and resources for pet loss grievance. Also contains contact information for the Pet Loss Hotline, a service that helps people cope with grief and bereavement in the pending or past loss of a companion pet.

The Indoor Pet Initiative

Excellent resource on management strategies and behavior modification for indoor pets (dogs and cats) brought to you by The Ohio State University.

Excellent site developed by the Feline Advisory Bureau, a charity dedicated to promoting the health and welfare of cats through improved feline knowledge, to help us all care better for our cats.

Excellent site developed by the American Association of Equine Practitioners designed for the horse owner with information on husbandry, disease, nutrition and more.

Accurate, reliable information for pet owners on animal diseases, veterinary treatments, medications, and more.

Animal Poison Control Center

The best resource for animal poison-related emergencies developed by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Cornell University Poisonous Plant Database

A comprehensive list of poisonous plants for livestock and other animals developed by Cornell University Department of Animal Science.

Equine Nutrition Consultants

Send an email to one of the equine nutrition consultants:

Gina Frequez - Purina Land O Lakes

Natalie McGowen - Triple Crown Feed CHS

Standlee Feed Calculator

Contact a Kentucky Equine Research nutritionist today for a free consultation


Clover Valley Riding Center 360-265-0517

J's Eden Riding Stables 360-871-3631

Painted Valley Farms

Southworth Equine

The Riding Place

Orchard Equestrian CenterPioneer Performance Horses 


Center Valley Animal Rescue

Kitsap Humane Society

Save a Forgotten Equine

Pet Boarding & Pet Sitting

Alder Creek Pet Lodge

Comfy Creatures, Pam Gallagher 360-876-3794

Peninsula Pet Lodge

Posey's Critter Care

Relling Boarding Kennel, 360-373-1469

Sandbox Ranch Lodge 

Camp Bow Bow

General FAQ


If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please call us at (360) 917-5887. We request the courtesy of at least 48 hours’ notice for cancellations so that we may schedule another patient in your place.


We require full payment at the time that services are performed. For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx, and Care Credit.

Clover Valley accepts CareCredit, the healthcare card. CareCredit is North America's leading medical payments program. CareCredit lets you say yes to the best treatment for your pet immediately, and pay for it over time with low monthly payments that fit easily into your budget. You can use your CareCredit card for all your pet's follow-up care as well as annual exams and vaccines, so you can spend more quality time with your family pet.

Learn more by visiting or by calling us at (360) 917-5887.


Products that have left our facility cannot be returned. However, according to manufacturer guarantee, opened bags of dog and cat food may be returned or exchanged.


We are more than happy to process your prescription refills. We ask that you please give us 48 hours’ notice when refills are needed. Also, to ensure you do not run out of your pet's medication, please call for a refill when you have 3-4 days of medication left.

We do not recommend purchasing your pet’s medications from unknown online pharmacies. Our pharmacy can provide you safe, accurate refills at competitive prices.

Small Animal FAQ


We prefer to see patients by appointment to allow ample time for all patients and scheduled surgical procedures. Emergency cases will always be seen immediately, so an occasional appointment delay is inevitable. Please call us or use the email appointment form on our website to schedule your pet’s appointment.


Our office is open and a Customer Service Representative available Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM. Regular veterinary appointments are scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 5:30PM. For small animal emergencies, please contact a small animal emergency clinic.

Patient Arrival

For your pet’s protection and the protection of other pets, all dogs must be on a leash and properly controlled while in the waiting area; all cats must stay in a secure cat carrier while in the waiting area.

Equine FAQ


We prefer to see our large animal patients by appointment. Emergency cases will always be seen immediately, so an occasional appointment delay is inevitable. Please call us or use the email appointment form on our website to schedule your on-site appointment.


We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to handle large animal emergencies. Please call (360) 917-5887, ext. 2, to speak with our veterinarian on call- if it goes to voicemail, please leave a detailed message and someone will return your call shortly.

Geographic Area Covered

Our veterinary coverage is the entire Kitsap and Key Peninsulas, including Fox Island, Bainbridge Island and parts of Mason County. If you are unsure if we can come to your area, please give us a call at (360) 917-5887.

Large Animals Treated

We treat horses.

Equine Fecal Evaluation

Please provide us with 1 to 2 fresh fecal balls, minimally contaminated with bedding and not more than 24 hours old. Please refrigerate the sample prior to your appointment. Please label the bag with your name, the horse’s name and date. Samples can be dropped off at our facility or given to your veterinarian at an on-site appointment. As part of our veterinary-client-patient relationship, we do require an exam within the past 12 months in order to run any fecals.