The Veterinary Teaching Hospital has a new online patient portal where you can see your upcoming appointments, view invoices, or make a payment online.
If your last appointment with us was before November 1, 2023, please call 509-335-0711 and we can help you set up an online patient portal account.
Once we have created your online account, you will receive an email with a link to reset your password (please check you junk mail folder, if you don’t see an email in your inbox). After you have reset your password, you will be prompted to log into the online patient portal.
Caring for your dog or cat through all stages of its life.
Primary, emergency, and specialized care for horses and other equine.
If it hops, flies, scurries, or slithers, we are ready to provide the highest levels of care.
Comprehensive care in the field and at the hospital.
Anesthesiology, diagnostic imaging, pathology, pharmacy, and more.
Refer a patient, see current clinical studies, or learn about continuing education opportunities.
Found injured wildlife? Call first
It is easy to mistake healthy wildlife for one that may be orphaned or injured.
Veterinary Technician Opportunities
The WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital offers a variety of special services for veterinary technicians, from working with exotics to equine surgery to anesthesia, neurology, cardiology, oncology, radiology, internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, emergency services, orthopedic surgery, shelter medicine, equine surgery and medicine, reproduction, agricultural animals, animal rehabilitation, and our Clinical Simulation Center.
We offer our technicians a wide range of competitive benefits, including: medical, dental, retirement, life insurance, 12 paid holidays per year, sick leave, overtime, and vacation.
Grateful Client Giving
-Anne Hensley, veterinary hospital client
Take a Tour
Interested in a behind-the-scenes look of our Veterinary Teaching Hospital?
Hospital stories | Health topics
Pullman is located in the Palouse region of the Inland Northwest, homelands of the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) Tribe and Palus people. The Palouse has one of the most beautiful and unique landscapes in the world. Rolling hills and wide-open skies give the region its distinctive appeal.
Photo credit – kencarperphotos.com