Small Animal
Comprehensive care for your cat, dog, or exotic pet

Small Animal

Radiation treatments unavailable while new technology is installed

While new equipment is being installed at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, radiation treatments will be unavailable for an estimated nine weeks starting June 23.

Whether you live here on the Palouse in Pullman or Moscow, or you are like many of our clients who come from hundreds of miles away, we are devoted to providing your cat, dog, or exotic pet with the most comprehensive and advanced veterinary care and services available.

Our team of board-certified veterinarians, specialists, interns, residents, veterinary technicians, and fourth-year students are committed to treating our clients and patients with respect and compassion and working directly with you to develop just the right care plan for your pet. Simply put, we believe in treating each animal as if it were our own.

In addition to our experienced and highly trained team, our facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and diagnostic services, allowing us to handle any situation, ranging from primary health care to those requiring intensive, 24-hour-a-day specialized care.

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Special needs dog rescue seeks specialized care

WSU provides specialized veterinary care to many of the Double J Dog Ranch sanctuary’s permanent residents — all with disabilities ranging from neurological and orthopedic disorders to blindness and deafness.

Your gift supports care for all small animals in our hospital.

Questions about giving? Contact Kay Glaser or 509-335-4835.