(360) 377-3801 · 4241 State Hwy 3W Bremerton WA 98312

Doctors are on Staff:  7 days a week 8:00am-10:00pm &  Holidays 9:30 am-8:30 pm

Closed Christmas Day and New Years Day

  After hours staff is present for monitoring hospitalized patients,

answering urgent questions and scheduling appointments

E-Mail: AllCreatures24hr.com

Available 24/7

Our Hospital services include
 
 Thorough and unhurried examinations for all types of pets: Feline, Canine, Pocket Pets, Avian, Reptile and all other Exotic species
 Client education for husbandry, vaccines & zoonotic diseases
In- house diagnostics both routine and emergency; including
blood analysis, urinalyses, cytology, and histopathology
Ultrasound and Echocardiogram Services are available by appointment.
Full service Pharmacy and special medication order availability
Online full service pharmacy/food delivery (online price match for online pharmacies/stores)
 
Emergency Services
Emergency Examinations available from 7am to 10pm daily (dependant upon availabilty)
Emergent surgeries (foreign body, c-sections, pyometras and GDV(bloat) just to name a few) with 24/7 hospital care monitoring by Licensed Veterinary Technicians
State of the art digital radiography (specializing small animal, exotic and dentistry)
 
Surgeries
Spays/Neuters for both small animal and exotics
Comprehensive dental cleaning and extractions, both small animal and exotic species
Surgical Monitoring: Including pulse/heart rate, oxygen blood levels, blood pressure and temperature monitoring by our licensed veterinary technicians and our Veterinarians
Challenging internal medicine cases, selected orthopedic surgeries

 

In addition to our daily operating hours our facility offers urgent services from 9pm until 10pm daily.  We are open on Sundays and most holidays from 9am to 7:30pm.

 After hours on-site technical staff members are available to answer urgent questions and schedule appointments.  Technical staff is present 24 hours per day for urgent care monitoring.

 


Springtime Wildlife in Washington State

 

fawnWestern Washington has a population explosion of wildlife babies born every spring usually beginning in April and lasting until the end of June.

We all love to watch the new baby birds leaving their nests for the first time; baby bunnies, raccoons, squirrels, or opossums exploring away from their mothers and especially the beautiful fawns we see sometimes standing or lying on the sides of the road. 

Unlike humans, wildlife mothers leave their nests for several hours at a time. There are usually two reasons for this. The first is to search for food and the second is to teach their babies survival instincts.

 

Fireworks and Pets: A Bad Combination


Author: Dione L. Black, LVT
 
For most American families, Independence Day is a day filled with BBQ, fun and fireworks. Communities enjoy watching the colorful and dazzling displays of lights that sparkle and light up the night sky. The bangs, booms and whistles that accompany these displays only add to our excitement. For most pets, however, the 4th of July is filled with terror and fear.

 

 

February is Dental Health Month!

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Oral Hygiene

Your pet's dental health is a part of his/her healthy foundation. Gingivitis and periodontal disease are a reality for your pet as much as they are for you!
Periodontal disease doesn't just affect your pets teeth, gums and the deterioration of the jaw bone, it impacts their entire general health.
The bacteria that is present with dental disease cir­culates through the blood stream and can cause damage to the heart, kidneys and liver.

Marijuana Toxicity

Marjuana Dangers for your pets 
 
By: Irene S. Choi, DVM
 
There has been a lot of talk about Marijuana recently with the passage of new laws allowing recreational marijuana use.   Unfortunately, there hasn’t been as much discussion about the dangers of pets ingesting marijuana.