Our vets at Raintree Veterinary Hospital don't see cats with urinary tract infections often, but when we do they are usually in senior cats or kitties that have another urinary tract problem or disease. In this blog, our Hoquiam vets discuss the symptoms, causes, and recovery process of urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.
Veterinary Care You Can Trust
Since 1980, Raintree Veterinary Center has been providing friendly, high-quality veterinary care to pets and their owners in Hoquiam and beyond.
The Services Your Pet Needs
From preventive care to surgery and more - at Raintree Veterinary Hospital in Hoquiam WA our vets offer the services your pet needs to stay healthy.
Helping Injured Pets Recover Faster
At Raintree Veterinary Hospital we offer veterinary cold laser therapy and massage therapy services as a non-invasive option for promoting rapid healing.
Focused Veterinary Care for All Ages
Whether your pet is new to this world or enjoying their golden years, our vets have services focused on your dog or cat's specific age-related needs.
Welcome to Our Hoquiam Vet Hospital
Raintree Veterinary Center is a full-service animal hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs in Hoquiam and the surrounding areas.
From preventive care and surgery to therapeutic massage and cold laser treatments, our broad and varied service offering can meet all of your pet’s health needs under one roof.
At Raintree Veterinary Center we have been caring for dogs and cats in Hoquiam WA since 1980 and have developed a reputation over the years for quality, professional care with a friendly touch.
Our team of experienced Hoquiam vets take pride in living up to the standards of veterinary excellence laid out by the American Animal Hospital Association!
Our Hoquiam vets can help protect your dog or cat from a number of serious diseases and conditions using regular vaccinations and parasite prevention services.
Routine exams are a core component of our preventive approach to your pet's long-term health. Our wellness exams cover your pet's general condition from nose to tail.
Our Hoquiam veterinarians provide the services and proactive treatments your senior pet needs to maintain optimal health and comfortable mobility for years to come.
If your dog is suffering from pain and mobility issues due to a torn or injured cranial cruciate ligament TPLO surgery at Raintree Veterinary Center can help.
Dr. Brown has been offering TPLO surgery for pets in Hoquiam, Grays Harbor County, Ocean Shores, Aberdeen, Montesano, and beyond since 2006. You can trust our skilled team of veterinary professionals to help get your dog running comfortably once again.
Everyone was very helpful, And set my mind at ease and took very good care of my dog, And charged me a very reasonable price.
At Raintree Veterinary Center our team loves working with each other, and with our clients. Our goal is to provide exceptional care every time you visit.
Our Hoquiam diagnostics lab and imaging technology allows our vets to diagnose your pet's condition quickly so that treatment can begin right away.
Our vets take pride in providing Hoquiam pets and their owners with high-quality veterinary care they can count on.
Our veterinary hospital takes pride in partnering with a number of local outreach programs designed to give back to our community.
Tips & Advice From Our Team
Whether you are looking for advice about parasite protection or information on common pet illnesses, our blogs feature tips and advice from our Hoquiam team of veterinary professionals that will help you to keep your pets healthy and happy.
Whether your feline friend is an indoor cat or outdoor adventurer there is a myriad of ways that your cat could injure a leg or paw and wind up limping. But injuries aren't the only reason for cat limping. Here our Hoquiam vets share a few common reasons for limping in cats and what you should do.
At Raintree Veterinary Hospital cranial cruciate ruptures in dogs are the orthopedic surgeries we conduct most often. A cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) in a dog can also be called ACL. This helps connect the upper leg bone to the lower leg bone. In this blog, our Hoquiam vets discuss the reasons why a dog's CCL is prone to becoming ruptured, and how this injury can be treated.