East Wenatchee opening July 1st to new location 101 4th street SE East Wenatchee WA 98802

Our Veterinary Services

The Cascade Veterinary Clinics proudly offer individualized services for patients within the North Central Washington area that focus on delivering best-in-class veterinary care. These services range from routine diagnostics and preventative care, including urgent pet care in the event of any emergency.

Urgent Care

Urgent Care

If you feel your pet needs emergency medical assistance, it is important to keep calm, as assistance is not far away.

Please contact us immediately. If our veterinarian is unavailable to treat or if it is outside of regular business hours, please refer to our emergency referrals page. Appointments are not required for emergencies, but it is necessary to call ahead; doing so will enable us to better prepare for your arrival.

We understand this is a stressful time, but keep calm and try not to worry. Please remember to drive carefully, knowing your pet will soon be under the care of experienced and highly skilled professionals.

Diagnostics

Imaging

Imaging

  • Digital Radiology (X-ray) Imaging
    • High-caliber digital radiology (x-ray) imaging with availability for STAT referral by boarded veterinary radiologist.
  • Ultrasound Imaging
    • Advanced ultrasound imaging, with STAT referral by boarded radiologist.
  • Echocardiogram (heart ultrasound)
  • Thoracic (chest) ultrasound
  • Pregnancy detection and evaluation

Specialized Imaging

  • Cancer screening
  • Intestinal obstruction
  • Adrenal pathology
  • Endoscopy
  • Otoscope

Laboratory

  • Blood Diagnostic Testing:
    • Full complement of in-house blood diagnostic testing
    • Comprehensive metabolic panels to assess specific and general organ functions.
    • Blood gas measurements
    • Kennel-side STAT blood tests (iStat)
  •  Hormone Disorders:
    • Thyroid Disease (hyperthyroidism/hypothyroidism), Cushing’s Disease, Addison’s Disease, Diabetes
    • Cytopathologic Analysis:
    • Cytopathologic analysis by boarded pathologist in one hour

Surgical

Fracture Repair

Fracture Repair

More info coming soon!

Abdominal Surgery

  • GDV, splenectomy, cystotomy, nephrectomy, cholecystectomy
  • Foreign body removal
  • Cesarean section (C-Section)

Soft Tissue Surgery

  • Brachycephalic Airway Procedures:
    • Corrective Surgery for Brachycephalic Airway Obstruction (Pugs, Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, etc)
    • Elongated Soft Palate Resection
    • Stenotic Nares
  • Laryngeal Procedures:
    • Everted Laryngeal Saccules
    • Corrective Surgery for Laryngeal Paralysis – Laryngeal tie-back surgery.
  • Tumor and Mass Excision:
    • Advanced tumor/mass excision procedures
    • Skin tumors, lipomas
  • Trauma and Wound Care
    • Lacerations of all sizes
    • Devitalization injuries
    • Burns and hit-by-car treatment

Orthopedic Surgery

  • TPLO
  • Lateral Suture (extracapsular repair) surgery for cranial cruciate disease
  • Fracture Repair

Laparoscopy

More info coming soon!

Endoscopy/Rhinoscopy/Otoscopy

More info coming soon!

General Medical Care

Dentistry

Dentistry

  • Dental disease prevention and treatment
  • Surgical Extractions
  • Dental radiography
  • Bonded sealants
general care

General Medical Care

More info coming soon!

Preventative & Wellness Care

Preventative Care

Preventative Care

Puppy Preventative Care

* = based on risk assessment
^ = recommend at least one, ideally 2 fecal floats (Idexx standard) during puppy protocol.

Age Vaccines Treatment Diagnostics Communication
8 weeks Da2pp, Bordetella*

Interceptor

Vectra*

Fecal float^

Pet insurance

Parvo prevention

Spay/neuter

12 weeks Da2pp, Lepto, Rabies

Interceptor

Vectra*

Fecal float^ Parvo prevention
16 weeks Da2pp, Lepto

Interceptor

Vectra*

Microchip

Fecal float^ Discuss/schedule spay/neuter

For dogs under 20 weeks of age, give at least two Da2pp/Lepto boosters with the last one after 16 weeks of age. Goal is for Da2pp boosters to be given every 2-4 weeks until at least 16 weeks of age.

For dogs over 20 weeks of age, single Da2pp vaccine is considered protective, but Lepto vaccine needs to be boostered after 2-4 weeks no matter age of dog.

Kitten Preventative Care

* = based on risk assessment
^ = recommend at least one, ideally 2 fecal floats (Idexx standard) during puppy protocol.

Age Vaccines Treatment Diagnostics Communication
8 weeks Fvrcp Revolution Fecal float^

Pet insurance

Spay/neuter

12 weeks Fvrcp, Leukemia, Rabies Revolution Fecal float^
16 weeks Fvrcp, Leukemia

Revolution

Microchip

Fecal float^ Discuss/schedule spay/neuter

For cats under 20 weeks of age, give at least two Fvrcp/Felv boosters with the last one after 16 weeks of age. Goal is for two Fvrcp boosters to be given every 2-4 weeks until at least 16 weeks of age.

For cats over 20 weeks of age, single Fvrcp vaccine is considered protective, but Leukemia vaccine needs to be boostered after 2-4 weeks no matter age cat.

Adult Cat Preventative Care

* = based on risk assessment
^ = recommend at least one, ideally 2 fecal floats (Idexx standard) during puppy protocol.

Age Vaccines Treatment Diagnostics Communication
1-6 years Fvrcp 3y, FeLV 1y*, Rabies 3y depending on previous schedule Revolution and/or Profender^ Fecal float

Dental evaluation, recommend dental if grade 2 or higher

Discuss benefits of monthly parasite prevention

7+ years Fvrcp 3y, FeLV 1y*, Rabies 3y depending on previous scheduel Revolution and/or Profender^

Fecal float

Senior screen labwork annually

Dental evaluation, recommend dental if grade 2 or higher

Discuss benefits of monthly parasite prevention

Discuss benefits of annual senior screening labwork

If pre-existing condition, semiannual or more frequent monitoring

If no vaccine history or extended time since previous vaccines, Fvrcp and rabies vaccines are good for 1 year after initial vaccine.

Regardless of age, an initial FeLV vaccine must be boostered in 2-4 weeks and then annually. Should also be reboostered if greater than 18 months has passed since annual FeLV.

Adult Dog Preventative Care

* = based on risk assessment

Age Vaccines Treatment Diagnostics Communication
1-6 years Da2pp 3y, Lepto 1y, Rabies 3y depending on previous schedule Interceptor
(monthly)Bravecto*
Fecal float

Dental evaluation, recommend dental if grade 2 or higher

Discuss benefits of monthly parasite prevention

7+ years Da2pp 3y, Lepto 1y, Rabies 3y depending on previous schedule

Interceptor

(monthly)Bravecto*

Fecal float

Senior screen labwork annually

Dental evaluation, recommend dental if grade 2 or higher

Discuss benefits of monthly parasite prevention

Discuss benefits of annual senior screening labwork

If pre-existing condition, semiannual or more frequent monitoring

If no vaccine history or extended time since previous vaccines, Da2pp and rabies vaccines are good for 1 year after initial vaccine.

Regardless of age, an initial Lepto vaccine must be boostered in 2-4 weeks and then annually. Should also be reboostered if greater than 18 months has passed since annual Lepto.

Holistic Care

Holistic Care

  • Laser treatment
  • Acupuncture