Our Veterinary Services

Together, we provide extensive veterinary services, advanced treatment methods, and convenient access for our pet patients while building reliable and personalized relationships with our clients.

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Our 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.

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Imaging

  • High caliber digital radiology (x-ray) imaging with availability for STAT referral by boarded veterinary radiologist.
  • Advanced ultrasound imaging, with STAT referral by boarded radiologist.
  • Cancer screening
  • Intestinal obstruction
  • Adrenal pathology
  • Emergency assessment
  • Echocardiogram (heart ultrasound)
  • Thoracic (chest) ultrasound
  • Pregnancy detection and evaluation
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Laboratory

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

  • Routine and advanced dental disease prevention and treatment
  • Surgical extractions
  • Dental radiography
  • Bonded sealants
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Soft-Tissue Surgery

  • Corrective surgery for brachycephalic airway obstruction (Pugs, Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, etc)
  • Elongated soft palate resection
  • Stenotic Nares
  • Everted Laryngeal saccules
  • Corrective surgery for laryngeal paralysis – laryngeal tie-back surgery.
  • Advanced tumor/mass excision procedures
  • Skin tumors, lipomas
  • Trauma and wound treatment
  • Lacerations of all sizes
  • Devitalization injuries
  • Burns and hit-by-car treatment
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Abdominal Surgeries

  • GDV, splenectomy, cystotomy, nephrectomy, cholecystectomy
  • Foreign body removal
  • Cesarean section
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Orthopedic Surgery

  • TPLO (tibial plateau leveling osteotomy) surgery for cranial cruciate disease
  • Lateral suture (extracapsular repair) surgery for cranial cruciate disease
  • Fracture repair
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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^

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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^

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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.