Please be advised: Canine Influenza "dog flu" has been identified in our state of Washington. This upper respiratory disease has the potential to cause serious simptoms in certain dogs. Dogs that are in contact with other dogs on a regular basis are at a greater risk of exposure. Thankfully there is a vaccine, which we carry, designed to protect against disease caused by the CIV H3N2 strain. Please contact our office if you would like more information on the CIV H3N2 virus or to schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to assess your dog's particular needs and health risks. If your pet is traveling to California or Nevada, please call us ahead of time as these two states are currently experiencing an outbreak. For further information, please follow the links below: 

It is our goal at Loyal Companion Animal Care to give you the tools necessary to keep your furry family members healthy and happy for as long as possible. With this in mind, we have created a new series of informational videos geared towards at home care. You can now watch the first three videos of this series by clicking on the link below, and stay tuned for new ones to be added soon!


Seasonal Promotions

Fresh Breath Promotion: Get a $30 discount on a dental cleaning or dental surgery when scheduling the procedure within 30 days of your pet's appointment

Client Loyalty Program: Refer a New Client to our practice and receive a $25 credit on your account to be used on products or services

NEW Client Promotion: New Client Only FREE initial exam and nail trim, 1 pet per client.  (Up to a $86 value!!!!)

Healthy MeowFREE initial exam and nail trim for your feline friend! Up to two cats, for New or Existing Clients! (Up to a $162 value!!!)



Please go to Promotion Section for more details.

Certified Feline Friendly Practice by AAFP

Our clinic is now a certified "Cat Friendly Practice" by the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP).   The Cat Friendly Practice program seeks to transform and elevate the delivery of feline veterinary care by:

  • Laying the groundwork for the delivery of care to the underserved feline population.
  • Identifying trends and baseline species information essential for understanding cats.
  • Acknowledging the essential role of the cat owner in the veterinary visit.
  • Providing support to veterinarians and their teams to create a cat friendly practice environment.
  • Outlining strategies for introducing changes in the delivery of care that incorporate a better understanding of the cat’s distinct needs and behaviors.

            Any questions?                          

Call our office at 425-868-7000 to make an appointment. Or use our contact form if you have any questions, requests or suggestions. 

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