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Clinic Since 1971
Welcome! Eastmont Animal Clinic strives to maintain a compassionate, friendly, and caring environment for your pet and you, the pet owner. Our services include general medicine and surgery, dentistry, routine diagnostics and stem cell therapy. We welcome new clients.
Our East Wenatchee office is conveniently located at 100 Valley Mall Parkway. You can find directions on the "Contact Us" page.
*****THIS SUMMER MANY OF OUR CLIENTS ARE REPORTING MORE ENCOUNTERS THAN USUAL WITH RATTLESNAKES. IF YOUR DOG OR CAT LIVES IN AN AREA WHERE RATTLESNAKES ARE SEEN OR IF YOUR PET ACCOMPANIES YOU ON TRAIL HIKES OR CAMPING, THEN WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND VACCINATING THE DOG OR CAT AGAINST RATTLESNAKE VENOM INTOXICATION. THE VACCINE IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE. PLEASE CALL THE CLINIC FOR DETAILS. ****
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To reduce your pet's anxiety we provide separate cat and dog entrances and waiting rooms.
We have a number of resources on our website to learn about preventive veterinary care, nutrition and caring for your pet's physical and social needs.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 509-884-7121.
At Eastmont Animal Clinic, our staff is dedicated to treating your pet as a valued family member.
Randy Hein D.V.M, M.S.
100 Valley Mall Parkway Suite 6
East Wenatchee, WA 98802
Appointments may be scheduled by calling during office hours 509-884-7121 The clinic is closed on weekends and major holidays.
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