Has your pet suddenly started losing hair? Mange may be to blame. The common skin condition affect dogs, cats and rabbits, causing a variety of uncomfortable symptoms.View Article
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We are very pleased to announce a new veterinarian to Cherry Valley Veterinary, Dr. Kim Baker. Dr. Baker received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Washington State University. Prior to that she studied at the University of Arizona where she earned her BS and MS in Wildlife Conversation. Dr. Baker is a resident of Duvall and we welcome her to Cherry Valley Veterinary.
Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital will once again be participating in Duvall Days. Stop by our booth, we will have various give away items. Meet our new veterinarian Dr. Kim Baker and Cynthia Murdock will once again be joining us for "Ask the Trainer".
Summertime fun in Duvall, Cherry Valley Veterinary will once again be a proud sponsor of Summerstage, Sandblast, and hosting our annual fish pond at the 4th of July parade in Carnation.
We have a position available for a Veterinary Assistant or LVT. This is a full time position, competitive salary, excellent medical and other benefits. Experience in the field or near/recent graduation from an accredited program required.
Announcing new fecal testing technology. The Idexx reference lab has developed a new method, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs), for detecting the presence of roundworm, hookworm, and whipworm antigens your pet may be carrying. This testing method is highly accurate; we are very excited to offer this service and are incorporating antigen testing into our puppy and kitten packages.