Emergency Services Update
EMERGENCY ON CALL ANNOUNCEMENT
Since June 2016, we have been sharing emergency services through our partnership with Mount Vernon Veterinary Hospital to better serve our clients. Our collaboration will create one of the largest and most progressive equine healthcare providers in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, and Whatcom Counties.
Our clients will now have access to a total of six equine veterinarians. Quality of care for our equine patients will continue to be our top priority. We will provide coverage 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and the process to contact the veterinarian on call will not change. Simply dial the office number of your regular veterinarian, and the answering service will send the message to the veterinarian on call.
You can have complete confidence in all of our equine veterinarians and their ability to provide a consistent high level of care. Communication among all of the veterinarians will be emphasized to assure continuity of care.
In order to simplify the accounting process, payment at the time of service will be expected.
We appreciate your continued business, and look forward to serving you.
Please take a moment to get to know the doctors from Mount Vernon Veterinary Hospital.
We support or are directly involved with the following groups and activities:
Northwest Veterinary Clinic Client Education Series
SHS Equestrian Team
SHS student scholarships
Reserve Veterinary Corps
All Breed Goat Club
Veterinary tech internships
Veterinary student externships
In January 2014, Dr. Dan Haskins led a team to work with the great Christian people of the Bosongo Community & Veterinary Agri-Project. He went to the small villages around Kisii in western Kenya. Our work there focuses on improving the health of their livestock that is essential for their survival. We have also provided 14 new wells through the fundraising among the local community including Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Stanwood and the members. With our vision of “Empowering those who live in poverty to live with Hope”, we have established a primary school. 40 students have been enrolled so far with 2 teachers. These children are sponsored through scholarship programs as they are not financially stable enough to pay for the costs of school.