The Stanwood-Camano Community Fair promotes an appreciation for our agricultural heritage, provides education about the role of agriculture in our lives while providing youth with a hands-on experience.
Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Stanwood is proud to participate in the fair each year, helping to bring awareness and appreciation for the importance of animal health and well-being to our community
4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization. In cooperation with Washington State University (WSU) Extension, Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Stanwood works with 4-H groups to educate youth about animal health and careers in veterinary medicine.
The Country Living Expo and Cattlemen’s Winterschool is a 3-day education exposition put on by WSU Skagit. The veterinarians at Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Stanwood have given educational talks as part of this event in order to help members of our community understand cattle care concepts from nutrition to intestinal parasites.
Old Dog Haven is a small nonprofit group using a large network of foster homes to provide a loving, safe home for abandoned senior dogs in western Washington.
Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Stanwood supports the exceptional work done by this organization by providing services to the senior dogs under their care at a discounted rate.
Camano Island Animal Shelter is a nonprofit organization with a managed-admissions no-kill animal shelter which is devoted to the care of homeless pets.
We are proud to support their important work by being one of their valued Business Partners.
Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Stanwood is always accepting new patients! Our veterinary team is committed to compassion and expertise in our care. We are passionate about supporting our community members and their pets. Get in touch today to book your first appointment.