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Closed for the Labor Day Weekend

We will be closed Saturday, September 5th - Monday, September 7th for Labor Day weekend.
We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, September 8th.
Happy Labor Day! Stay safe & we will see you soon!

We're an Airvet Hospital!

Pet care should extend beyond the walls of our office and be accessible to you and your pets no matter where you are or when you need help. With our new Airvet app, you'll be able to connect with your veterinarian virtually via live video, audio, and chat. We use Airvet to do virtual exams and to provide you access to a veterinarian when you need immediate help after-hours.

Download our Airvet app now!

You can download the mobile app from the Google Play or Apple Store by clicking one of the links below (you must be using your mobile phone in order to install the application).

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SouthCare COVID-19 Update

March 15, 2020

SouthCare Animal Medical Center is carefully monitoring the developing situation with respect to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.

We have no plans for closure at this time and we are still offering all services including all inpatient and outpatient services, surgery and dentistry. In the event the CDC or Washington State department of Health or Spokane Regional Health District issue recommendations stating otherwise we will continue to offer care for patients with medical or surgical needs.

In an effort to limit the potential transmission of any respiratory illness, we are now offering curbside services to drop off your pet. Anyone can use these services for any reason. Just call ahead and we will make arrangements. If you are feeling sick and have “flu-like” symptoms please use the curbside service and let us know so we can take extra protective measures for our staff.

⦁ Curbside service for drop off and pick up for outpatient services.
⦁ Curbside service for medication, and food pickup.
⦁ Payments made by phone or with portable services in parking lot

We are also working on providing Telemedicine services for our clients and patients in the upcoming days. Once this service is available we will notify all our clients by email and social media posts.

Lastly, there are a few reports of human to dog transmission of COVID-19. Most reports describe either no symptoms or at most very mild symptoms in dogs. There is a coronavirus vaccine for dogs but unfortunately it does not protect against this novel strain. This is a developing situation and we will be monitoring it closely. We will post any updates in regard to dogs and COVID-19 on our Facebook page as we receive them.

As always, please contact us by email or phone if you have any questions. We will do our best to notify everyone promptly with any changes to our service.

Thank you for your continued trust in us to keep your pets healthy.

Greg Benoit, DVM

The New Coronavirus and Companion Animals

We know that you may have some questions about COVID-19 and the health of your pets. Please read our blog to get your most frequently asked questions answered.

The New Coronavirus and Companion Animals

If you are worried about the health of your pet please contact us at 509-448-4480.

You can also schedule an exam by CLICKING HERE.