Does Fido need vaccines? Maybe your equine partner is lame, or your cat sneezes non-stop. Perhaps you can’t figure out why your house hen isn’t laying eggs. Whatever ails your furry, feathered or scaled friend, there’s a veterinarian in Centralia, Chehalis or the larger Lewis County area that can help get her back to health.

The following guide will help you pick the right one for your guinea pig, cow or parrot. Whether you need a house call, an emergency vet, or one who’s open on Sundays, it’s all right here.

Cascade West Veterinary Hospital sees both large and small animals and will do farm calls. They also have a vet that does chiropractic work. Photo courtesy: Cascade West Veterinary Hospital.

Cascade West Veterinary Hospital

1305 South Gold Street, Centralia
360-736-3361 or 360-748-8961
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Cascade West Veterinary Hospital will see just about any animal you own. They see dogs and cats, as well as birds, pocket pets, horses, goats, and cows. They have specialized large animal veterinarians who make house-calls, but also have room for in-house appointments. They offer routine exams, surgery, chiropractic work and more, including ultrasound, accupuncture and digital x-ray. Aside from regular business hours, they also have an after-hours emergency on-call vet. Simply call 360-330-2760 to reach them. They accept care credit as a payment option.

Jackson Highway Veterinary Clinic in Chehalis offers a wide range of services, including an app that helps you keep track of all your pets’ records. Photo courtesy: Jackson Highway Veterinary Clinic.

Jackson Highway Veterinary Clinic

628 US Highway 12, Chehalis
Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Jackson Highway Veterinary Clinic specialize in dogs, cats and “pocket pets” such as guinea pigs. They have a full range of services including regular exams and preventative care such as vaccines and microchipping. They also offer dental and surgical procedures and have digital radiology and ultrasound capabilities as well. For those who need it, they offer both care credit and scratch pay as payment options. Can’t keep track of all your pet’s records? They’ve partnered with VitusVet, an app that keeps all that information at your fingertips.

Rolling Hills Veterinary Clinic is located in Winlock and sees both large and small animals. Photo courtesy: Rolling Hills Veterinary Clinic.

Rolling Hills Veterinary Clinic

225 Street Highway 505, Winlock
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 – 12:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Rolling Hills Veterinary Clinic in Winlock sees a variety of animals including dogs and cats, as well as pocket pets, rabbits, and the following livestock: chickens, geese, alpaca, goats, horses, cows and sheep. Aside from regular exams and preventive care (vaccines/microchipping), they also provide dental care, surgery, laser therapy and have digital x-ray. They offer care credit as a payment option.

South Fork Veterinary Services

1035 State Route 508, Chehalis
Tuesday – Thursday: 8:00 am. – 6:00 p.m.

South Fork Veterinary Services is open three days a week and sees dogs, cats, rabbits, sheep, goats, horses, pigs and cows. Dogs and cats are done in clinic, for the most part, while livestock are house calls. They offer routine exams, including health certificates and vaccines, as well as dentals, x-rays, ultrasounds and some surgical procedures. They accept care credit as a payment option.

Timberland Veterinary Hospital

2150 US Highway 12, Ethel
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 – 12:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Timberland Veterinary Hospital is the only one in Lewis County with Sunday hours. They see dogs, cats and exotics. Along with routine care – including vaccines, dentals and surgery – they specialize in canine reproduction. They also have laser therapy and carry a full line of natural supplements.

Paros Large Animal Veterinary Services

Farm Calls Only
Hours Vary

Paros Large Animal Veterinary Services performs house calls for horses, cows, sheep and goats. They serve the following areas in Lewis County: Centralia, Chehalis, Morton, Mossyrock, Napavine, Onalaska, Randle Toledo, Winlock and Vader. For all species, they offer a wide range of services including clinic examinations, health certificates and vaccinations; lameness and pre-purchase exams; laboratory diagnostics; sport medicine and injections; field surgeries; and reproductive services including artificial insemination.

Ford’s Prairie Animal Clinic

Ford’s Prairie Animal Clinic is a dog and cat clinic with an on-site laboratory, meaning you will get results quicker on a lot of tests. Photo courtesy: Ford’s Prairie Animal Clinic.

2530 Harrison Ave, Centralia
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

Ford’s Prairie Animal Clinic sees dogs and cats. They have an on-site laboratory that allows them to do some tests without sending out to a third party, including serum chemistry, hematology, serology, urinalysis and parasite testing. Dental services include ultrasonic tooth cleaning, dental extractions/minor surgeries. Routine care is provided including vaccines/microchipping. They also can perform laser surgery. Ford’s Prairie Animal Clinic has a 24-hour emergency on call service: 360-520-0021.

River Bend Pet Center

311 Hamilton Road
Chehalis, Washington

River Bend Pet Center and Veterinary Services is located between exit 74 and 72 off I-5, making it easy to access for Western Lewis County. They offer boarding for both dogs and cats, force-free obedience training, fear-free puppy socialization classes, day-play for dogs and a beautiful private pay-to-play dog park. River Bend Pet Center will exceed your expectations.

“Dr. Fay and her crew are amazing caregivers to our community’s pets and their families,” says Charlene Roberts.

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