Collaborative, Quality Veterinary Care in Lacey, WA
Companion Veterinary Hospital has helped over 10,000 of your friends, neighbors, and colleagues deal with a wide range of pet ailments. We can help you too! Call 360-455-8090 to get started.
Offering a comprehensive range of veterinary services
At Companion Veterinary Hospital, we are proud to offer a comprehensive range of services to address your pet’s specific veterinary needs. For any questions on our high-quality services or if you would like to schedule an appointment, call us today.
Our pet wellness comprehensively assess every aspect of your pet’s health.
Companion Veterinary Hospital is proud to offer state-of-the-art facilities and equipment.
Pet Dental Care
At Companion Veterinary Hospital, we offer complete pet oral health services.
In-House Pet Lab
We offer fast and accurate diagnostics for your pet so that we may treat them.
Meet Our Veterinary Team in Lacey, WA
Want to get to know us? Meet the team of Companion Veterinary Hospital.
If you live in the Lacey area in WA, you have picked the perfect site to find a veterinarian. Dr. Sommerville and Dr. Hoaglund are veterinarians giving compassionate care with a personal touch in treating your cats and dogs. Your pet’s health and well-being are very important to our team and we will take every step necessary to give your pet the best possible care.
Your preferred veterinarian in Lacey, WA
We know you have a lot of choices when choosing quality veterinary care in Lacey, WA, and we’re happy that you’ve decided to join the Companion Veterinary Hospital family.
We’ve been coming to companion veterinary hospital since 2000 and have seen this place grow. The new veterinarian is an excellent addition. She is very attentive, therapeutic, and gives excellent patient teaching fornyour companion’s plan of care.
We just got a new puppy and when we went in for his first visit, they spent a lot of time going over what our puppy needed in reference to his shots, food, and overall health. They did a very thorough check-up and gave me some tips and tricks to use for some behavior issues.
Just moved to the area. My dog picked up a bacterial conjunctivitis at a boarding facility and I brought him to companion for an exam/treatment. The staff was friendly and knowledgeable and he was diagnosed and treated appropriately. Couldn’t ask for more!
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