Prosser, WA 99350

Phone: (509) 786-1393

Fax: (509) 786-7084


Mon-Fri 7:45AM - 5:30PM
Sat-Sun Closed
from 12:00pm - 2:00pm
for staff meetings





 For after hour emergencies, please call our affiliated emergency hospital at:

Pet Emergency Services

509 547 3577




Welcome to the Prosser Animal Hospital

We are proud to announce that Kathy Worley is the # 1 pet groomer in Washington State! According to USA Groom Team.

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For over three decades, it has been our goal to provide your pet with quality veterinary care and to afford our clients prompt, courteous service. Prosser Animal Hospital is a full service Veterinary Hospital and we look forward to helping you enjoy the happiness that a healthy pet can provide.

 Animal medicine has made great strides in recent years and pets are now enjoying much longer and more trouble-free lives with the aid of qualified and conscientious health care.

Regular staff meetings and outside continuing education help keep the staff knowledgeable of services and ways to make your visit as pleasant and beneficial as possible. Doctors are also away from the office occasionally for continuing education. We are constantly bringing back new ideas and equipment to aid you and your pet. Your understanding and enthusiasm for these efforts is appreciated.

"Our hospital personnel work very hard at being attentive, polite, and caring. All of the staff are pet owners and understand the needs of the people they are serving."

We are committed to the following values:

  • Excellence in veterinary medicine and surgery through a dedicated and caring professional staff.

  • Clint education in the principles of good health, preventive medicine, and proper nutrition for their pets.

  • Compassion for, and understanding of, the needs of our individual patients and their families.

    Did you know that regular

     dental cleaning can help

     your pet live longer?

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    What's New

    We are now offering Laser Therapy!!



    Pet Care Library


    Ethylene Glycol Poisoning

    How do animals get ethylene glycol poisoning?

    Dogs and cats are attracted to ethylene glycol by its sweet taste. Many

    animals will voluntarily drink ethylene glycol if antifreeze is spilled or

    leaks onto garage floors or driveways.

    What are the signs of ethylene glycol

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    Why do cats fight? wounds_-_fight_wound_infections-1

    Cats are instinctively very territorial. They fight with other cats to protect their territory or to acquire more territory. As a result, fight wounds are common in cats. In cats, over 90% of infected wounds result from cat bites sustained during a fight with another cat. Dog, rat and other rodent bites can occur but they are much less common.

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    What is heat stroke?

    Heat stroke is a term commonly used for hyperthermia or elevated body temperature. Generally speaking, if a pet's body temperature exceeds 103°F (39.4°C), it is considered abnormal or hyperthermic. Body temperatures above 106°F (41°F) without previous signs of illness are most commonly associated with exposure to excessive external or environmental heat and are often referred to as heat stroke. The critical temperature where multiple organ failure and impending death occurs is around 107°F to 109°F (41.2°C to 42.7°C).

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