Pet Services

Looking for Veterinary Services in Woodland?

We’re pleased to offer the following services at Woodland Veterinary Hospital:

Wellness Blood Screens

Diagnostic Lab work

Parasite Control – Fleas, Ticks, Heartworm, and various parasites are present in our environment everyday and pose health risks for our pets. Monthly preventatives for cats and dogs are recommended year-round in our Pacific Northwest’s climate. Products we carry include: Bravecto, Centragard (Feline), Cheristen (Feline), Comfortis, Frontline, Heartgard, Nexgard, and Revolution.

Routine Fecal Tests (including prior to 4H Shows, Boarding, Daycare & Training) – 

Routine parasite screenings help indicate our pet’s internal health. Many pet facilities and animal-related events require these screenings to ensure the health and safety of animal participants when brought together in large groups. Fecal tests for parasites include testing for parasitic worms, coccidiosis, giardia, ova, and parasites of microorganisms that may be in your pet’s gastrointestinal tract. Additionally, some of these parasites and microorganisms can affect multiple species in the household, including us!

More information on Parasites check out our Trupanion’s Resource on Parasites and Prevention

Health Certificates (Domestic and International) – Traveling with your pet? Information with destination addresses, contact persons, dates, and medical history for your pet is an important piece of traveling with your companion.

Domestic travel (Interstate) travel requires Exam, Rabies Vaccine, and Health Certificate within ten days of travel; we recommend planning for your trip at least six months in advance and discussing with your Veterinarian appropriate vaccines and requirements for the geographical location you plan to travel. For more information please visit the USDA’s Website for Interstate Travel

International Travel may require more comprehensive and physical examination, lab work, and certificate prior to approval to travel. This may require several weeks of approval and/or lab work diagnostic testing. Each country and method of transportation has a unique standard and requirement for the animals traveling, for questions around this please consult and refer to the USDA’s Website for International Travel

OFA Hip and Elbow Certification – Orthopedic Foundation of Animals

City of Woodland Dog License – The City Of Woodland requires all dogs to be licensed yearly; dogs must have proof of current rabies vaccinations to be licensed or renew current licenses. License expires at the end of every year, and renewal applications are accepted and tags issued here at Woodland Veterinary Hospital; license payments are accepted until January 3rd before late fees are incurred. Unlicensed dogs can result in owners finding between $52 to $257. Licenses can be paid for by cash or check only at this time.

Altered Dog (Spayed or Neutered): $10

Unaltered Dog: $20

Altered Dog Licensed Rec’d After January 3rd: $20

Unaltered Dog Licensed Rec’d After January 3rd: $40

Medical Exams/Internal Medicine

In-house laboratory – In house laboratory equipment allows Doctors and technicians to analyze specimens taken the same day for results. In house tests include pre-anesthetic blood work prior to surgical procedures, fecal parasite screenings, urinalyses’, and skin scrapes

Reference Laboratory – For more specific and in-depth diagnostics, specimens’ samples are sent out to a third-party laboratory with same day pick up. This lab provides results for some tests within 48 hours; tests include full panel senior screen diagnostics, cultures, and highly specialized testing.

Digital Radiography – In house digital radiography allow our team to take an ‘inside’ look at your pets skeletal anatomy


Endoscopy – Endoscopy is commonly used to examine the inside of the ears, nose, esophagus, colon, bladder, stomach, and other internal organs. Endoscopy can also be used to assist with minimally invasive surgeries and is particularly valuable in retrieving swallowed items.

Companion Laser Therapy – Post-injury, surgery or arthritic patients can benefit from the treatment of our companion Laser treatment. After a comprehensive exam with a doctor, our highly skilled technicians can treat your patient in a 15 to 30-minute appointment window. For more information on the benefits, visit this article on What Is Laser Therapy?

Dietary Consultations – Questions around your pets’ current feeding schedule or food? With a current exam on file, our well-educated Veterinary Technicians in the nutrition and nutritional needs of pets can offer consultation services for you. Whether you are feeding an over the counter pet food to a prescription diet, we are happy to set up a consultation appointment.

Hills Veterinary Diets

Royal Canine Veterinary Diets

Purina Veterinary Diets


Dental Prophylaxis: Pets need routine dental cleaning and care too! This procedure includes a detailed exam, scaling, and polishing of teeth under anesthesia and careful observation.

Digital Dental Radiography: Patients undergoing Dental Prophylaxis can significantly benefit from dental radiography; this allows our Doctors and our Dentistry team to see the overall health of teeth and roots under the gum line. This information will help your Veterinarian determine extractions and overall health of your pet’s mouth.

Extractions & Oral Surgery: Extractions of teeth in pets can be necessary. The process of removals requires highly educated and trained staff as it is an oral surgery involving surgical drills, suturing gum tissue, and aftercare instruction for proper healing. Similarly, oral surgery is the removal of masses, or correction of the mouth is a major surgery. We recommend dental and full mouth radiographs to have a complete picture of gum health and teeth health.


Routine Spay/Neuter

Soft Tissue



Our appointment book is computerized, which allows us to make appointments for you and your pet efficiently. Our receptionists and team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. Emergencies are accepted anytime our clinic is open. If you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call us or come to the hospital immediately. If possible, it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular emergency. Due to case volume, we may refer to some emergency cases to other hospitals so your pet can receive the best care possible.

Emergency & Urgent Care

When Emergency cases happen, we understand the urgency and importance of having your pet seen right away. Our staff here at Woodland Veterinary Hospital are dedicated to offering the best care and advice possible. Emergency cases are accepted for established patients during our regular clinic hours on a case by case basis. Emergency cases are evaluated by severity, staffing availability, and daily caseloads of our doctors.

IF possible, we strongly recommend calling before coming to the office; this allows our staff to best direct you, as you may need to be referred out directly to another local daytime veterinary hospital or the nearest emergency hospital offering 24-hour care. Woodland Veterinary Hospital’s team profoundly cares about the welfare of your companion, referrals to outside clinics and hospitals are made so your pet may receive the best care possible on time.

Columbia River Veterinary Specialist

Dove Lewis Veterinary Hospital

They are great with your animals. They treat them as their own! And always so clean. It doesn’t smell like all the other veterinarian clinics I have been in. Love them guys and gals!

Keri Tobel