Liberty Lake & Spokane Vet Services

A vet who knows you and your pet by name.

Here, your pet gets the very best—especially when it comes to their health. Personalized veterinary care is a cornerstone of our complete experience. On-staff veterinarian Danette Roberts DVM offers the training and commitment to excellence your family’s pet deserves, backed by 20 years of experience.

Call now to schedule your friendly preventative care appointment with Dr. Roberts. During this check-up we’ll make sure your loved one receives compassionate medical care tailored to its unique health needs.

Our veterinary office is open weekdays from 8 am – 5:30 pm. Closed weekends.

Meet Our Veterinarian

VETERINARY SERVICES:

Our goal is to provide the best animal care center in the Pacific Northwest with the highest quality staff and equipment. Meet Our Veterinarian.

  • Preventative Care
  • Microchipping
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Digital Radiology
  • Blood Work
  • Reproductive
  • Surgery
  • Diet And Nutrition
  • Dermatology
  • Hospice Care

A MOTHERS CARE

Veterinary care with a mother’s touch, an open ear, a loving heart and the knowledge and experience to provide the best care possible for your pets.

Liberty Lake Veterinary Services
Weekdays: 8am – 5:30pm
Weekends: Closed

Call Now And Schedule Your Appointment Today!

(509) 340-9733

FAQ’s

Do I need to schedule an appointment prior to stopping by?

Yes, please call (509) 340-9733 to schedule your appointment. We are open on weekdays from 8 am – 5:30 pm and closed for the weekends.

How often should my pet receive a dental exam?

We recommend having your animals teeth examined and cleaned one to two times a year. This helps to keep on top of any potential dental conditions, as well as keeps your animal’s breath odor under reasonable control.

Should my pet be spayed/neutered? What is the best age for this?

Spaying and neutering limits the chances of reproductive cancer, as well as removes an animal’s ability to reproduce. Common practice is to have this operation done as early as 6-9 months; however, it can be done at most ages.

My pet has surgery tomorrow, is there anything I should or shouldn't do?

We recommend that you withhold food to your pet for 12 hours prior to surgery. Additionally, the morning of their surgery, try to limit their stress and exertion. Following surgery, we will prescribe medicine and directions as needed.

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