FREE New Client Healthy Pet Examination!
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Offer valid for scheduled NEW client appointment only. Must provide certificate at time of service for routine well-pet physical examination - One issued per client (1 patient).

New to the area? Read below or visit our New Patient Center for more information!

Welcome to Yelm Veterinary Hospital!

Thank you for trusting us with your furry family member



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Our Veterinarians!

| Dr. Jerry Brown, DVM | Dr. Emily French, DVM | Dr. Cheryl Fite, DVM 

Dr. Claire Griffin, DVM | Dr. Michelle Raleigh, DVM | Dr. Kristan Riley, DVM

& Dr. Catherine Van Dusen, DVM |


We operate based on scheduled appointments, however, we do accept walk-in appointments, because sometimes peace of mind is priceless!

Regularly scheduled appointments & emergency cases will be seen prior to a walk-in. Cannot guarantee wait time. 

As a military community, we are proud to offer a 10% discount to those who serve(d).            We also offer a 5% senior discount!

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Our Hospital first opened its doors on a plot of land, with a single-wide & a dream. The dream the original owners/doctors (now retired) built is still with us today. We are a "Patient Comes First" Practice, with availability everyday of the week, evenings, and weekends, with emergency triage - because disaster never strikes when you're ready! If you feel you have a Pet Emergency, call our office right away - someone will be able to guide to your next steps.

We are here for the whole family, because we love pets and their people too!

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Testimonial

  • "The people at Yelm Veterinary Hospital are very nice. They always have a smile for me and a sincerity that my pet can feel, even though she is always nervous when going to the vet. The medical service is impeccable and the customer service is great!"

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