Welcome to Juanita Hills Animal Hospital
Your Neighborhood Veterinarian in Kirkland
Call us at (425)-202-7430
COVID-19 UPDATE: We Are Open and Here for Your Pets
Juanita Hills Animal Hospital is here to take care of your pet’s needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Veterinary services are classified as essential by Washington State during the Stay at Home Order.
I If you live in Kirkland or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Drs. Monica Tine, Courtney Wiese, Daiga Rozensteine and Rachel Loesch are here for you!
As a full-service animal hospital, we welcome both emergency cases and pets in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. Our doctors have many years of experience treating serious conditions and offering preventive care.
We have many resources that will help you learn how to take better care of your pets. Please browse our site! Always remember, the best veterinary care is to prevent disease though routine exams, appropriate vaccines, diagnostic screens, parasite prevention, dental care, and nutrition.
Keeping Everyone Safe During COVID-19
We have adjusted our protocols to ensure we keep our clients, staff, families and community as safe as possible. Simply call (425)-202-7430 or email us at [email protected] and we will help you make a plan to safely address your pet's needs.
· Curbside Valet we’ll come out to the car and pick up your pet
· Telemedicine appointments using chat or video conferencing, so you can remain safely at home. See Telemedicine app below.
· Home Delivery for medications or food; click here Juanita Hills Shop
· Hands Free Payment over the phone or through a tap and go card reader
For Appointments: Remain in your car and call our front desk when you arrive (425)-202-7430. If you must enter the building, we will provide safe, social distance areas maintained with extreme disinfection protocols.
Download Telemedicine App, Anipanion, here
Medication or Food Pick Up: Remain in your car and call our front desk when you arrive.
What to do if you have been exposed to the virus or are ill: If you are experiencing fever, cough or shortness of breath, you must stay home! Please have someone else bring your pet in or call us and we can assist you with the best plan to take care of your pet’s needs.
Reliable information for frequently asked questions can be found at the AMVA (American Veterinary Medical Association)