New Community Veterinary Clinic in Redmond Ridge, WA. Directly off Novelty Hill Road by Redmond Ridge Drive and next to Bank of America and Subway. Call 425-868-7000 for appointments.
To improve the health and quality of life of every animal we touch.
Our mission is to improve the health and quality of life of every animal we touch. We practice high quality medicine and surgery, treating each patient as if they were our own pets. Educating clients is key, to make sure you understand your pet's care, as you are part of the health care team. We strive to set ourselves apart by providing excellent and personal customer service and genuine care for you and your pets. Please feel free totour our hospital and meet our staff.
CANINE DISEMPTER OUTBREAK
On April 16th King County confirmed canine distemper in racoons in our area (Trilogy, in addition to Bellevue and Issaquah). This is a highly contagious and fatal disease transmittable to dogs. Please contact us to update your dog's distemper vaccine if it is not current, and avoid contact with racoons. See more detailed information under pet care articles.
We provide boarding service to clientsonly. The fees for boarding is listed below:
Dog Run: $27 for 1 dog per run and $41 for2 dogs per run
Dog Cage: $23 per Cage
If your pet is on medications, there is an additional charge of $4.50 per day for administering medications.
Dr. Miller volunteered at his local vet in his formative years, which helped confirm his passion for animals and medicine. To help teenagers in our community with an express interest in pursuing veterinary medicine as a career, Dr. Miller has started a mentorship program at Loyal Companion Animal Care. This mentorship program is limited to high school and older and includes two components:
Students shadow Dr. Miller, watching and listening as he examines and treats animals. They also follow other staff members to see the different roles of each team member. Over time, students with aptitude are allowed to hold animals depending on safety measures. Dr. Miller enjoys teaching motivating individuals. Two high school students have finished mentorship programs this year so far. Currently Dr. Miller is mentoring one high school student, two college students, and one vet school student. Based on their schooling, Dr. Miller teaches and quizzes students to help them gain in-depth knowledge as they desire.
2. Volunteer Care Work
To get hands on experience in the vet clinic, we accept qualified young adults to assist with feeding and cleaning after animals.
If you have an interest in either of these programs, please feel free to contact us to discuss. Please keep in mind that space is limited for these programs.
Did you know? More cats contract rabies in the U.S. than dogs.