Frequently Asked Questions

There is no question too big or too small for our veterinary team. Below are some answers to our most common questions.
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We Proudly Serve the Pets Mukilteo, WA and Beyond.

At Mukilteo Veterinary Hospital, we get a ton of interesting questions from pet parents. Below are some common FAQs that might help answer any questions or concerns. Please feel free to call us at 425-347-0810 for any other concerns you might have about your pet.
What are the clinic hours?

Mukilteo Veterinary Hospital extends a warm welcome to pet parents seeking exceptional care for their furry companions. We are open from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM on weekdays, providing convenient appointments for early risers and those needing after-work visits. Our dedicated team is committed to offering comprehensive veterinary services to keep your pets healthy and happy. While we cherish the importance of weekends, we are closed on Saturdays and Sundays, allowing our staff to recharge for the week ahead. Rest assured, we have arrangements in place for emergencies, ensuring your pets receive timely care when needed most. Your pet’s well-being is our priority, always.

What kinds of pets do you treat?

At Mukilteo Veterinary Hospital, we take great pride in providing care and knowledge to two of the world’s most adored and cherished pets: cats and dogs. To preserve the health and happiness of your feline and canine pets, our devoted team of veterinarians and staff are skilled in offering thorough medical attention, preventive care, and specialised treatments. Our sympathetic approach and cutting-edge facilities are created to precisely cater to the distinct needs of cats and dogs, whether it be routine check-ups, vaccines, dental care, or more sophisticated medical requirements. Every animal patient receives the adoration and consideration they merit, just as we would our own pets.

What forms of payment are accepted?

At Mukilteo Veterinary Hospital, we strive to make your experience as convenient as possible, including the payment process. We accept various forms of payment to suit your preferences. For your convenience, we welcome cash payments, ensuring a straightforward and hassle-free transaction. Additionally, we accept all major credit cards, allowing you to choose the payment method that best suits your needs. To further assist you in managing your pet’s healthcare expenses, we are pleased to offer CareCredit, a flexible healthcare financing option. With CareCredit, you can spread the cost of veterinary services over time, easing the financial burden while providing the best possible care for your beloved pets.

Are Vaccinations Required?

No and yes. Your cat or dog must be vaccinated against rabies in accordance with state legislation since it affects public safety. The type of quarantine necessary depends on the pet’s immunization history and is imposed if your pet bites someone or another animal. If your pet is not properly vaccinated for rabies, the county may potentially impose fines. Other vaccinations can be either basic or optional. Core vaccinations are necessary if your pet will be staying in the clinic, unless a medical condition prevents vaccination. If you wish to vaccinate your pet just occasionally over the course of its life, we can offer vaccine titers.