Cat declawing is possibly one of the most controversial of all animal surgeries. Cats scratch to mark territory and to keep their claws in top condition, but the scratching behavior can challenge ...View Article
Welcome to Skagit Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Burlington, WA
Call us at 360-757-7202
Skagit Animal Clinic has been serving the Skagit Valley and surrounding communities of Mount Vernon, Sedro Woolley and Burlington for over 50 years. We offer complete veterinary medical care for dogs, cats and other small mammals. Our services include surgical procedures, orthopedics, medical diagnostics, dentistry, x-rays, spay/neuter, wellness and other pet packages, microchips, specialty pet foods and a complete pharmacy.
Our mission is to provide you and your pet with exceptional service and quality veterinary care.
For after hours emergency services please call;
Pet Emergency Clinic
Ph (360) 848-5911
SW corner of Avon Allen Rd. and Memorial Hwy.
At Skagit Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Gene Dight and Associates
Burlington Veterinarian | Skagit Animal Clinic | 360-757-7202
1881 S. Burlington Blvd.
Burlington, WA 98233
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“I was so happy with the service I received at SAC. I have been going to this clinic since 1965 when I was a child. Dr.Dight was very thorough and accommodating with regards to my senior pets nutrition and pain issues.
Nice to have that extra care involved by a vet, as well as the personal calls, letters and lab results.
I recommend them highly.”