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Thank you for making us a top-rated veterinary hospital in Spokane.
Latah Creek Animal Hospital has been a locally owned and operated business for over 20 years, first by Dr. Steve Bauer then by Dr. Megan Bauer, who began working here after graduating from WSU (Go Cougs!) in 2015.
As we look to the future, we have some exciting changes and initiatives that we are working on to make Latah Creek Animal Hospital a leader among local veterinary practices: our unique ownership structure, the strength of our team, and our commitment to fear-free practices. Our first big change, at the beginning of 2021, was to expand and restructure our ownership team. Latah Creek Animal Hospital will remain a locally owned small business but with more diverse ownership. Dr. Megan is still our beloved veterinarian and owner, and her new business partner is Jessica Osborne. Jessica is Spokane’s first Certified Veterinary Practice Manager and a Certified Veterinary Business Leader. She joins the team with 18 years of experience in the veterinary field.
Dr. Megan and Jessica believe that this ownership design is an ideal model that should be the gold standard for running a veterinary hospital, as it allows the ownership team to understand all aspects of running a small business, providing gold standard medical care to our patients, and maintaining a healthy team culture. Bringing both of their different fields of expertise together allows for better decision making, a stronger team culture, and better patient care.
Our Core Values
We make it our mission…
- To build long-lasting relationships with our clients through education, respect, and empathy
- To provide a low-stress environment for our patients
- To partner with our clients to provide personalized care for each pet
- To give each patient our undivided attention during their visit
- To provide each team member the opportunity to learn and grow through both continuing education and shared experiences
- To encourage a culture of wellbeing and work life integration for our team
- To give back to the community through education to enhance the human animal bond
We provide veterinary care to the pets of Spokane, WA, and beyond.
Latah Creek Animal Hospital is a local, family-owned full-service veterinary medical facility located in Spokane, WA. The professional and courteous team at Latah Creek Animal Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care, and dental care for their highly-valued patients.
At Latah Creek Animal Hospital, our approach to canine veterinary medicine is aimed at ensuring the highest quality of life for your dog. We speak dog fluently!
Fear Free veterinary care in Spokane, WA.
We are committed to making your pet’s visit as comfortable and low-stress as possible. We use species-specific calming pheromones, calming music, and gentle handling techniques. We have completed additional certification to learn all the newest techniques to make your pet’s visit as pleasant as possible.
The Fear Free method was created to alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in pets and educate and inspire the people that care for them. Fear Free focuses on both the physical and emotional well-being of your pets and aims to take the pet out of petrified.
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