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  • Emergencies

    If an emergency occurs during regular business hours we give your pet the upmost priority.  If an emergancy should occur after business hours please contact one of the following emergency facilities:

    Animal Emergency and Trauma Center - (360) 697 - 7771; 320 Lindvig Way, Poulsbo, WA 98370

    VCA Central Kitsap Animal Hospital - (360) 692-6162; 2238 NW Bucklin Hill Road, Silverdale, WA 98383

    Summit Emergency Clinic - (253) 983-1114; 2505 South 80th Street, Tacoma, WA 98409

  • Payment Options

    Payment for services is expected upon completion of treatment and services.  We accept cash and/or check payments, visa, mastercard and discover.  We also understand there are times when other payment options may be needed or necessary, as we do not offer payment plans within the clinic ourselves, we do accept Care Credit. 

  • Employment Opportunities

    Here at Belltowne Veterinary Center we are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Join a great team in a friendly, safe environment.


  • Scheduling Appointments

    Here at Belltowne Veterinary Center we pride ourselves in giving your pet the best possible care and attention.  We also understand emergencies happen and we will give those situations the upmost attention.  However, it would be greatly appreciated to call in advance to schedule any appointment.  And if life and mix ups get in the way, as we know they sometimes do, please give 24 hours notice for appointment cancellations.
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  • Report Card Abbreviations

    On your report card you may notice that there are abbreviations describing your pet. Here is a quick reference to what these mean. If you have something that is on your resport card that is not listed here please call us and ask.


    P- pet

    O- owner

    WNL - within normal limits

    AR- alert and responsive

    BAR- bright and alert

    QAR- quiet alert responsive

    OU- both eyes

    OS- left eye

    OD- right eye

    D/C- discharge

    AU- both ears

    AS-left ear

    AD- right ear

  • Body Condition Score

    After you come in for a visit to us, on your report card is a body score between 1-9. The best score your pet can get is a 5. You don't want your pet to be too low or too high on the scale. Ask your doctor how to make sure your pet gets the best score he/she can get.