WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital provides general and specialized care, including advanced cancer treatments, to clients from across the United States and Canada.
The WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital opened in 1996, and is one of the best equipped teaching hospitals in the nation.
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital provides full service care, and offers a wide range of specialty services in oncology, cardiology, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry, and neurology.
Each year, the hospital treats thousands of patients including companion animals, horses, livestock, and exotics (e.g., camels, reptiles, raptors, etc).
Faculty and students have access to the most advanced medical imaging devices used in veterinary medicine including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI),
computed tomography (CT scan), and nuclear scintigraphy for large and small animals. Our veterinarians and students also use sophisticated diagnostic and treatment technologies such as ultrasound, endoscopy, arthroscopy, and radiation therapy to ensure all animals get the best possible care.
The lobby of the state-of-the-art teaching hospital, which opened in 1996, provides a welcoming, sunny place for patients and clients.
The teaching hospital provides around-the-clock, fee-based veterinary services to the public, giving residents of Pullman and the
surrounding communities access to some of the best veterinary care in the country. The hospital is also a veterinary referral
center for practitioners in the Pacific Northwest and western Canadian provinces. People from the Northwest and all over the nation
bring their animals to the WSU teaching hospital to receive unmatched specialized care, including advanced cancer treatments,
using the latest medical technologies.
Take a Video or Photo Tour of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.