Starting Thursday, March 26th, PMC will not be permitting any clients to enter the facility directly.

To minimize client’s and staff member’s likelihood of exposure, we now offer curbside pick up and drop off for all appointments.

When you arrive at PMC, please call 509-545-4931 (option One) and inform the staff of your name and pet’s name and what you are here for (an appointment vs. medication refill).  Please also let them know the make/color of your car.

For standard exams/appointments:

Please remain in your vehicle and follow protocols from above and below.  NOTE: please make sure we have a good phone number to contact you while your pet is in the building.  Also, please hold all major questions until you receive a phone call from the medical team.

  • A staff member will come out to your vehicle when we are ready for your pet
  • We request you meet the staff member outside of your vehicle with your pet leashed or in a carrier
  • We will place a PMC leash (if a dog)
  • We will then take the pet into the building for their exam/treatments
  • Please remain in your vehicle in the parking lot during this time
  • A staff member will contact you on the number provided to discuss any concerns, diagnostics, treatments, estimates, medications, or other information from the appointment
  • We will collect payment over the phone
  • At the end of the appointment a staff member will return your pet directly to your car with a receipt to sign, and any medications or discharge instructions needed

In accordance with the Executive Order by Governor Inslee, and to conserve medical supplies for our human health care workers, PMC will be not scheduling any non-essential appointments until at least April 18, 2020.  This date may be extended depending on the health crisis situation.

Non-essential appointments are defined as:

  • Annual Wellness exams that do not require vaccinations
  • Most Elective Surgical Procedures (including spays and neuters)
  • Nail Trims/Anal Gland Expressions
  • Health Certificate Exams for travel

Essential appointments are defined as:

  • Non-elective surgeries (treated on a case-by-case basis)
  • Sick/Injured pet appointments
  • Most vaccination appointments for existing patients
  • Bandage Changes
  • Suture Removals
  • Quality of life/end of life appointments



The following additional operational adjustments are now in effect

PMC will be closing at 6PM Monday through Friday at least through April 10.  Any pets needing immediate assistance during this closure should seek treatment at an emergency hospital.  This closure may be extended.

We will be limiting medication refills to 1 month supplies

Exempt: Heart worm medication and flea/tick medication

We will only be accepting payment in the form of credit card or CareCredit.  We will NOT be accepting checks, or offering financing.  Cash as a form of payment is discouraged at this time whenever possible.


Adopt A Dog: Coachella!

Meet Coachella! She came to us just two weeks ago through our partnership with the Soi Dog Foundation in Thailand.

She was found as a stray after being hit by a car; she had a fractured femur and a dislocated hip. After surgery and physical therapy, she went right back to being the happy girl she is! Coachella has been given a clean bill of health, but it is recommended that she be on lifelong joint support with the addition of possible chiropractic care.

Coachella is currently is being fostered with other dogs and has done great with them. She is approximately 3 years old, up to date on vaccines, house-trained, crate-trained, spayed, and has had recent blood work that was within normal limits. Her adoption fee is $250

She is very outgoing, loving, happy-go-lucky, and very playful. Side note, even though she has probably never seen snow, it has been discovered that she absolutely LOVES the snow.

Adopt A Kitten: Hayes

Meet Hayes!! This sweet boy came into our adoption program about three weeks ago, and he is too cute for words!

His mom showed up at a Good Samaritan’s home and unbeknownst to her, she was pregnant and blessed her with 8 kittens. A local rescue was able to take four of the kittens into foster, and we were more than happy to take the other four into our adoption program.

Hayes is a sweet, rambunctious boy who will make someone very happy. He is 9 weeks old, up to date on vaccines, and has been given a clean bill of health by our veterinarian.

His adoption fee is $125 which include any remaining vaccines he will need as well as his neuter.

Watson’s Paws for the Cause

This month, we’re proud to announce Watson’s Paws for the Cause was approved for non-profit status!
Watson’s Paws for the Cause, a 501c3 sponsored by Pet Medical Center of Pasco, was established to prevent cruelty to animals by providing temporary shelter, medical support, and behavioral assistance to stray, abandoned, and surrendered animals for the purpose of finding suitable new homes, and to provide assistance and financial aid to families with pets in need.
100% of your donations and adoption fees will go to support Watson’s Paws for the Cause.

This was previously known as our Guardian Angel Fund. We thank you for continuing to support our mission of helping pets through the years!