Welcome to Clover Valley Veterinary Services, a 24/7 fully mobile emergency mixed animal veterinary practice. We travel the entire Kitsap and Key Peninsulas, including parts of Jefferson and Mason County, enabling clients and their pets or livestock to receive the best on-site veterinary care.
Dr. Maci Paden started CVVS as a solo equine mobile practice in 2011. Since that time, the practice has grown to 3 full-time veterinarians and 6 support staff, who all have a passion for providing the best veterinary care and client relations to individuals in Port Orchard and the surrounding areas. With state-of-the-art digital x-ray, endoscope, ultrasound and cold laser therapy, and offering alternative therapies through animal chiropractic, the Clover Valley Vet team will treat horses, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, llamas, alpacas, dogs and cats.
Besides offering preventative healthcare and emergency care, Clover Valley Vet is honored to provide gentle in-home euthanasia and cremation services for those furry friends we are forced to say good-bye to, but will never forget.
As a firm believer in continuous education, both for our staff and for clients, Clover Valley Vet is a member of professional organizations including the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) and the American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners (AASRP). Clover Valley Vet is also proud to host 4th year Veterinary students throughout the year for mentorship and education as adjunct faculty at Washington State University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Our clinic plays an active role in the community, offering support, information and resources to local 4-H clubs and FFA chapters as well as local equine organizations. We feel it is our responsibility to help educate individuals about animal management and husbandry, while also giving back to the community that helps support us.
Our mission states that ‘through effective communication, respect and a fun, shared, learning environment, we continually strive as a team to provide compassionate, progressive, quality veterinary care.’ We invite you to give us a call or email us today. Happy to answer any questions you may have, we look forward to scheduling an appointment and starting a lifelong relationship of trust and care as your "other-family doctor".
We cover large animal (horses and livestock) emergency care in Pierce, Mason, and Kitsap Counties. We have haul-in facilities for cases requiring intensive veterinary care and close monitoring. At this time, we do not offer small animal (dog and cat) emergency care; please see this link for referral information.