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Contact us

At Garland Animal Clinic we pride ourselves in providing good customer service. In order to allow adequate time for each patient and have minimal waiting time we encourage scheduling of exams. Please call our reception staff at the number below to schedule an appointment. Our staff is very accommodating and we offer drop off appointments and accept walk-ins and emergencies.

In case of emergency... 

We accept emergency patients during normal business. If outside of normal business hours, please call the Pet Emergency Clinic at (509) 326-6670.



Dr. Steve Boharski
Dr. April Weber
Dr. Saundra Taylor
Dr. Carrie Grace
Dr. Brianne Sorensen
Dr. Brooke Cummings

Get a hold of us!

1022 W. Garland Ave
Spokane, WA 99205

PH: (509) 326-3151
Fax: (509) 326-3154 


Mon-Fri:    8:00am-5:30pm
Saturday:  8:00am-12:00pm
Sunday:    Closed


We are available for urgent care and emergency situations by reserving some same-day appointments in order to get your pet seen. Please call our office at (509)326-3151 to get your pet scheduled for their next visit or contact us for more information. Please call our office at (509) 326-3151 to get your pet scheduled for their next visit or contact us for more information.


Surgical, Dental, & Anesthetic Appointments

We prefer surgery and dental patients to be dropped off at the clinic before 8:00am. If you have any needs other than these please ask our reception staff and we will try to accommodate you.

Surgeries and dental appointments are done on weekdays only. Please withhold all food and treats from your pet after 8:00pm the night before their procedure.

Medical appointments
& Blood draws

We recommend that blood work recheck and appointments are scheduled so that we may draw a fasting blood draw. This means that your pet should not have food for 12 hours before the scheduled blood draw/lab test. Special tests for drug monitoring have different rules so please check with our staff for proper scheduling and protocols. Anytime your pet is sick we will get them in for an appointment as soon as possible.