"My goal at Argonne Vet Clinic is to provide high quality and thorough medical and surgical care for pets in the Spokane Community, while serving my clients and patients with expertise and respect."
Argonne Veterinary Clinic
Spokane Valley, Washington
Argonne Veterinary Clinic is owned & operated by Kendall Cypert, DVM
and his wife. Located in Spokane Valley, Argonne Vet is a full service animal care clinic
providing quality medical care, full of kindness and compassion, to pets and their people. Dr. Cypert, and the staff at Argonne Veterinary Clinic, are happy to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have
about your beloved animals.
Dr. Cypert has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1987, and his experience ranges from rural
communities to large urban cities, from small domestic household pets to large farm animals. Here at
Argonne Vet Clinic, he is able to evaluate and treat any of pets, including dogs,
cats, rabbits, and other small mammals.
The clinic offers a wide variety of services including preventive medicine such as vaccinations and
parasite control (fleas, ticks, internal parasites), internal medicine, dentistry, radiology, blood
work, and general surgery. You can find a complete list of services here.
We look forward to meeting you and working with your family to keep your pets healthy and happy!
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Make an appointment: 509.924.1889
Argonne Veterinary Clinic is open Monday through Friday; 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Call the clinic
to schedule an appointment for any of the services listed. After hours appointments
can be made, but need to be pre-scheduled.
Dr. Cypert sees and treats a variety of animals ranging from dogs, cats, rabbits, small mammals and birds on a case by case basis. The clinic offers a wide variety of services including preventive medicine such
as vaccinations and parasite control (fleas, ticks, internal parasites), internal medicine, dentistry,
radiology, blood work, and general surgery.
- Thorough assessment, including blood work, x-rays or other diagnostic procedures.
- Some complex medical cases involve referral to an internist.
- Pre-anesthetic examination
- Pre-operative blood work (recommended)
- IV catheter placement for fluid administration
- Ultrasonic cleaning & teeth polishing
- Extractions, as needed
- Post-dental exam is scheduled 10-14 days later
- In-house x-ray capability with immediate availability of images
- Digital technology enables higher quality images and fewer re-takes of x-rays
- Reduced radiation exposure for pets and staff
- Blood chemistry
- DTM cultures (ringworm)
- Sterilization (spay or neuter)
- Abdominal exploration
- Soft tissue (such as tumor removal or laceration repair)
- Orthopedic surgery (such as repair of fractures or torn ligaments)
- Some cases are referred to a surgical specialist
Parasite Control & Prevention
- Management of parasites and potential risk for transmission between animals and from
animals to people
- Fleas, worms, ticks, etc.
- Core and non-core vaccinations - vary depending on the location, lifestyle, and age
of the animal
- Wellness exams (on site) are required within the previous
12 months for vaccine administration
- Vaccination protocol will be tailored to the specific needs of each pet
We can often accommodate emergencies between 5:00am and 9:00pm. It is best to call the office alerting us to a pending emergency so we can prepare for your arrival.
Emergencies outside of these hours:
Pet Emergency Care in Spokane
Emergency Pet Care in Post Falls, ID.
Animal Emergency Clinic in Spokane Valley.