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Welcome to Best Friends Veterinary Center
Your Veterinarian in OAK HARBOR WA
Call us at (360) 679-6796

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (360) 679-6796!

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Best Friend's Veterinary Center is an AAHA accredited veterinarian hospital that provides preventative, medical, surgical, dental, orthopedic, and hospitalized care for your dog, cat or small animals.

Best Friend's Veterinary Center is dedicated to providing warm, loving, knowledgeable care for companion pets. We invite you to stop in and have a behind the scenes tour of our award winning facility. We think you will be delighted to see the level of care an American Animal Hospital Association hospital can provide.

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OAK HARBOR Veterinarian | Best Friends Veterinary Center | (360) 679-6796

33285 STATE ROUTE 20
OAK HARBOR, WA 98277 8717

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Dr. Brabant is the best. My two aloof shiba inus react very positively to her. Total professional who always figures out exactly what is going on with them. Best vet that I've found for my dogs. They'll be seeing her for the rest of their lives."
    Mark L.
  • "I'm so glad I chose to bring my cats here when I moved to Oak Harbor! The entire staff is beyond kind and caring, there are separate waiting rooms for dogs and cats so that my girls don't have anyone barking at them, and every visit earns the kitties treats and even new toys. The sign outside says this place takes the pet out of petrified, and they honestly do go out of their way to do just that in a way no other vet I've ever had did."
    Andy B.
  • "Today, we went in for our first visit. Immediately I was pleased. There's a separate entrance and waiting area for cats and dogs. The vet brought in a pheromone covered towel and some catnip to put my kitty at ease. The exam tables are even heated! Everyone was so sweet and very kind. They listened to my concerns and the history of my cat. I am very grateful to have found Best Friends. We look forward to seeing them again! Great experience!"
    Angela L.

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