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Over 30 Years Expert Care For Your Family Member.

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Agassiz Animal Hospital's goal is to maintain the highest standard of care for our patients and clients. We emphasize prevention as well as healing, and offer an open exchange of information between our doctors and you. We pledge to provide the finest service with a full 30 minute appointment, knowledgeable techs and approachable team. The practice experience instills a sense of confidence, and emphasizes a love of pets and people Dr. Moore provides medical, surgical & dental care for small, large and some exotic animals. Call today for an appointment.
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Specialties: Farm Animals, Ranch Animals, Exotics, Pocket Pets, Dentistry, Small Animals, Livestock, Large Animals


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What a great vet! Very reasonably priced and great service. Dr. Moore seems very knowledgeable and doesn't over prescribe or make you do unnecessary procedures. He calls you personally to check on your pet and truly seems to care.



Do NOT use this vet!

I took my cat to this vet for an ear infection occuring in only one ear. He perscibed some eardrops to use in both ears that, within a week, caused a minor infection in one ear to spread to both ears and become horrendously worse (I'm talkin' gobs of blood and puss)! When we took our cat back, after talking in circles, the vet finally admitted that the medication seemed to have acted as an acid in his ears. Instead of working with us to help right his wrong, he said the next step would be a $500 biopsy! He was completely unwilling to clean the ears or provide any other possible solution without us giving him another half grand on top of the $200 it took to dump a bunch of acid in my poor kitties ears.