We will be closed to seeing patients until further notice due to COVID-19.

What We Treat

Dr. Easton puts acupuncture needles in a large black German shepherd dog
Tucker relaxes as Dr. Easton begins his treatment

We act as an adjunct to your primary veterinarian in treating most conditions, including:

  • pain
  • behavioral issues
  • digestive disorders
  • respiratory problems
  • neurological disorders
  • arthritis and other musculoskeletal disorders
  • allergies and other skin conditions
  • chronic illness, such as kidney disease, liver disease, heart disease, etc.
  • cancer

Please note that we do not see emergencies, nor do we provide diagnostics such as blood work or x-rays. Please see your primary veterinarian for these services.

Depending on your pet’s issue, we may recommend that you see a traditional veterinarian prior to visiting our office.

What to Expect

Appointments with Dr. Easton are very different from traditional veterinary visits.  For one, most pets want to be here!  Visits are also much longer, typically lasting about an hour.

Plan on up to 90 minutes for your first visit, which includes a physical exam, a thorough discussion of your pet’s medical history, any treatments such as acupuncture, laser, or massage, and recommendations for further therapy.

Your appointment does not end when you leave, either: because many of the cases we see are complex, Dr. Easton will rarely make all of her recommendations at the time of your visit.  She will thoughtfully review your pet’s information and take the time to find the best solutions to match your pet’s needs.

Important Announcement

Due to COVID-19 and the sale of our leased building, we have closed our physical location in Twisp.

Dr. Easton is still available via email to answer questions and refill medications for existing clients.

We are not accepting new patients at this time.

We hope to be able to serve you again soon from a new location.

In the meantime, stay safe and well.