Vote for us! 2016 Best of Treasure Valley.

Vote for us! 2016 Best of Treasure Valley.

For 28 years, the Idaho Statesman has asked its readers to help determine the best of Treasure Valley! The All Valley Animal Care Center has been voted the #1 Veterinary Hospital by the Idaho Statesmen's "2014 and 2015 Best of Treasure Valley" thanks to our many wonderful clients and patients! We have been nominated for the 2016 award and would be honored to win the award again this year, but we need your help!
 

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Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

Crossing the Rainbow Bridge

Saying goodbye to a family member is an extremely difficult and personal decision. While some pets die quietly at home from old age, many other pets grow seriously ill, become painful or have extreme limitations which diminishes the quality of life for your pet. Euthanasia is a humane choice to ease a pet's suffering. Knowing the facts about euthanasia can help your family make a decision and be at peace with the process.  

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Mary Lou

Mary Lou

Mary Lou is an 11 month old Boxer puppy. She came to us many months ago after being hit by a car and suffering severe head trauma and a fractured pelvis. She has had multiple surgeries and month of aftercare she is finally ready for her forever home.

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A brand new addition to our family!

A brand new addition to our family!

After rescuing Ruby Rose, our veterinarians became suspicious that something was troubling her. Thinking she was falling ill, we called in a specialist to examine the mare. Little did we know, she wasn't sick at all-she was pregnant, and very far along!

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Trunk or Treat 2014

Trunk or Treat 2014

While this Stevens-Henager event gives kids a safe place to trick-or-treat, it also has another important goal: giving people the food and clothing they need.  This outdoor event is open to the community, but hopeful participants must place 1 nonperishable food item or a gently used coat into the Salvation Army barrels at either of the 2 entrances to gain access.

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Rescue Ruby Rose

Rescue Ruby Rose

Each year, thousands of horses are abandoned and left to die by desperate owners who are no longer able to care for them. Luckily, there are many rescues and caring people that seek out these horses and have the heart to rehabilitate them. This was the case for Ms. Ruby Rose who was rescued by the All Valley Animal Care Center. 

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