Services

Types of Pets Seen

  • Dogs
  • Cats

Coming soon ...

  • Horses
  • Beef Cattle


We're pleased to offer the following services at Gooding Veterinary Clinic:

Cats and Dogs

  • Imaging: Radiographs (xray) and ultrasound.
  • In-Clinic Bloodwork: Results ready within 30 minutes.
  • Digital Cytology: Sample sent to and read by a pathologist. Results ready within 60 minutes. 
  • AI Blood Smear and Fecal Evaluation: Digital, artificial intelligence evaluation of blood smears and fecals. Results ready within 30 minutes. 
  • Surgery: Common surgeries such as spay, neuter, tumor removal, intestinal foreign body, corrective cosmetic surgeries, ophthalmic surgeries, etc. 
    • Blood work is recommend (but not required) for every procedure.
    • Patients are provided pain medication and sedation before surgery starts.
    • IV catheters are placed for peri-operative fluids to maintain healthy blood pressure and provide venous access for emergencies.
    • Patients are intubated to protect their airway and maintain anesthesia.
    • Every anesthetized patient is monitored by a nurse the entire procedure.  
    • Our touch screen monitor measures heart rate, ECG, respiratory rate, spO2, blood pressure, and temperature.
    • Our amazing nurses trim nails, express anal glands, and perform otoscopic (ear canal) exams on every anesthetized patient. 
    • The entire team is very passionate about making sure our patients feel warm, comfortable, and loved while they are visiting us. 
  • Dentistry: Prophylaxis (cleaning via ultrasonic scaler) and extractions, if necessary, are performed under general anesthesia.  
    • Blood work is recommended for every procedure.
    • Patients are provided pain medication and sedation before surgery starts.
    • IV catheters are placed for peri-operative fluids to maintain healthy blood pressure and provide venous access for emergencies.
    • Patients are intubated to protect their airway and maintain anesthesia.
    • Lidocaine blocks are administered to help reduce pain post-extraction.
    • Extractions (tooth removals) are done surgically by the doctor -the bone is cleaned and smoothed and the gum tissue is sutured closed to improve comfort and prevent complications like bone infection. 
    • Every anesthetized patient is monitored by a nurse the entire procedure.  
    • Our touch screen monitor measures heart rate, ECG, respiratory rate, spO2, blood pressure, and temperature.
    • Our amazing nurses trim nails, express anal glands, and perform otoscopic (ear canal) exams on every anesthetized patient. 
    • The entire team is very passionate about making sure our patients feel warm, comfortable, and loved while they are visiting us. 
  • Wellness: Physical exam, vaccination, fecal float to check for intestinal parasites, heartworm testing and prevention medication, flea/tick/mite prevention medication. 
  • Cold "Therapeutic" Laser: A non-invasive therapy used to treat pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing. 
  • USDA Health Certificates for Travel: Both national and international. Please note that international certificates are complicated and often require months of planning, testing, and signatures. 
  • House Calls: With only one doctor, we are limited to end of day house calls. Exact times depend on our daily schedule. 
  • Compassionate End of Life Care


Coming Soon ...

Beef Cattle

  • Pregnancy diagnosis via rectal palpation and ultrasound from 35 days to full term.
  • Bangs (Brucellosis) Vaccination
  • Breeding soundness exams -semen testing, pelvic diameter, scrotal circumference, general exam.
  • Infectious Disease Testing: Trich testing for bulls, caudal fold for Tuberculosis, blood draw for Brucellosis, ear notch for BVDV, etc.
  • Herd Wellness: Vaccination and anti-parasite protocols, fecal floats for intestinal parasites, etc.
  • Common Surgeries: Castration, dehorning, enucleation (eye removal), c-section, etc.
  • Regulatory: Health certificates.

 Equine

  • Wellness: Physical exam, vaccination, deworming, fecal float for parasites.
  • Regulatory: Health certificates, Coggins testing. 

 

Urgent Care

We have a veterinary team on duty during business hours that is trained and equipped to handle most urgent care your pet may experience. Urgent care needs can be things such as accidental ingestion of rat poison, hit by car, and chocolate ingestion. If you ever feel that your pet needs urgent treatment do not hesitate to call or come in immediately.

Our receptionists and team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. If you feel you have an urgent care need with your pet, please call us or come in immediately. If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular situation. We are only a one doctor practice but do our best to care for urgent care needs during our regular appointment schedule.

We are also available for walk-in appointments. If you feel your pet needs to be seen before you are able to get an appointment, our team will do their best to "squeeze" you in between scheduled appointments. When you arrive, our receptionists will be able to give you an estimate on how long you may have to wait in order to be seen. There are some days that are overbooked with "extra" urgent appointments. Occasionally, it may not be possible to care for all walk-ins, urgent care needs, or same day appointments. In this case, our receptionist may recommend a patient be seen at another clinic to facilitate appropriate, timely care. 

Local Emergency Hospitals

Healing Hands Small Animal Emergency Hospital
449 Madrin St., Suite 104
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
Phone: (208) 543-7150

All Valley Animal Care Center
2326 E. Cinema Drive
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: (208) 369-9570 

West Vet
5024 W. Chinden Blvd.
Garden City, ID 83714
Phone: (208) 375-1600

Call us (208) 934-5626 for more information.

Location

Find us on the map

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

How Pet Parents Feel About Gooding Vet

  • "Excellent service."
    G.B.
  • "They are the best for our pets. You come in and you know they love animals. Every thing that they were doing was explained to us. I love the vet and the vet tech!!"
    T.H.
  • "Great service so far. Treat my puppy with great care. Doesn't know he's getting any shots."
    L.J.
  • "Absolutely the best. Don't intend to take my dogs anywhere else from now on. Dr.'s office for people should take a page from this clinic."
    M.S.
  • "Dr. Amber Parish is experienced, knowledgeable, and highly professional. She is easy to talk to and explains things very well. I trust her opinions and judgment when it comes to my pets."
    C.J.
  • "If you are looking for an amazing vet for your fur babies, look no further. Dr. Parish and her entire staff treated all of my dogs like their own, giving them such good treatment our dogs love to go visit just to say hi to the staff."
    J.L.
  • "New vets are caring, gentle and very nice."
    L.F.
  • "Always very helpful and knowledgeable and my furbabies seem to like it as well."
  • "Dr. Parish is so kind and amazing with my dogs ... so glad to have her as a part of our community."
    S.F.
  • "Educated and caring staff!"
    J.P.
  • "Great local vet. Can't say enough about Dr. Amber and her crew. Caring, warm, thoughtful, compassionate and all for reasonable costs."
    C.S.
  • "Thank you for helping my pup overcome her vet-anxiety without medication. Takes time, persistence and patience."
    C.S.
  • "Best place to go. We had our first visit today and I couldn't ask for better! Everyone in there was amazing. Beyond blessed. Thank you guys for what you do."
    J.K.
  • "Very professional & friendly. Helped me through a very emotional time."
    R.H.
  • "Great Vet ❤️ Great Vet Tech Care!"
    B.C.
  • "Very compassionate."
    K.G.