Poulsbo, Washington (PRWEB) June 04, 2014
May marked the sixth month of operation for Poulsbo veterinary clinic Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital. The practice is dedicated to planting deep roots for the long term, and strives to serve not only the pets of the community, but pet owners and families as well.
Co-owners and husband-and-wife team Josh and Sherri Kinder always wanted to be veterinarians together. Their ultimate goal was to jointly open their own clinic, which they did on November 18, 2013. The Kinders are especially determined to get to know each and every client and make sure they never treat anyone like just another number. “When people are coming here with concern for their animal and to spend money, they deserve to be respected and to have our time, and not for us to be thinking about the next two patients who are there,” says Josh. “It’s us spending the time and getting to know the people.”
In January and February of 2014, the Kinders’ devotion to community involvement and compassion was demonstrated through their Facebook Power Launch campaign. For every “like” that their page received during those months, the clinic donated a can of food to the Kitsap Humane Society. All in all, Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital donated over 800 cans of food.
Looking toward the future, the Kinders feel they have a world of possibilities on the horizon. They plan to hire another veterinarian shortly, and are considering opening up a boarding facility to better serve the pet parents of the surrounding community. Eventually, they may even open up another small clinic in the area.
At Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital, your pet is treated as if they were a team members’ own. The ultimate goal is to provide the highest quality of veterinary care for your four-legged friends. Each team member is dedicated to forming a relationship with clients so that pet owners can become an active partner in their animal companions’ health and well-being.
Clifton Hollow Animal Hospital
1016 NE Forest Rock Ln, Suite 120
Poulsbo, WA 98370