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Welcome to Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital

(425) 788-7844

Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital, locally owned by Dr. Lance Weekes, has been helping pets and their families in the Duvall and Snoqualmie valley areas since 2003. The practice standards: excellent medical care, communication, compassion.

Dr. Lance Weekes
Duvall Veterinarian | Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital | (425) 788-7844

14124 Main St. NESuite A
Duvall, WA 98019

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Lance Weekes
    DVM

    In 2003, Dr. Weekes opened the Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital.  He earned a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1983 from Iowa State University and Bachelor of Science at North Dakota State University in 1978.  He has extensive experience in internal medicine, surgery and many levels of emergency care.  He previously worked as Hospital Director at Lynwood Veterinary Center.  Lance and his family have lived in Duvall since 1997.

  • Jan Weekes
    Office Manager

    Jan graduated from the Puget sound  Institute of Veterinary Technology in 1985.  Upon graduation she began an eight year position at an animal emergency clinic in Bellevue.  Her office experience includes seven years as school registrar for Pacific Northwest Ballet.

    Jan moved to Duvall in 1997 and has done volunteer work with the arts community particularly Arts Onstage and Summerstage.  She served as Vice President of the Duvall Arts commission and Treasurer of the Cascade Performing Arts Council.

    Jan and Lance Weekes and Cherry Valley Veterinary Hospital continue to be active supporters of local art, community and canine events.

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "My dog has been going to Dr. Weeks for eleven years and we have really appreciated his gentle care and treatment. We can see his love for animals in how he carefully examines them. His staff is very attentive and nice. Dr. Weeks has always been clear in his diagnostics and patient in explaining these to us. I highly recommend him and his clinic."
    Kimie M.
  • "Come here to have your kids euthanized at competitive prices!"
    Scott P.
  • "We've been taking our family pets here since the day they opened. Dr. Weeks and staff are absolutely fantastic and provide the best level of care available. Your pets are in great hands at Cherry Valley Veterinary."
    Brady O.
  • "Took my cat here after a while of trying other vets and got instant results. Not only was the doctor extremely charismatic and good with her, he also listened to what I had to say and ran the tests I requested. This led to him being able to immediately treat her and do in 30 minutes what none of the other vets I've visited were able to in hours and thousands of dollars of tests and treatments."
    Ian F.
  • "Great veterinarian! Extremely accommodating of urgent needs. Costs are not excessive or high priced. One of the best vets I’ve gone to! I know my dogs are in good hands."
    Desiree H.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Tuesday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Wednesday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Thursday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Friday:

7:30am

7:30pm

Saturday:

8:00am

12:00pm

Sunday:

Closed