OVCC will be closed July 18 - August 3rd.

We will reopen August 4th.

During these two weeks, Dr. Parshley and Allen will not be able to return or send emails as they will be out of the country.

Feel free to send non-urgent emails and they will answer as soon as possible after they arrive back in the States.

Please Note: We will be monitoring our phone messages during this closure.

If you need a prescription refilled or if you need to make an appointment, please leave us a message on our

phone system and one of us will get back to you in 2-3 business days (360-339-3596).

If your pet experiences an oncologic emergency during these two weeks,

please contact Summit Veterinary Referral Center (253-983-1114).

When you speak to the fine staff at Summit let them know your pet is a patient of Dr. Parshley.

If you are instructed to see the oncologist or emergency services at Summit Veterinary Referral Service please bring your most recent discharge.

For all other emergencies, please contact your regular veterinarian or one of our local emergency clinics.

New clients, if your pet is diagnosed with cancer during this time, please call and leave a message with us

and we will arrange the first available appointment for the week of August 4th . If however you feel your pet needs

to be seen earlier than, please contact Summit Veterinary Referral Center to schedule an earlier appointment.

Thank you for understanding our human weakness for desperately needing a vacation

for we are certainly not as strong as our furry patients. Once again we will back the first week

of August and will be happy to see all our patients and clients once again.

Olympia Veterinary Cancer Center, Olympia, WA

Clinic Hours:

Monday - Thursday 9am - 6pm

Drop off hours:

For Therapy: 7:45am-8:15am
For Surgery: 7am

Our Address:

Olympia Veterinary Cancer Center
115 Eastside St NE
Olympia, WA 98506


Office (360) 339-3596
Fax (360) 350-3563
We are proud supporters of

Paws Against Cancer

"Paws Against Cancer seeks to raise awareness of cancer in our companion animals and provides education and assistance to those who may not be able to afford parts of their treatment."
Paws Against Cancer