We know how scary a sick pet can be so we will go the extra mile to ensure the comfort of your pet during your visit...


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Everyone in our office, from our vets to our admins, love animals. 


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Glitter is a 4-month old spayed female. She is very sweet and affectionate simply loves to play and her sister, Sparkle, is also available for adoption. They are very friendly and have been socialized with large dogs. They are available for adoption immediately upon completion of an approved application. Applications are available here at the clinic to adopt her from Ketchikan Humane Society. Her adoption fee is $50.

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questions, or medication refills, please message us! 

​Looking for a different kind of pet?  Check out pets in need of rescue in SE Alaska first!

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If financial hardship prevents you from spaying or neutering your pet, please consider applying for the Ketchikan Humane Society low-cost $35 spay and neuter clinic.

Please stop by the clinic for an application or contact the Ketchikan Humane Society directly.

​​Island to Island Veterinary Clinic's mission is to lengthen and enrich the relationship between clients and their pets.  We do this by providing the highest degree of quality medicine and surgery in a caring and compassionate environment.  We are dedicated to providing open communication and maintaining client relationships with professionalism along with a personal touch. 
Island to Island is a family owned and operated veterinary clinic, serving Ketchikan and the surrounding islands.  Our experienced staff offers a multitude ​of services, including 24 hour on-call emergency services.


Ketchikan Clinic

Monday: 8:30-5:30

Tuesday: 8:30-5:30

Wednesday: Retail Only 9:00-3:00

Thursday: 8:30-5:30​

Friday: 8:30-5:30

Prince of Wales
Schedule varies

Please call for hours and information

Emergency Services Available After Hours & Holidays

(907) 617-9893


The latest tips and information on keeping your pet healthy.

Questions About Keeping Your Pet Healthy?

​Use the links above to visit the American Animal Hospital Association.  You'll find tips on keeping your pet healthy and a safe place to research
your questions.  Did your dog eat chocolate?  
Is the plant your cat just ate toxic?  Are you struggling with fleas?  Find answers to your
common questions by using the "SEARCH" bar at www.healthypet.com

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