Welcome to Nooksack Animal Hospital

Nooksack Animal Hospital started as the Sumas Veterinary Clinic in 1955 predominately serving the dairy industry. As time went on our equine and small animal patients increased and in 1996 we moved to Nooksack and became the Nooksack Animal Hospital.

With the move we extended our small animal facility to include in house laboratory analysis, radiology, ultrasound, surgery, dental care, boarding and also added 2 experienced small animal veterinarians.

Our equine services include wellness exams , vaccinations, breeding, radiology, parasite and nutrition evaluation , sick animal care, dentistry, surgery, prepurchase/insurance exams and preventive health care management.

Our Veterinarians

Dr. Cathy Mosher
Dr. Cathy MosherVeterinarian
Dr. Mosher joined our practice in July 2006. She relocated from Eastern Washington to be with her family in Whatcom County. Dr. Mosher is a graduate of Washinton State University (Go Cougs!) and owned a small animal and relief practice for 25 years before moving here. She has 3 grown children, 2 cats and a dog. She enjoys travel, the outdoors, scrapbooking and spending time with her family. Her professional interests include dermatology and internal medicine.
Dr. Greg Iverson
Dr. Greg IversonVeterinarian
Dr. Iversen grew up in Poulsbo, Washington, and graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. One of the co-owners of Nooksack Animal Hospital, he combines large and small animal practice, with an emphasis on dairy herd health and preventive medicine. Greg lives in Nooksack with his wife Carol, a speech pathologist, and their three daughters. In his spare time, he enjoys fly-fishing, camping, and supporting his daughters’ various school, sports, and musical activities. In addition to the clinic menagerie, he has a family cat, “Cupcake.” and ” Jessie” his black lab.
Dr. Karen Kelley
Dr. Karen KelleyVeterinarian
Dr.Kelley was raised in Whatcom County, and graduated from WSU College of Veterinary Medicine. A Nooksack Animal Hospital co-owner, she enjoys her mixed animal practice, with a special interest in equine medicine. Karen spends her free time with her family, husband Tony, and their two children, hiking and horseback riding near their home in the foothills of Sumas
Dr. Kim Feringer
Dr. Kim FeringerVeterinarian
Pacific Northwest native Kim Feringer grew up in Bellingham on Chuckanut Drive. He fished commercially in Alaska and Washington before attending the College of Veterinary Medicine at WSU, graduating in 1983. Kim is primarily involved in small animal medicine and surgery at Nooksack Animal Hospital, with a special interest in the holistic approach to animal health. A falconer for over 30 years, Kim also enjoys flyfishing, skiing, hiking and birdwatching. Through the years he has shared his home with numerous hawks and falcons, cats, dogs, horses, and llamas. His family now includes his wife Stacey, 9 dogs, 2 cats and 2 horses.



Bovine Services

Veterinarians play a big role in the daily life of a dairy farm. Whether we are stopping by for a routine checkup, or racing over for an emergency situation, we work very closely with our local dairy farmers to ensure that they’re receiving the very best in veterinary care.

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Canine/Feline Services

Equine Services

The Nooksack Animal Hospital offers an extensive range of equine services including ultrasound, in house lab, x-rays, motorized dental equipment and surgery. The veterinarians have portable hospitals on their trucks to allow them to come out to your farm to treat your horses. Owners with trailers may chose to bring their horses into the hospital where we have stocks for safer, easier handling.

Contact Information

302 W. Columbia Street
P.O. Box 4240
Nooksack, WA 98276
(360)966-3207 phone
(360)966-3863 fax

Email Us:  pets@nooksackanimalhospital.com