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Alaska Veterinary Clinic

Alaska Veterinary Clinic

300 East Fireweed Lane | Anchorage, AK 99503

Call 907-519-7145
Monday 7:30am - 8:00pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 8:00pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 8:00pm
Thursday 7:30am - 8:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 12:00pm
Sunday Closed
  • Animal Boarding
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

At Alaska Veterinary Clinic we know that your pets are more than just the 4 legged or winged animals that live in your house. They are a part of the family. We strive to give the best in quality vet care so that you may have many healthy years together. We provide more than just routine vaccines and checkups. We offer diagnostic services including digital x-rays and sonograms, general and orthopedic surgery, laboratory services, dental procedures, as well as in-house pharmacy services. With the addition of doctors Kellie Lindquist and Cathy Hawn, A.V.C. also sees exotic, avian and other small animals. Our doctors and technicians stay updated on the newest advances, techniques, and medications to assure quality health care for your pets.

Whatever your pet care needs, Alaska Veterinary Clinic can probably provide them. We are a full service veterinary clinic with in house pharmacy and boarding facilities. We can provide yearly exam and vaccinations, new pet exams, municipal licensing, dental care, surgical procedures, x-rays, sonograms, blood tests, litter vaccines, reproductive services, chemotherapy, pet medications or special dietary foods and prescription grooming needs.

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Located on the corner of Fireweed and Cordova in the heart of mid-town Anchorage. Located on the corner of Fireweed and Cordova in the heart of mid-town Anchorage.
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Gerald R. Wooldridge, D.V.M.
Gerald R. Wooldridge, D.V.M.

Dr. Gerald Wooldridge grew up "just a farm boy" in Peetz, Colorado, and attended Colorado State University where he received his D.V.M. degree in 1966. After graduation he moved to Alaska to work just for the summer and he has been practicing veterinary medicine ever since. He has become well known for his skill in canine reproduction services as well as spay/neuter services, believing in the importance of responsible breeding as well as the prevention of unplanned litters. He spent 20 years as the Alaska SPCA low-cost spay/neuter clinic veterinarian while also serving his regular clinic clientele. He is well known by his clients as a genuinely caring and supportive doctor who goes the extra mile for their pets.

Dr. Wooldridge, affectionately known as Woolie by clinic staff, has been a pilot for over 40 years and enjoys the outdoors, spending time flying, snow machining, fishing or hanging out at his cabin. He enjoys hockey and is a big fan of the Alaska Aces. He has a secret soft spot for cats and white chocolate. He is married to Corrine, has two grown children, and shares his home with "Charlie", a toy poodle.

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Lindsay Wingerter, D.V.M.
Lindsay Wingerter, D.V.M.

Dr. Lindsay Wingerter is very happy to have joined Alaska Veterinary Clinic in September 2007. She grew up in Fairbanks, AK. She received her bachelor's from Montana State and her doctor of veterinary medicine from Washington State. Those eight years out of Alaska filled her lifetime limit. When she's not helping people and pets she enjoys hiking, camping, cooking and reading. She shares her life with her husband Joe, a young and rowdy black lab named Jet, a mischievous standard poodle named Louie, a pleasure horse named Gwendolyn (used only for Gwen's pleasure) and a cat named Howard who just can not understand why she needs other animals in her life.

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Kellie Lindquist, D.V.M.
Kellie Lindquist, D.V.M.

Dr. Kellie Lindquist is excited to be here in Alaska and to have joined the team at Alaska Veterinary Clinic. After growing up in warm, vineyard filled Northern California, she ventured north to Oregon where she earned her Bachelor's degree from Linfield College, and then east to the cornfields of Iowa where she earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State University. After Iowa, she made her way back to Oregon where she practiced at a mixed animal practice on the Oregon coast and then finally made the long journey north to Alaska, where she and her husband plan to stay! Dr. Lindquist and her wonderful husband share their home with two beautiful English Setters (Brody and Gauge) and a spoiled Brittany (Moon). Her favorite past times include reading, relaxing and almost any activity outdoors...hiking, fishing, snowboarding, hunting (especially with her dogs!), camping, and wildlife viewing.

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John Knudsen, D.V.M.
John Knudsen, D.V.M.

Dr. John Knudsen grew up in Cody, Wyoming before completing his Bachelor's Degree from University of Wyoming. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2012. After a year working at a small animal clinic in Cody, Wyoming, he decided to move to Alaska and see what it has to offer. He enjoys hunting, fishing, backcountry skiing, backpacking, home-brewing, and just about anything outdoors. His two german wirehaired pointers, Max and Brea, join him on every outdoor adventure.

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David W. Law, D.V.M.
David W. Law, D.V.M.

Dr. David Law grew up in a small town in rural Illinois and received his D.V.M. degree from The University of Illinois in 1965. He has been associated with Alaska Veterinary Clinic since 1970. His major interests include fishing, hunting, and flying his 1947 Piper PA-12 airplane, having accumulated several thousand hours of flight time throughout Alaska. Dr. Law and his wife Sheryl have two adult children, grandchildren, a flying Border Collie named Tony, and a three legged, half-tailed, no eared cat called "Freeze Dried".

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