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The doctors and staff of Cascade Veterinary Center, P.S. in Marysville, are dedicated to providing compassionate, high-quality medical and surgical care for our patients as well as the highest level of service and education to our clients. Through trust and communication, we desire to exceed your expectations in our delivery of care to your pets. It is our mission to help your four-legged family member live a long and healthy life.


Pet of the Month

  • Allie Keeney

    The CVC staff would love to take this opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate one of our outstanding patients for the month of March! Allie is one of the sweetest pups to walk into our clinic. Allie joined the Keeney family as a 2.3 pound, 9 week old (adorable) puppy in May of 2019. She has been coming to CVC ever since. Although Allie is little, her personality is anything but little. She is sweet and cuddly, while also being full of energy and playful. We are so very lucky to have her as our patient. Thank you to Allie and her family for being so great!

    Allie is a 1 year old white Havanese, who is a patient at our clinic. She has been coming to us since May 2019. Her treat of choice is chew bones. She is cared for by her owner's Becky and Nate, her brother Nick, and two cat sisters named Ogden and Provo. She loves to go for walks, explore, and going to doggy daycare to play with other dogs of all sizes. While we would like to think her favorite activity is coming to visit us, she prefers chasing her toys in the backyard. 

Meet Our Skilled Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Art Hoffman
    Dr. Hoffman has served the Marysville community since 1975. He is a 1970 graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Washington State University. Dr. Hoffman opened his new state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, including a pharmacy, an in-house laboratory for efficient patient diagnosis, a spacious surgery suite, separate dog and cat boarding facilities with a large outside area for dogs to be walk, three examination rooms, radiology, and a large retail area.

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  • Eva Tusa

    Dr. Eva Tusa graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in southern California in 2016. After graduation she moved to Nebraska to work in a busy small animal private practice. Dr. Tusa is passionate about client communication and education, especially regarding zoonotic diseases. Her veterinary interests include animal behavior, dermatology, and pathology. Dr. Tusa hopes to bring her experience with ruminants, camelids, and poultry to the Marysville community. Dr. Tusa spends her free time with her husband and their two dogs, Douglas and Peanut, trying new recipes, arranging succulents, or watching a good movie.

    Dr. Tusa is eager to meet you and your four legged family. Don’t hesitate to schedule your pet’s next appointment with Dr. Tusa, her calm presence and infectious smile will put you at ease.

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  • Dr
    Franklin Vincenzi

    Dr. Franklin Vincenzi has been a great addition to our practice, he has been practicing veterinary medicine since June of 1999, where he graduated from Washington State University, as well he received his dual major in, Biology and Anthropology and minor in Chemistry from Western Washington University. Dr. Vincenzi started out in veterinary medicine working with dogs, cats, exotics, birds, and zoo animals. His interest in wildlife led him to a veterinary internship in wild animal management, medicine, and surgery at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. He later completed externships and preceptor-ships at various Zoo’s and Wildlife Centers. Over the last 15 years Franklin’s focus has been small animal care and pain management.  Dr. Vincenzi is the jokester around here and keeps us all on our toes and he loves taking care of your pets . Dr. Vincenzi enjoys spending time with his family and taking care of his mini farm.

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Marysville Office

Monday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed