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Our Portland Veterinarian Welcomes You to Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic

If you have been looking for an experienced Portland veterinarian backed with a confident, pet-loving team then our vet is pleased to welcome you and your animal companions to Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic. While we most commonly deal with cats and dogs, our esteemed team also welcomes pocket pets, rabbits, chickens and other small mammals in need of pet wellness services in Portland. With our state-of-the-art facilities and esteemed vet staff, our Portland veterinarian can handle everything from routine health care to emergency surgeries and everything in between.

Meet Our Pet Wellness Team at Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic

We are thrilled to have not one Portland vet but two! Dr. Kenneth DeRemer and Dr. Ross Weinstein both have vast experience in providing top-quality animal care. With a complete focus on providing an optimal health and wellness program designed specifically for your beloved pet, we work closely with the rest of our team of Certified Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Assistants, and our friendly receptionist. Never hesitate to ask us any questions or address concerns with us about your pet’s health.

Working together, we believe that our commitment to your pet is unmistakable. Our passion, concern, and mission to provide pet owners with the educational information they need make us stand above other vets in Portland. We want for your pet live an optimal life while promoting the special connection you already share to greater heights, which is why our services are so extensive at Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic.

Pet Health Services in Portland at Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic

We believe that prevention and proactive veterinary visits are the key to increasing the health, happiness, and longevity of your pet’s life. So, if any issues or concerns arise between comprehensive pet wellness examinations or vaccination updates occur, feel free to reach out to us. However, we always strive to give patients everything they need during regularly scheduled visits. Just a few of our in-office services include:

  • Wellness Care for Pets of All Ages
  • Pet Vaccinations
  • Spaying & Neutering
  • Pet Microchipping
  • Flea Preventives and Treatment
  • Pet Dental Care
  • Pet Surgery
  • Emergency Veterinary Care in Portland

If you are in need of services and treatments not listed here, just contact us and our vet in Portland will be happy to refer you to a specialist who can do so. Our team is here to support all of your pet health needs and answer any questions you have at any time.

Contact Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic Today

Are you and your pet ready to become a part of our family for life? If so, give our vet at Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic a call today at 503-285-7661 to schedule a consultation today. Our generous hours and dedicated team work their hardest to accommodate your scheduling needs. Don’t forget to ask about our new patient specials, and we also offer free initial exams for cats and dogs adopted via the Oregon Humane Society and the Multnomah County Animal Services.

Call us at 503-285-7661 to make an appointment today.

We also have a sister clinic, Paws and Claws Pet Medical Center located in Troutdale, OR. Dr DeRemer splits his time between the two clinics.



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