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Portland Veterinarian Welcomes You and Your Pet
Our clinic is moving!
We will be working out of Overlook Veterinary Clinic beginning May 11, 2017.
2009 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217.
Please call our regular office phone.
We will be sharing their space until our new facility is completed this June.
Our new location will be: 8260 N Interstate Ave, Portland OR 97217.
Previously this space was the DMV located in the Kenton District of North Portland. We will provide more exact dates soon. We appreciate your patience during this transition.
Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic, serving the Portland area, is a veterinary hospital designed to meet the needs of pet owners for all of their veterinary questions and concerns.
Our veterinarians and staff provide a wide range of services including everything from regular check-up visits to emergency vet care. We also offer free exams for pets adopted from the Oregon Humane Society or the Multnomah County Animal Services.
Portland veterinarian, Dr. Kenneth DeRemer, is a small animal vet and is well-trained to provide experienced and extensive care for animals visiting our clinic. Additional services we offer include vaccinations, spay and neuter services, cat or dog surgery, and check-ups with a focus on creating a successful wellness program for your pet. The overall goal at our veterinary hospital is to provide a well-rounded, comfortable experience for each and every pet.
Small Animal Vet Providing Care for Dogs, Cats, and Pocket Pets
At our small animal vet clinic, we treat and work with many types of animals. Our Portland veterinary hospital provides medical care for dogs, cats, pocket pets, small mammals and chickens. If your canine requires advanced medical assistance, our veterinary staff is able to perform dog surgery. We can also help maintain your pet's oral hygiene with preventative and corrective dog dental care. In addition to the services we provide our pet patients, we also perform emergency vet care for the pound and provide assistance for bunny advocates in the area.
Between appointments for regular check-ups or routine pet vaccinations, our veterinarians and staff strive to help you maintain a wellness program which includes helpful health information and tips for at-home animal care.
We want you to have current information in regards to the best treatment and preventative care for your pets. Whether the visit is for spay and neuter services or pet dental needs, we want it to be a comfortable experience for everyone. We believe that prevention is the best type of care and we design our wellness plans to provide necessary preventative measures for your pet.
In the event your pet requires emergency vet attention, our staff is fully prepared to accommodate your pets' needs. By contacting our office, we can provide assistance and assurance for pet owners over the phone. If necessary, we can schedule an emergency vet visit for your pet to be seen as soon as possible at our veterinary hospital. If your canine friend is facing continuous or urgent health issues, we can discuss the different options available including the possibility of dog surgery.
No matter what the condition your pet is being seen for, our knowledgeable staff can provide information regarding any topic of care for pets. We can also fulfill the medical needs of your chickens, pocket pets and other small mammals. We want you to feel comfortable to ask questions and understand what's best for the well-being of your pet. Our veterinarians and staff work to ensure that your pet is enjoying the benefits of a healthy and happy life.
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.