Posted on 03-15-2017
Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic: Your Veterinarian in Portland
At Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic, our Portland vet and his dedicated team take great pride in serving your pet with the highest standard of care. We understand that your pet is a beloved member of your family, which is why we treat each pet that comes into our clinic as one of our own. From routine wellness exams and vaccinations to more involved procedures, such as emergency care and even surgeries, our team is committed to your pet's health and wellness.
Our Veterinary Services Offered
Contrary to what our name may lead you to believe, we provide a wide range of veterinary services not just to dogs and cats, but too small mammals, pocket pets, chickens, and the like. Specifically, we strive to be the area's one-stop shop for all their pet's health and wellness needs. As such, we provide:
- Pet Wellness Care - This includes everything from annual wellness examinations and immunizations to diagnostic testing and parasite screening.
- Pet Dental Care - Such as routine dental exams and annual pet dental cleanings to protect oral health and avoid gum disease. We also have the experience and resources to perform dental surgeries and tooth extractions, when necessary.
- Pet Surgery - This can include anything from a typical spay/neuter procedure to more complex operations, such as orthopedic surgery. Diagnostic blood work is always completed before placing your pet under anesthesia for these procedures.
- Emergency and Urgent Care - In the event of an emergency, our team can provide care during our regular office hours six days a week. We have experience with emergencies related to accidental poisoning, car accidents, toxin ingestion, and injuries related to cat or dog fights.
Schedule an Appointment With Our Portland Veterinarian
If you've been looking for a Portland veterinarian you can trust with your pet, Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic is here for you. Contact us at (503) 285-7661 today to request your pet's appointment and learn more about our services offered.
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