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Having a pet is a big responsibility. If you are going to own any animal from a standard dog or cat to a larger pet like a horse or tropical bird, you will need to be prepared to take your pet for routine vet visits. You also should know where the nearest emergency animal hospital is if your pet gets injured during off hours. Being familiar with pet health care terms can be helpful.

  • Holistic Medicine - Non-drug related treatment that focuses more on natural supplements and spirituality.
  • Vaccine - An inoculation to protect against an illness.
  • Cystitis - Bladder information or a bladder infection. This type of inflammation can effect pets as well as people.
  • Pet Insurance - Health insurance that you can obtain for your dog or cat to help pay for medical visits.
  • Veterinarian - A type of clinician who focuses on one disease or subject, like large or household animals. You sometimes will need a referral from a primary vet clinic to see a specialist.
  • 24 Hour Hospital - An animal hospital that never closes so that you have a place to bring your pet to see a doctor in-case of an extreme emergency that can not wait until normal business hours. Similar to an emergency room for humans.
  • Private Practice - A medical clinic run by one vet at a personal place of business. This vet is not part of a larger medical group or hospital.
  • Anesthesia - An analgesic used during surgery.
  • Shedding - When animals get rid of layers of fur or skin. Some animals do this to help with body heat regulation. Others do this only when ill.
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    Amer Veterinary Medical Assoc
    Schaumburg, IL 60173
    If your pet is sick, injured, or experiencing other issues, make sure you find the most reputable veterinarian to treat them. Check with our association first to make sure your veterinarian is preferred.
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    User Review: "Dr. Hill and his staff made my pet's life more enjoyable and longer than I could ever expect."
    The American Animal Hospital Association
    Lakewood, CO 80228
    Every pet owner needs a reliable veterinarian hospital to go to, so make sure they choose yours by joining our association. Providing veterinarian hospitals with valuable resources from our organization.
     
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    Kindness Family Pet Clinic
    2835 19th Ave Ste 100, Forest Grove, OR 97116
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    (503) 359-9548
     
    User Review: "They are truly the best ever I have been with them for over 10 years, if I ever had to move I would want to take them with..." - robin (OR)
    Cornell Road Veterinary Hospital
    2401 Ne Cornell Rd Ste T, Hillsboro, OR 97124
    Just want to enjoy your pet? No worries! We'll take care of your pet's health so you have more time to play. We provide your pet's care in a warm and caring environment that includes many services - laser surgery, senior care and aquatic medicine.
    (503) 693-1598
    Southwest Animal Hospital
    6139 Sw Murray Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97008
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    (503) 643-2137
     
    User Review: "They are top researchers on ferret illnesses and the best vets." - Darlene (FL)
    Banfield Pet Hospital
    889 Ne 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124
    (503) 844-2774
    Frontier Veterinary Hospital
    4500 Ne Cornell Rd, Hillsboro, OR 97124
    (503) 648-1643
    Best Care Animal Hospital
    15915 Nw Schendel Ave Ste 105, Beaverton, OR 97006
    (503) 533-2323
    Cornell Center Animal Hospital
    16155 Nw Cornell Rd Ste 800, Beaverton, OR 97006
    (503) 645-1564
    Banfield Pet Hospital
    1295 Nw 185th Ave, Beaverton, OR 97006
    (503) 466-2000
    Aloha Dog & Cat Hospital
    17335 Sw Tualatin Valley Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97006
    (503) 649-5611
    Valley Veterinary Hospital
    18955 Sw Tualatin Valley Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97006
    (503) 649-6900
    Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital
    14831 Sw Teal Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97007
    (503) 579-3300
    Banfield Pet Hospital
    12375 Sw Walker Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 644-1100
    Dove Lewis Memorial Vet Clinic
    18990 Sw Shaw St, Aloha, OR 97007
    (503) 645-5800
    Mountain View Veterinary Hospital
    13914 Ne 16th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98685
    (360) 574-7290
    Felida Pet Hospital
    12616 Nw 36th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98685
    (360) 571-8755


    Veterinary hospitals are invaluable to pet lovers. These emergency animal clinics provide medical support to dogs, cats and other types of animals in need of help. Most of these veterinary hospitals are run by trained doctors of medicine. These doctors know how to properly treat and care for sick animals, and they are generally passionate about what they do. They often provide pets with vaccines and holistic healing treatments. These trained veterinarians are generally comfortable working with horses and birds, as well as dogs and cats. Some veterinary hospitals are open 24 hours a day. These animal clinics provide emergency health care to pets in need of it around the clock. They have surgery specialists on staff at all times to help even the sickest of animals. They also have insurance specialists on hand to help families finance any necessary surgeries or unforeseen expenses. Sometimes the doctors who work at these veterinary hospitals open private practices of their own. Through a referral process, they build a base of satisfied patients and customers, and they often establish a rapport with their customers. These private vets are often just as skilled as the veterinarians who work in animal hospitals. Their services are often slightly less costly. So, if your pet only needs a minor check up or vaccine, you may want to consider coming to one of these vets. On the other hand, if your pet is seriously ill or has been injured, you may want to go to an emergency veterinary hospital. The hospital staff should be able to see to it that your pet regains its health in no time!
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