We keep people and pets together by providing essential veterinary health care. This information is to help you get care for your pets at our Clinics.
What to Expect at a Clinic:
are on a first-come-first-serve basis. Some people arrive many hours before the
gates open. We begin triage and check for spay/neuter and financial
qualification generally around 7:00 a.m. Gates open at 8:00 a.m. Intake staff
will give you paperwork to complete and collect your co-pay when you are inside
the gates. Vets start seeing animals around 9:00 a.m. Listen for your tag
letter and number – these are not always called in order due to triage. A PAW
Team volunteer will escort you through the clinic and can answer most
non-medical questions you may have. We also provide information and referral services. You can leave a voice-mail with your medical questions at 971-333-0729 or fill out our medical inquiry form.
Triage staff will assign you a clinic tag that tells us what services your pet will receive. Services may include:
- Flea treatment, de-wormer and supplies (blankets, leashes, toys, etc.)
- Vaccinations which are due, including rabies; proof of vaccination
- Discounted licensing for Multnomah, Clark, Washington and Clackamas Counties
- Medical grooming (e.g. nail trim, mat removal).
- Vet exam and urgent treatment; necessary prescription food and medications.
- Non-surgical sterilization for unaltered qualifying male dogs