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Camping Tips for You and Your Pet

Camping Tips for You and Your Pet

It's camping season! Before pitching your tent and getting back into nature with your furry friend, brush up on some safety tips to make sure your adventure goes off without a hitch!  #1: Take your pet on a camping trial run Have a trial run in your backyard to see...

Preparing Your Pet for “Bring Your Pet to Work Day”

Preparing Your Pet for “Bring Your Pet to Work Day”

During the past year and a half, when the world was working remotely, your pet was probably your favorite coworker! As things are gradually changing again, this might not be the case for much longer. Fortunately, June 25th is Take Your Dog to Work Day, so you might be...

The Life-Saving Act of Microchipping Your Pet

The Life-Saving Act of Microchipping Your Pet

What does it mean to microchip your pet? There are many misconceptions surrounding microchipping that prevent pet owners from moving forward with the process. This procedure could be a life-saving move for your pet, so our team is busting common microchip myths. ...

Protecting Your Pet in Nature

Protecting Your Pet in Nature

With temperatures finally warming up, it's a great time to head outside with your four-legged buddy! While in nature, it's important to ensure your pet is safe. Here are a couple of tips to keep in mind!  #1: Stock up on parasite prevention for your pet Spring is...

A Budget-Friendly Guide to Caring for an Aging Pet

A Budget-Friendly Guide to Caring for an Aging Pet

As a loving pet owner, you want your four-legged friend to live a happy, healthy, and long life. As your pet gets older, they will require more care and attention. Senior pets are more likely to experience vision deficits and hearing loss, for example, and are at...

Avoid These Foods For Your Feline

Avoid These Foods For Your Feline

Cats can be pretty picky when it comes to what they like to eat. While finding something new for your kitty to enjoy, be sure to avoid anything that may not be safe for them to snack on! Check out this list of unsafe feline foods that might surprise you:   Tuna A...

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26072 Highway 30
Rainier, Oregon 97048
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Monday: 8:00-5:30 pm
Tuesday: 8:00-5:30 pm
Wednesday: 8:00-5:30 pm
Thursday: 8:00-5:30 pm
Friday: 8:00 – 5:30 pm
Saturday: 9:00-4:00 pm (small animal only)

We offer emergency after-hours services to our existing clients until midnight.

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Fax: 503-556-8635
Email: valleyveterinaryclinic@yahoo.com

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