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  • How Can I Tell if My Pet is in Pain?

    With seasonal changes in weather, it can be common for elderly dogs and cats to suffer some discomfort from old joints and sore muscles. Pain in animals, however, can sometimes be difficult to notice. It’s in the n...

  • Geriatric Blood Screening

    A key component of any wellness plan for an older pet should be annual, and even better, biannual bloodwork and laboratory screening tests. These tests typically include several components. A complete blood count (CBC), ...

  • Get Out That Leash!

    After the caloric landslide and stress carousel of the holidays, we wake up on January 1st with renewed good intentions for weight loss and healthy lifestyle changes. This January might be a good one to make a resolution...

  • Exercising Your Cat

    Four for Friday: Four Ways to Exercise Your CatIt's true that cats are natural loungers...that's evolutionary. Just look at lions, for goodness sake! Most photos taken of these cats, king of all beasts, show them lying a...

  • First Aid

    First Aid for Pets – How Prepared Should You Be?April is the American Red Cross's National Pet First Aid Awareness Month. What a mouthful! How many pet owners out there would know what to do if your pet was involved in...

Animal Care Clinic

29020 Town Center Loop E, Suite 102

Wilsonville, Oregon 97070


For general information, questions, appointment requests, call us at:

Phone number: 503-682-1794 or email to [email protected]


Fax number: 503-682-2174

For after-hour emergencies, call Emergency Clinic of Tualatin at: 503-691-7922


We're available for dog and cat boarding. Call us for more information.

Hours

Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm

Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm

Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm

Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm

Saturday 8:30am - 3:00pm

Sunday Closed