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Do you need to come in?

Find out what you need to know before visiting the ER.

What to expect  

My cat has an upset stomach. Now what?

We’ll get down to the bottom of it while keeping your pet comfortable and hydrated.

My dog ate something he shouldn't have. Can you help?

Finding a safe way to remove or digest the item is essential to your pet’s well-being. We see this every day.

My pet is bleeding. Should I come in?

It’s important to clean cuts, scrapes and wounds to avoid infection. Let’s take a look.

Critical Care

Our comprehensive approach of criticalists partnering with emergency teams, other specialists and local veterinarians offers the best chance of recovery to our patients.

About Our ICU

You can save animals, too. 

As a nonprofit, DoveLewis depends on the generous support of donors like you to maintain and grow our medical services and community programs for the benefit of Oregon’s animals.

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For Veterinarians

Working with local veterinary teams is essential to the well-being of Oregon’s animals and we’re proud to have you as a partner. We’re here as a resource for you, offering everything from specialty referrals to client resources to continued education.

Resources for clinics

Visit atdove.org

atdove.org offers procedural videos, continuing education (CE) and specialty training for everyone in your practice.

Visit atdove.org

Our Expert Team

It takes a lot of people for a 24/7 emergency animal hospital to run. Each of them is fueled by a commitment to excellence and to their community. 

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Found Pets

Description
Found orange tabby DSH (MGD6863)
Breed
Domesitc Shorthair
Sex
Unknown
Found Near
625 NW 78th Ave and Glisan
Found On
Description
Found black, intact male DSH (MGD6861)
Breed
Domesitc Shorthair
Sex
Male
Found Near
NE 155th and Halsey
Found On

Upcoming Events

Memorial Art Workshop

One of the best ways to navigate your grief when you lose a pet is by memorializing them through art. Research shows that art and healing come from the same source. In fact, it is now known that when a person is creating art or is healing, this person will emit the same brain wave patterns. Art and healing are so powerful that hospitals are incorporating art into patient care.

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Veterinary Hospital Portland

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Call 503-228-7281 x2 to have your pet evaluated by an experienced technician to understand all of your care options.
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