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DoveLewis is more than an emergency hospital. It is a hub for specialized care. A nonprofit haven for animals in need. A member of Oregon's community. And a resource for veterinarians worldwide.

Meet Dovelewis

Do you need to come in?

If you're worried, we are, too. The answer is almost always: Yes.

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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 cat has an upset stomach. Now what?

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

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.

Emergency Services

With a suite of resources at their fingertips, like on-site surgeons and a blood bank, our emergency teams are ready for even the most critical of cases.

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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.

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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.

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Our Expert Team

It’s 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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Pet Health & Wellness Tips

High-Rise Syndrome is a Risk for Portland Pets

As Portland continues to grow “up” with the addition of numerous high-rise apartment buildings, local pets are at a greater risk of suffering from high-rise syndrome, especially during the hotter days of summer. High-rise syndrome commonly refers to cats and dogs falling from a two-story surface or higher.

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Fourth of July: Celebrate with Pet Safety in Mind

Every year on Independence Day many families experience pet emergencies. The celebration and festivities can cause several hazards to pets that can not only be distressing to them, but also harmful. Loud noises from exploding fireworks, unfamiliar guests, as well as fire hazards and holiday food can result in stress and injury to pets.

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What type of pet(s)?

Found Pets

Description
Tortoiseshell Cat (CGD934)
Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Sex
Female
Found Near
SE Overland and SE 77th ave
Found On
Description
Black & White Kitten
Breed
Domestic Long Hair
Sex
Male
Found Near
Buffalo and MLK
Found On

Upcoming Events

Pet Loss Support Meeting

Saying goodbye to a pet can be extremely devastating for any loving pet owner. These group support meetings are designed to provide a comforting and compassionate environment for those mourning the loss of a pet.

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Service of Remembrance

Every December we join in celebration of the invisible yet undeniable bond between humans and our beloved companion animals. Together, surrounded by others who understand this bond, we will light candles in memory of those who are no longer here.

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