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Bend Veterinary Clinic

Bend Veterinary Clinic (BVC) has been providing quality compassionate veterinary care for Central Oregon dogs, cats and exotic pets since 1964. Whatever your animals needs, we are sure to have services to match.

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2016 Best of Central Oregon - Best Vet

Thank you to our Cenrtral Oregon community for voting us #1 Veterinary Clinic. We appreciate your confidence in our doctors and staff with taking care of your pets!

We look forward to another great year of serving each of you.

Sincerely,

Dr. Maas, Dr. Stayer, Dr. Miller, Dr. Stanley & Entire Clinic Staff

 
BOT Flies make your pets ill during warm weather

We are starting to see Bot Flies with Bend's warm weather and our pets are aberrant hosts of creepy crawly Cuterebra! These can effect cats, dogs, puppies and kittens as well as rabbits and other pocket pets which are the expected hosts.

The adult female Bot Fly lays her eggs near the entrance of a rodent burrow- the eggs hatch and the first larvae wait for a host to come by. When a host passes, they attach to the hair and move to the skin.The larva then cuts a hole in the skin in order to breathe. The larva grows and molts until it is about 25 mm long; this takes 3 to 4 weeks. The larva will then emerge through its breathing hole and drop to the ground.

If you notice a new lump or bump on your pet, please call us to schedule an appointment to check for these pesky

BOT flies do damage to your pets in warm weather

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Mark your calendar with a couple of clinic closures betrween now and september 2016.

Please mark your calendars with our clinic closure:

Monday, September 5th for Labor day

If you need veterinary care during these times, please visit the Emergency Animal Hopsital.


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Marijuana Poisoning in Pets - Oregon - Washington - Colorado

Cases of Marijuana poisoning in pets, and specifically in dogs, increased in states such as Washington and Colorado after recreational use was legalized. Oregon pet owners need to be aware of the potential risks to their dogs and cats if they injest this drug.

Read Marijuana & Pets article from the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association.

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When Disasters Strike, Like Wild Fires, it is good to have a plan for your Pets.

Do you have a disaster plan? Does your pet? With all of the recent wild fires, now is a good time to make one! Here are some helpful tips for preparing an emergency strategy in case of a catastrophe.

Start getting ready now! BVC also offers emergency boarding in case of disaster.

The Humane Society of the United States-Make a Disaster Plan for Your Pets



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Bonded sealants for your dogs teeth and dental health

Dental fractures are often painful. When an animal's tooth becomes chipped or broken it exposes a sensitive structure called dentin? Dentin is composed of billions of microscopic tubes. Once dentin is exposed, the bacteria in the mouth can be drawn up those tubes resulting in an infection of the tooth root. Statitics show that 3% or less of tooth root abscesses result in facial swelling, leaving 97% plus undetectable with dental x-rays? Your pet can be in pain and you wouldn't even see outward signs of trouble.

At BVC, we are able to apply an acrylic sealant to your pet's broken tooth surface to seal the dentin tubules, protecting them from bacteria. Sealing the tubules can prevent an infection that could eventually result in a root canal or surgical extraction.

composite, restorative teeth repair for dogs and cats

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Did you know? BVC can fill your pet's prescription medications. Please give us 24 hours notice.

 


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Urgent care is available at our clinic during normal business hours.

Call us at (541) 382-0741 or come in to the clinic.Go to our Emergencies Information page for after-hours care.

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ePet Health - Manage Your Pet's Online Records.

Click here to visit the ePet Health website to view your pet's veterinary health records, schedule appointments, set up pet check reminders, read valuable pet health information and so much more. Use the Pet Owner Secure Login on the right hand side of the page.

World Spay Day Award Certificate to Bend Veterinary Clinic 2014

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The Veterinary Information Network (VIN) offers a library comprised of over 500,000 articles in 150 core journals. The VIN librarians are veterinarians who continually work to provide you with clinically useful, current information. Access our VIN Library page.

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20 First Paradigm - Lost Dogs Campaign

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Best of Central Oregon - 2015 Best Of Competition

THANK YOU Central Oregon for voting us
Best Veterinarian Clinic!

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Dogs Section Highlights

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Zinc Sterilization Procedure

Watch a video on Zinc Sterilization. It's safe, quick and FDA approved.
Zeuterin™ is our preferred method for male dog sterilization at BVC.

  

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Got Cats? We can Help!

Annual visits and preventative care is important to keeping your cat healthy and detecting illnesses before they become a serious problem for your pet.

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Visit our Services for Cats page

Exotic Pet Highlights

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Meet Savannah, an exotic pet.

Exotic pets can have specialized care needs. Even common small pets may require more care than thought. The staff at Bend Vet Clinic can help.

Meet Savannah - She's an alligator pet

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Services

Dog Exams & Vaccinations
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Cat Exams & Vaccinations
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Exotic Pet Exam & Vaccinations
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Dental Cleaning
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Good Morning Central Oregon Interview
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Prescription Medications
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