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Bend Veterinary Clinic

Bend Veterinary Clinic 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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Closing early at 1:00pm on Dec. 24th Christmas Eve and Dec. 31st New Years Eve.
Closed on Dec. 25th Christmas Day and Jan 1st New Years Day.

We wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season!


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Poisonous mushrooms for your pets

Don't let you pet's safety get lost in the hustle & bustle of the holiday season. Some holiday plants, candies, holiday foods and decorations can be a danger to your pet's health.

Holiday Hazards article, by Lauren Stayer, D.V.M. (PDF)
Holiday Pet Dangers article
, by Lauren Stayer, D.V.M. (PDF)
A Gift of Yourself article
, by Byron Maas, D.V.M. (PDF)

Pet Poison Helpline online.

View BVC Pet Facts page for more information.

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


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Poisonous mushrooms for your pets

Did you know some mushrooms are poisonous for your pet?

Cooler and wet fall weather brings many changes to our environment. The leaves are not the only fall colors coming to us. The forest floor is full of surprises along with our back yards. Mushrooms, toadstools and fungus are popping up everywhere.

Mushroom poisoning of companion pets, particularly dogs, is an underestimated problem. While the majority of mushrooms are considered non-toxic, some may result in severe clinical signs (even death). The majority of confirmed fatal mushroom toxicities in pets are mushrooms from the following genera: Amanita (fly agaric or fly amanita), Galerina, and Lepiota

Amanita, Galerina, and Lepiota species mushrooms contain toxic cyclopeptides. Amanita species are the most commonly documented cause of fatal mushroom poisoning in dogs.

If you suspect that your pet has ingested poisonous mushrooms, contact your Vet immediately do not wait for symptoms to set in, it might be to late. You can also call or visit the Pet Poison Helpline online.

View Photos of Toxic Mushrooms

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Check out our new BVC stickers.
Stop by today or the next time your in the clinic ask for us for a sticker for your car.

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Veterinary web page on Pet Nutrition & Pet Food

Bend Veterinary Clinic is proud to offer our clients and community a new page with valuable information about your pet's nutrition

Visit our Pet Nutrition page.

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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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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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