Oregon Veterinarians & Animal Hospitals

The following cities in Oregon have day pet care businesses offering veterinarian, surgery, boarding, and other animal treatment services. Please select a city in Oregon to browse the veterinarians and animal hospitals available.
Albany Ashland Astoria Aumsville Aurora
Baker City Bandon Banks Beavercreek Beaverton
Bend Boring Brookings Brownsville Burns
Canby Carlton Cave Junction Central Point Chiloquin
Clackamas Cloverdale Coos Bay Coquille Corvallis
Cottage Grove Creswell Dallas Days Creek Dayton
Eagle Point Enterprise Estacada Eugene Florence
Forest Grove Gaston Gold Beach Grants Pass Gresham
Haines Hermiston Hillsboro Hood River Independence
Jacksonville Jefferson Junction City Klamath Falls La Grande
Lake Oswego Lakeview La Pine Lebanon Lexington
Lincoln City Madras Mcminnville Medford Merlin
Milton Freewater Molalla Monmouth Mount Hood Parkdale Mulino
Myrtle Creek Myrtle Point Nehalem Newberg Newport
Nyssa Oakridge Ontario Oregon City Pendleton
Philomath Phoenix Pleasant Hill Portland Prineville
Redmond Reedsport Rogue River Roseburg Saint Helens
Saint Paul Salem Sandy Scappoose Scio
Seaside Selma Sherwood Silverton Springfield
Stayton Sublimity Summerville Talent Tangent
Terrebonne The Dalles Tillamook Troutdale Tualatin
Vale Veneta Vernonia Waldport Walterville
Warren Warrenton West Linn Wilsonville Winston
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