Why is Frontier still doing curbside service?

Why is Frontier still doing curbside service?

Short answer – because we want to stay open to serve YOU! UPDATE 10/29/20: The Oregon Veterinary Medical Association announced on 10/27/20 that Oregon OSHA has adopted Temporary COVID-19 Workplace Rules, which includes specific requirements for veterinary facilities...

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An Update on Veterinary Care in the Age of Coronavirus

An Update on Veterinary Care in the Age of Coronavirus

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, veterinary practices are experiencing an unprecedented demand for our services. The reality is that our local veterinary community is overwhelmed with patients needing care to the point that some general practices have had to stop taking...

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Kindness is contagious, help us spread it!

Kindness is contagious, help us spread it!

We believe in transparency within our team and with our clients, so we’re sharing this message with you as part of the Frontier family. Frontier is a big, busy hospital and we’re accustomed to working at a fast pace and triaging emergencies on top of an already full...

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COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates

I heard that 2 cats have tested positive – Can my pet get COVID-19? The CDC announced on Wednesday, April 22 that 2 pet cats in New York State tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. While concerning, what we know is that these cats contracted the virus from people, and there...

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Frontier’s COVID Service FAQs

Frontier’s COVID Service FAQs

Thank you for your patience as we adapt to the evolving challenges of providing essential veterinary care while preventing the spread of COVID-19 in our community. We know that this “new normal” can be frustrating compared to the service you are used to receiving at...

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Is this an Emergency?

Is this an Emergency?

As a hospital that helps keep pets healthy with preventive care and also offers urgent and emergency care, a big part of our job is helping pet owners understand whether their pet’s symptoms are an emergency. We asked Dr. Beedle to give us a rundown of the most...

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Top 3 tips for making boarding easy on your pet!

Top 3 tips for making boarding easy on your pet!

At Frontier, we strive to make boarding feel like your pet's home away from home. Despite our best efforts, boarding can be stressful for your pet, however there are some simple things you can do to make adjusting to their stay at our pet hotel much easier! #1 Bring...

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URGENT DOG FLU UPDATE: CIV Confirmed in Portland

URGENT DOG FLU UPDATE: CIV Confirmed in Portland

On Friday August 2nd, we received notice from Oregon's Public Health Veterinarian, Dr. Emilio DeBess, that at least 2 rescue dogs in Portland have tested positive for CIV. If only a couple of dogs have the flu, why is it a concern? Canine Influenza, also known as Dog...

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Diet-Associated Heart Disease Advisory – An Update

Diet-Associated Heart Disease Advisory – An Update

by Dr. Beedle This is an issue that has hit close to home at Frontier. As you may remember from our advisory last year, this first came to light when Frontier’s own Dr. Palmer and Dr. Yung diagnosed a case of Diet-Associated Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) in one of our...

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Does Your Pet Have an ID Microchip?

Does Your Pet Have an ID Microchip?

by Kasondra Why should I microchip my pet?On the AVMA’s (American Veterinary Medical Association) website, there was a study of 7,700 stray animals in shelters. Dogs without microchips were returned to their owners 21.9% of the time. Dogs with microchips were returned...

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