We are a full-service veterinary hospital.
We offer everything from routine wellness care and vaccines to emergency care, surgeries, advanced dental procedures, and diagnostic testing. In addition to healing, we emphasize prevention and healthy lifestyle management for your pet. We are dedicated to providing our clients and patients with both state-of-the-art medicine and excellent customer service. We are committed to communicating with you in a manner that is clear, respectful and honest.
Our hospital is open 7 days a week with convenient evening and early morning hours for routine, urgent and emergent care.
More information about services we offer is available below, but if you have any questions or can’t find the service you are looking for, please call us at 503-648-1643.
When pets get hurt in an accident or they have a life-threatening medical condition, they need emergency care just as humans do.
Preventive care, also known as wellness, is essential to helping your pet live a long, healthy, and happy life.
Whole Health Plans
Our Whole Health Plans are designed to incorporate all 4 cornerstones of preventive veterinary care –
Exams, Vaccinations, Parasite Screening, and Diagnostic Testing.
Affordable Care Plans
A value-priced option for your dog or cat, our Core Care Plans include a nose-to-tail exam, parasite test, and core vaccinations.
We handle all your avian medical needs, from Finches and Budgies to Macaws and African Grays- she can treat your backyard chickens and ducks, too!
We strive to make boarding at Frontier feel like your pet’s home away from home.
At Frontier Veterinary Hospital we maintain a fully equipped, state-of-the-art surgical suite.
An ovariohysterectomy is the medical term for the surgery performed on female pets commonly called a “spay.”
Radiology (x-ray) is routinely used to provide valuable information about a pet’s bones, gastrointestinal tract (stomach, intestines, colon), respiratory tract (lungs), heart, and genitourinary system (bladder, prostate).
Dental disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem in pets.
Senior Pet Health
Did you know that most pets reach their senior years around 7 years of age? Frontier Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to providing these older friends with the best medical care available, and making resources and information available for the humans who love them.
Acupuncture is the method of using specialized needles in specific locations on the body to help relieve pressure or pain.
Microchip Pet Identification
Microchipping involves placement of a small electronic chip the size and shape of a piece of rice just under the skin in the neck area.
You know proper nutrition plays an important role in your overall health, and the same goes for your pet.
The most extensive surveys estimate that approximately 28% of the dogs and cats presented to small animal veterinarians are overweight to grossly obese.
Pets & Parasites
Parasite control, also known as deworming, is an important way to safeguard not only your pet’s health, but also that of you and your children.