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Don’t Let Your Pet Fall Into Trouble

Summer is starting to wind down and as you get ready for fall and back-to-school time, it’s a good idea to be aware of some of the seasonal dangers your pet might encounter. Rodent Poisons Rat and mouse poison use increases in fall as rodents seek shelter from colder temps.…Read more

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Doing Good Tastes Delicious!

Northwest Neighborhood Veterinary is proud to once again sponsor the Friendly House Fruit Jam, which supports the community-building efforts of Friendly House, a local non-profit social service organization. We not only donated money and supplies to help, but during August we’ll be selling their delicious raspberry, strawberry, and blackberry jam in…Read more

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It’s a Dog Eat Cob World

Roast ‘em, boil ‘em, butter ‘em, salt ‘em—there’s just no way to mess up corn on the cob! But every summer we see dogs get into trouble because they ingest corn cobs. Dogs scrounging around after BBQs and picnics or getting access to the compost bin may swallow  chunks of…Read more

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High Temps and Hot Pets!

Pets have a difficult time staying cool during the hot summer months. This means they are at an increased risk of heat stroke. As an owner, it is important you take the necessary precautions to ensure your cat or dog is safe this summer. Certain types of dogs and cats…Read more

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Northwest Neighborhood Veterinary Hospital Believes in Equality

Northwest Neighborhood Veterinary Hospital believes in equality and nurturing the human animal bond regardless of gender, identity or species. Each year, we  march in the Portland Pride Parade to celebrate and encourage diversity in the LGBTQ+ community. 2018 was our third year participating with 40 individuals and 7 dogs (our…Read more

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Four for the Fourth: Pet Safety Tips

Barbeques, fireworks, and fun—the 4th of July is a great holiday, but it can bring hazards for your pets. Here are some tips for keeping your animal friends safe while you celebrate: Fireworks are a special and exciting aspect of our favorite summer holiday, but the racket can be terrifying for…Read more

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Looking for Love? Find it Here!

June is also Adopt-A-Cat Month, created to increase awareness of the millions of friendly, healthy pets looking for homes in our animal shelters and rescues. Cat ownership is on the rise, and according to the American Pet Products Association, over 47 million U.S. households contain one or more felines. There’s…Read more

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We Had a Great Time at Doggie Dash 2018

2018 was our 6th year participating in the delightful Doggie Dash! Our Northwest Neighborhood Veterinary Hospital tent featured two games (tennis ball toss and bobbing for tennis balls) where both dogs and their humans played to win swag, free exams and dog treats! Along with hosting a booth, our very…Read more

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Pup Tenting This Summer? Read This!

For a lot of people, camping with their dog is one of the best things about summer. June is National Camping Month and while heading into the outdoors with Fido can be a great time, it’s important to be aware of the dangers and take some precautions. Safe transport. Depending on…Read more

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Shellebrate World Turtle Day May 23rd

They move slow, they don’t fetch, and they’re not cuddly—but turtles can make fascinating companions! World Turtle Day was established by American Tortoise Rescue 17 years ago to create awareness about these wonderful creatures and the need for adoption of homeless pet turtles. There are over 270 different varieties of…Read more

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