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CHEW TOYS: Which products are safe for your pet?

There are hundreds of toys for dogs and cats on the market. How do you know which ones are safe? It important to take extreme precautions for the sake of your pet’s dental health. Products designed to be chewed can cause intestinal problems or injury if

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The Canine Flu- Vaccinate Now

The Canine Influenza Virus (CIV), also known as the Canine Flu, is a highly contagious viral infection affecting dogs. The disease is unpredictable in its spread geographically. Recent disaster relief in the United States has helped homeless animals but unfortunately increased the risk of disease spreading.

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The Importance of Wellness Screens

More than 10 percent of pets brought to veterinary clinics for checkups have some type of underlying disease or abnormality. Many of these pets appear normal upon physical examination, and their abnormalities would go undetected without a wellness screen- a blood screen designed to detect these

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Animal Pain Awareness Month

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month. There are many signs that can mean your pet may be painful, some may be more obvious than others. Decreased appetite, difficulty jumping or navigating stairs, negative reaction to touch, and decreased interactions with family are just a few.

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Kennel Cough Outbreak

With the summer months, there is an influx of out-of-town canines in our area that already has a great population of dogs. This is great to have more pups, however veterinarians are finding an increased number of reported cases of kennel cough. Bend, Newberg and Sherwood

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Reiki

Reiki is a system of hands-on energy healing formalized in early 1900’s Japan by Mikao Usui who drew inspiration from Daoism and Tendai Buddhism. Ki (or Qi in Chinese) may be understood as the body’s electromagnetic field, influenced in acupuncture by needling surface meridians. Acupuncture points

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Heartworm Disease

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month! Heartworm disease is a serious, life-threatening disease that can affect both dogs and cats. Why should you be worried about heartworm? Contrary to popular belief, Heartworm disease is present in Oregon. The Heartworm life cycle begins with a mosquito carrying

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Dr. Kali Wilson

We are thrilled to announce our newest associate!! Dr. Katharine (Kali) A. Wilson will be joining the Cascade Summit Animal Hospital family March 28th! We could not be more excited to have such an experienced, kind veterinarian. Dr. Wilson earned her veterinary degree from Oregon State University.

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Fear Free

We are constantly striving to become a better hospital for our patients and clients. Our clinic’s next goal is to become a Fear Free practice. What does a fear free practice mean? We wish to implement changes in creating a positive, fear free practice for cats

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Feline Friendly

We are thrilled to announce our clinic has officially been awarded the Gold Status certification of a Feline Friendly Practice by the American Association of the Feline Practitioners. What does this mean for our clients and patients? Trips to the vet can be stressful for cat owners

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OFFICE HOURS

Monday – Friday:
8:00am – 6:00pm

Saturday:
9:00am – 1:00pm

Sunday:
Closed