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Beau, owned by vet Kiki Bennett, in the Columbia Gorge, Oregon
We are a locally owned fully equipped veterinary clinic in Beaverton

We are a locally owned full service animal hospital located in Beaverton, Oregon. As an independent veterinary clinic we focus on the best care for your pet, rather than a one size fits all solution.

We provide excellence in veterinary care

Our veterinarians and staff are focused on providing the best possible veterinary care for your pet, including wellness packages for kittens, puppies, and senior cats and dogs. We also provide free puppy socialization sessions for our clients. We love what we do, and we care about what's best for your pet and for you.

This website has lots of information about caring for your pet's health

Through our erecords system, you can view your pet's vaccination records, account records and lab results. We also have prescription refills and appointment requests.

We have printable forms such as your exam and boarding check in forms. Fill these out before your visit to save time.

In Health Topics you'll find helpful information on a variety of common animal health and behavioral problems.

We also have a listing of local events that are either fun for you and your pet, or supporting local animal support groups

New!! Are you concerned that your pet is overweight? Check out our "Biggest Loser" contest in our newsletter.

Clinic Hours

Monday, Tuesday 7:30-6:00
Wednesday 8:00-5:00
Thursday, Friday 7:30-6:00
Saturday 8:30-2:00
Sunday - closed

We are closed on these days:

4th of July (7/4/13) all day
Labor Day (9/2/13) all day
Thanksgiving Day (11/28/13) all day
Christmas Eve (12/24/13) half day, closed from 12 pm
Christmas Day (12/25/13) all day
New Years Eve (12/31/13)half day, closed from 12 pm
New Years Day (1/1/14) all day

New clients receive a $30 discount on their first visit! Just mention this website when you make your appointment.

Newly adopted animals from rescue groups or animal shelters get a free initial exam.