Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 528
1945 Nw Pettygrove St Portland OR 97209 USA
DOVELEWIS EMERGENCY ANIMAL HOSPITAL, IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE REGIONAL VETERINARY COMMUNITY, PROVIDES 24-HOUR EMERGENCY, CRITICAL, CARE, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH. OUR HIGHLY-SKILLED PROFESSIONALS ARE DEDICATED TO IMPROVING THE CONDITION OF ANIMALS NEEDING EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE, STRENGTHENING THE TIES WITH, AND EXTENDING THE REACH OF, THE VETERINARY COMMUNITY, AND PROMOTING THE WELL-BEING OF ANIMALS AND THE HUMAN-BOND THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE.
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We have had to have 2 of our sweet boys put down after illnesses. The care and true kindness of the staff helped them and us. The setting for our goodbyes was soothing and unrushed allowing our last moments to be peaceful. Because of their mission I have become a monthly donor to two of their community outreach programs. I can't express strongly enough what a dedicated and caring staff they have. Thank you for caring for our Henry and Grey.
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