Bend Veterinary Clinic
Bend Veterinary Clinic has been providing quality compassionate veterinary care for Central Oregon dogs, cats and exotic pets since 1964. Whatever your animals needs, we are sure to have services to match.
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WELCOME DR. DAVID WEBB!
Doctor Webb has joined our great team and we cannot wait for you to
Thank you to all of you ...
Who voted for us in the "Best of Bend" contest this year by the Source Weekly. We are honored by
your votes! Thanks to our clients and friends we were voted runner up for the last two years 2012 and 2013 and #1 in 2011.
Congratulations Kip Hjorth - BVC Employee of the Month !!
Thank you for your hard work and dedication to our patients and your willingness to work anywhere in the hospital!
Christmas Eve, Dec 24th - Open until 1:00pm, Closed on Christmas Day
New Years Eve, Dec 31st - Open until 1:00pm, Closed on New Years Day.
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"Todd Bruce, a herd manager on a farm in Oregon City, Ore., had long resisted neutering his 5-year-old Australian cattle dog, Cody, for fear of losing the extra set (or two) of legs in the field ...". Read New Strides in Spaying & Neutering online (New York Times) Read New Strides in Spaying & Neutering article (PDF format )
Caring for Cats article, Bend Bulletin, Oct., 14, 2014
Bend Veterinary clinic was part of the Central Oregon Cat
Alliance and helped to humanely control cat populations in Deschutes
County. Dr. Byron Maas volunteered the full day on Sunday and spayed and
neutered 67 cats with one tail amputation and one eye removal due to a
severely infected and ruptured eye.
We provided rabies vaccinations, surgeries, deworming and follow-up pain
medication for the cats. The surgeries were performed at Bend Spay and
Neuter Projects clinic with wonderful work from all the trapping
volunteers and coordination efforts from Megan Wellinghoff, BSNP
We had a workforce of several people providing recovery care for the
cats so that they all could be TNR to their respective colonies. A great
effort by all the excellent, dedicated and talented volunteers who
Several kittens were also caught that were too small to undergo the
surgery so they hopefully can be placed in foster care until they can be
Parastar Plus is unique among canine tick and flea products. It's approved for use in dogs
and puppies 12 weeks of age and older. Talk to us today about making the switch to fast-
acting, convenient and easy-to-use Parastar Plus to help keep your dog healthy and
Help us support a ban in fur trapping in Oregon. Read 'Call to Action' (in PDF format). Help us protect you and your pet from dangers, baited traps that can maim and/or kill dogs. Read Information on Trapping.
Visit the website links below to sign an online petition.
(TrapFree Oregon.org website) (TrapFree Oregon.org email)(TrapFree Facebook).
Urgent care is available at our clinic during normal business hours.
Call us at (541) 382-0741 or come in to the clinic.Go to our Emergencies Information page for after-hours care.
ePet Health - Manage Your Pet's Online Records.
Click here to visit the ePet Health website to view your pet's veterinary health records,
schedule appointments, set up pet check reminders, read valuable pet health
information and so much more. Use the Pet Owner Secure Login on the right hand
side of the page.
The Veterinary Information Network (VIN) offers a library comprised of over 500,000 articles in 150 core journals. The VIN librarians are veterinarians who continually work to provide you with clinically useful, current information. Access our VIN Library page.