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Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic
Animal Hospital
Today 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
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5313 N Interstate Ave Portland, OR 97217
5313 N Interstate AveUSORPortland97217
Animal Hospital, VeterinarianToday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 2:00 pmSunday Closed
Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic, serving the North Portland area, is a veterinary hospital designed to meet the needs of pet owners for all of their veterinary questions and concerns.
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People talk about emergency vet care, neuter services, animal vet, pet ownership and spay and neuter
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Tallon Cusack
reviewed 9 months ago
Walked in without appointment and was seen very shortly. Dr. DeRemer was a nice guy and we could tell he genuinely cared about my cat. We received 2 injections, a liquid medication to take home, an oral flea medication for the cat being seen AND one for a cat at home. All this for a reasonable price (about 25-30 per medication/injection and 38 for the exam). Just a wonderful little clinic.
Kirk Berry
reviewed a year ago
I took my cat, Archie, to the Banfield pet hospital 6 times in 2 months because his paws were painfully swollen. At Banfield, I never saw the same vet twice and I had to wait an hour to get into another waiting room, where I waited another 30 minutes to actually see the vet. After $700, 6 misdiagnoses and countless hours spent in their various waiting rooms, Archie could hardly walk and I was desperate to find answers. And then I found Dr. DeRemer's Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic. After the first visit, he correctly diagnosed and treated my kitten's autoimmune disease. My kitten has to be treated with steroids to boost his immune system (which normally come in shots that have to be administered by the vet him/her self) every 1-2 months. But Dr. DeRemer had a pharmacy put together a liquid compound formula so I can treat my cat at home. Not only did he save my cat, but he also saved me a ton of money with the formula because I don't have to pay to see a vet every time my cat needs another treatment. Although not every disease can be treated in this fashion, I can guarantee that you will be treated fairly and your pet will be treated with the highest quality of care at the Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic. I'll never go to another veterinarian, and neither should you.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
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Judy Anderson
reviewed a year ago
I love Peninsula Dog and Cat staff and veterinarians since they are warm and caring people and take great care of my cats. Most important of all, the vets are good diagnosticians and I appreciate that they are willing to consult with outside experts to try to find the right treatment for my animals. I had an old cat that was always vocal and could be difficult but the staff at Peninsula would always say with a smile---"She's got cattitude!" These folks genuinely like cats and it shows in their kind treatment. Peninsula Cat and Dog Clinic is simply the best and it would be hard to find better care for your pet.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago