Emergency Veterinary Care & Helplines

If you are in need of emergency or urgent veterinary services for your pet, please contact a local veterinary facility. These listings are provided for informational purposes and without endorsement.


OHS operates a medical and behavior center that is designed to serve the needs of animals that come to OHS for shelter and adoption. This hospital is not open to the public; OHS cannot provide medical treatment to pets that are owned by individuals. The following resources are provided to help pet owners find emergency veterinary care:

Beaverton/Hillsboro

Tanasbourne Veterinary Emergency »

Bend

Bend Animal Emergency Center »

Bend Animal Hospital »

Clackamas

VCA Northwest Veterinary Specialists »

Corvallis

Willamette Veterinary Hospital »

Eugene/Springfield

Eugene-Springfield Emergency Veterinary Hospital »

The Veterinary Hospital (Eugene) »

Medford

Southern Oregon Veterinary Specialty Center »

Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Veterinary Emergency (LOVE) »

Portland

DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital (24 hours/day; NW Portland) »

VCA Southeast Portland Animal Hospital (24 hours/day; SE Portland) »

VCA Hospitals – view all in Greater Portland area »

Salem

Salem Veterinary Emergency Clinic »

Tualatin

Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin »

Vancouver, Washington

Columbia River Veterinary Specialists »

Poison Control

ASPCA Poison Control Hotline (1-888-426-4435, $55 fee)

Pet Poison Helpline (1-800-213-6680, $35 fee)

Financial Aid

More resources available here (PDF)

Animal Friends Rescue Group – links to many resources that provide financial help.
Dove Lewis Velvet Program – provides financial aid to qualifying low-income pet owners.
CareCredit – offers line of credit that works like a credit card for veterinary costs.
PAW Team – provides veterinary care and other services for homeless individuals and people in extreme financial difficulty.