Rid your dog of bad breath while keeping their dental hygiene in check with the Oravet dual action dental hygiene chews. The special ingredient delmopinol builds a preventative barrier on teeth that blocks bacteria as well as the formation of plaque and tartar. Chewed daily, these dental hygiene chews work to clean , protect, and prevent bad breath.
Free Vaccines for Life Health Care Plan
The doctors and staff at Prineville Veterinary Clinic want your pets to live a long and happy life. We believe annual wellness care is important for the longevity of your pets. So here’s an incentive to make it easier and more affordable for you to bring your pets in every year!
Introducing free vaccines for life........
We are proud to announce a new program that makes annual wellness care easier and more affordable than ever before. When you bring in your pets for their annual care, we will be happy to offer recommended core vaccinations for free. Here’s how the program works.
To start your pet(s) on the Free Vaccines for Life program you will need to schedule an appointment for an annual wellness exam.
Once your pet has received this wellness care, core vaccines will be given at no additional charge, which is a savings up to $70.00.
The Companion Therapy Laser™ system provides a non-invasive modality that initiates numerous physiological and biological processes. In summary, it stimulates the animal to heal itself. Laser therapy relieves pain while promoting advanced healing techniques on everything from lacerations to chronic joint pain.
For more information click on the Companion Laser Therapy tab above.
We Now Have Feline Friendly Boarding!!
Our suites feature a catwalk up to a window so your feline friend can lay in the sun and relax. These suites are in a completely separate building from any dogs, so they are quiet and peaceful for your cat. Each suite features a window for bird watching outside, a scratching post, cozy little house, toys, and litter box.
In addition to cat boarding we also offer addition spa care for your kitty. We offer nail trims, baths, and lion cut trims. If your cat has a medical condition we have licensed Veterinary on staff to treat your cat if needed.
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, renovating or moving into a new home, or simply want to treat your cat to a little vacation while you have guest over your cat will experience the best care at our cat exclusive boarding resort.
Call today to make reservations for your cat or cat's.
At Prineville Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Hospital Manager Cindy Malott
Prineville Veterinarian | Prineville Veterinary Clinic | 541-447-2179350 NE Hickey Farms Road
Prineville, OR 97754
Serving surrounding areas including: Bend, Redmond, Madras, Sisters, and LaPine.
We accept CareCredit!
Please give us a call at (541) 447-2179 if you have any questions.
Click on the icon below to apply today.
I will never be able to thank all of you for what you have done for Teddy and I. I was so scared he was not going to make it through out all of his problems with his skin. I knew he would be all I would have some day to get me through these lonely times. A very special thank you to Dr. Schultz you are a miracle Doctor. So very grateful for your being there when we needed you. The phone calls you made checking on Teddy meant so very much. Teddy is doing great. Thanks so very much to all of you.
Now all HomeAgain Microchips are $40.00
Including the first year of the optional enrollment fee
Please call to make your appointment today.
Bring your pet in today, to join our free weight loss program. We will weigh and measure your pet to set a goal weight. Then you will have no charge weight loss consult every month with our one of our weight loss specialist.
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