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City Pets Vet is a full service veterinary practice located at 3521 SE Division Street. Our goal is to provide state-of-the-art, compassionate care for dogs, cats and other small animals in a friendly, comfortable neighborhood environment. We are proud to be a part of the Richmond / Clinton community and look forward to extending our services to pet owners throughout Southeast Portland.
At City Pets Vet, we take an individualized approach to your pet’s health care needs based on lifestyle, age and medical history. Always taking time to address your questions and concerns, City Pets Vet works to provide a personalized veterinary care experience.
At City Pets Vet, we treat your pets like valued family members.
Carol Hurn D.V.M. | Rebecca Greene, D.V.M. | Ross Weinstein, BVSc
Portland Veterinarian | City Pets Vet | 503-206-4163
3521 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97202
|Monday||8:30 - 6|
|Tuesday||8:30 - 6|
|Wednesday||8:30 - 6|
|Thursday||8:30 - 6|
|Friday||8:30 - 6|
|Saturday||8:30 - 1|
|8:30 - 6||8:30 - 6||8:30 - 6||8:30 - 6||8:30 - 6||8:30 - 1||Closed|
I love these guys! I was referred to them by my usual vet when they were completely booked and I was in a jam to get my sick kitty checked out before I left town. City Pets Vet worked me in immediately, gave my kitty great care, were very reasonable on pricing (did not ever try to upsell me on services or products), and were SO friendly to deal with. I will definitely go back! I have every confidence in their services.
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