Frequently Asked Questions re: Veterinary Dentistry

  How do I know if my pet has dental disease? This decision is best made in consultation with one of our veterinarians. Indications that your pet may be suffering from dental disease are bad breath, plaque build-up, gingivitis, tooth fractures and tooth resorption (more on this below). It is rare that pets will give […]

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Happy Chinese New Year

We are welcoming 2017, the Year of the Rooster, with our 3rd annual unveiling of this beautiful watercolor created by Jen Van Sickle. Wishing you many good things for the coming year, All of us at Two Rivers Veterinary Clinic

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! We’d like to express our gratitude for the relationships we have with our clients and patients. Best wishes for the year to come, Two Rivers Veterinary Clinic We’d like to take this opportunity introduce you to Dr. Davies. She joined the Two Rivers team in November. Read more about her background and […]

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Happy Holidays

Best wishes from all of us at Two Rivers Veterinary Clinic! We are honored to have cared for your pets throughout the year and look forward to many more together. We hope you and your loved ones have a happy, healthy holiday season. Holiday Hours This year, the holidays do not affect our regular schedule: […]

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Why Microchip?

Earlier this month, surrounding the 4th of July holiday, there were media articles stating that more pets are lost around that holiday than any other time of the year. It was a reminder of why we advocate for microchips in pets. Having a lost dog or cat can be one of the most heart-wrenching experiences […]

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Advice for Upcoming Fireworks Season

July the 4th is quickly approaching and some of our pets may need a little extra help to get through all the “ruckus” this time of year! If your pet usually needs some calming TLC, or a possible prescription, please help us to serve you by calling well ahead of time for an appointment.  If […]

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Why Testing for Heartworm in Spring is a Good Idea

Why wait until spring to test for Heartworm disease? Heartworm disease, although not currently common in Portland, is a deadly disease found in southern Oregon and other parts of the country that people are likely to travel to with their dogs. The adult heartworms that take up residence in the blood vessels of the heart […]

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‘Tis the Season for Ticks!

With the recent sunny weather, the early announcement of the arrival of tick season may be no surprise. We have already had patients come in with live and embedded ticks on them. Although tick-borne diseases are currently very uncommon in this area, they may be on the rise. We encourage you to thoroughly examine and […]

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February is National Dental Health Month

How do I know if my pet has dental disease? This decision is best made in consultation with one of our veterinarians. Indications that your pet may be suffering from dental disease are bad breath, plaque build-up, gingivitis, tooth fractures and tooth resorption (more on this below). It is rare that pets will give their […]

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