There is much concern about Canine Influenza and it’s expected arrival in Portland. We invite you to read more about this infectious disease at the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association website: https://oregonvma.org/care-health/canine-influenza The important things to know are: Practically speaking, if your dog stays at home and rarely contacts other dogs, its risk of contracting the [&hell...
A big welcome to 2018, the Year of the Dog! We’d like to extend our gratitude to Jen Van Sickle, who has created a beautiful new piece of original artwork for us each year, for the past 4 years. Best Wishes to all of you, The staff of Two Rivers Veterinary Clinic
Easy first steps to help you with brushing your pet’s teeth: Place a small amount of pet toothpaste on your finger or on the toothbrush and allow your pet to lick it as a treat. You can also gently introduce a finger into their mouth with the toothpaste and rub the gums. Give them […]
How do I know if my pet needs a dental cleaning? This decision is best made in consultation with one of our veterinarians. They will perform a thorough awake examination to look for signs of calculus build-up, gingivitis, periodontal disease, fractures and tooth resorption (explained below). This allows for us to get a general idea […]