Full Service Veterinary Care for Your Companion Pets

We want your companion pets to live long, healthy, and happy lives with you. Our many veterinary services reflect this commitment to well-being and peace-of-mind.

Wellness Care and Prevention

Regular veterinary examinations give us insight into your pet’s health and enable us to offer the highest quality care and guidance. We take into consideration age and health conditions in recommending how often to schedule exams. All exams are thorough and include checking:

• General appearance
• Coat and skin
• Musculoskeletal
• Heart
• Nose, throat, and lungs
• Digestive system
• Urogenital system
• Eyes
• Ears
• Neural system
• Lymph nodes
• Mucous membranes
• Weight
• Diet
• Vaccinations, reflecting the latest protocols and research


Good oral health is one of the cornerstones of preventative veterinary health care. We offer preventive and therapeutic veterinary dentistry that includes regular exams, cleanings, therapeutic periodontal care, extractions, and the latest in veterinary dental radiology.

In-House Diagnostics

Having fast, accurate answers about your pet’s health at our fingertips is why we offer full laboratory and digital radiology services right in our Eugene clinic. We’re equipped to perform such routine labwork as urinalyses, parasite identification, cytology, bacterial and fungal cultures, and numerous blood chemistries and tests. And our clinic also offers the very latest in digital radiography, giving us exceptional detail on x-ray images, making it safer for your pet and easier to share results with other labs and veterinary specialists.


Spays, neuters, tumor removals, and any number of emergency veterinary procedures are a typical part of companion care. Our goal is to make your pet’s surgery as comfortable, calm, and safe as possible. We incorporate the latest in pain management, monitoring equipment, and training before, during, and after the surgery. We focus on physical exams, bloodwork, hydration, and blood pressure monitoring to ensure the best possible outcomes.


Every year, animals go missing and are never found again. Microchipping is a safe, painless, state-of-the-art way of avoiding such a tragedy. Our veterinarians are skilled at implanting this tiny, individually numbered electronic device, about the size of a grain of rice, where it remains for a lifetime. The individual number along with your name and contact information goes to a national registry. So if your pet ends up at a veterinary office, animal emergency hospital, or humane society, a quick electronic scan will enable them to get in touch with you.


As part of our full-service veterinary care approach, we offer comprehensive pharmacy services, featuring the very best pharmaceuticals, vitamins, shampoos, heartworm preventatives, and prescription diets available. All of our pharmacy services always come with an expert consultation with the veterinarian to ensure your pet gets the most out of these products.

Pain Management

We believe your pet shouldn’t suffer if it doesn’t have to. We do everything we can to alleviate or eliminate pain associated with acute injuries, chronic conditions, or surgeries and procedures. We’ll design a program specifically for your pet that considers age, condition, and pain tolerance, and includes ongoing veterinarian evaluation and monitoring to ensure your companion is safe and comfortable.


Proper nutrition provides the foundation for a healthy life. A poor, improper, or incompatible diet can sometimes lead to such issues as:

• Sensitive skin
• Sensitive stomach
• Urinary and intestinal issues
• Food allergies
• Weight issues
• Dental issues

Edgewood Animal Clinic offers diagnostics and testing to help find the root of the issues. We carry a full line of veterinarian-approved prescription diets for specific illnesses and conditions; growth formulas for kittens and puppies; non-allergenic diets; and healthful, low-calorie treats.


Animals can suffer from environmental and food allergies just like humans. As veterinarians, we treat them in much the same way, beginning with testing and exploring special diets, nutritional aides, flea control and pharmaceuticals to help them find long-term relief. We work with leading specialists when necessary to supplement our expertise.

Some of the common allergies we treat:

• Flea-related dermatitis
• Environmental allergens causing such symptoms as hay fever and itching
• Food-related that may cause itching and digestive troubles