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  • Pet Healthcare After Pandemic: A Veterinary Update

    Throughout the nation, pet owners are having difficulty scheduling timely appointments for their pets while pet emergency facilities are experiencing wait times of up to 12 hours. We have doubled our staff and plan to increase our physical space in the coming year, but the fact remains that there is a nationwide veterinary crisis. What does that mean for Central Oregon pets and their people?

  • Matt Vaughan veterinary internal medicine

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Dogs and Cats

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease in pets involves inflammation of the wall of the intestine, possibly due to an intolerance of intestinal bacteria or as a reaction to antigens. VRC’s Dr. Vaughan weighs in on how vets diagnose IBD, and how it can be treated.

  • Don't try this at home pet remedies

    Don’t Try This at Home | Harmful Home Remedies for Pets

    It goes without saying that most pet parents have the best interests of their dogs and cats at heart. Sometimes, though, even the best intentions can cause more harm than good. On this week’s FB Live video, Dr. Jennifer Bentley of Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon offered advice on what NOT to do when your pet has a problem.

  • Info on dog vomit

    Why is my dog vomiting?

    Why is my dog vomiting? When is it time to take your dog to the vet hospital? Learn what to do when your dog vomits and when to be concerned.

  • Winter Pet Safety

    Keep Your Pet Safe During the Winter Months

    Whether your best friend is tagging along on the backtrails or you’re just taking a walk in your neighborhood winter wonderland, protect your pet from potential winter hazards in Central Oregon.

  • “Uh Oh! I Found a Lump on My Dog”: Dr. Kristin Couto and What’s Next

    Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon went live on Facebook to introduce Dr. Kristen Couto, veterinary oncologist, and talk about what to do when you discover a lump on your dog

  • What to know about COVID-19 and your pets.

    Up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

  • Yes, CAT scans work on dogs too.

    We have Central Oregon’s first and only 16-slice computerized tomography (CT or CAT) scanner for dedicated use on animals.

  • 2019 Christmas Parade

    Enjoying the holidays with our families, friends, and a unicycle.

  • CO2 Laser for Dermatological Procedures

    Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon’s dermatology department is excited to announce that we now have a CO2 laser for dermatological procedures.