VCA Clackamas Animal Hospital

503-657-9225

16317 SE 82nd Drive, Clackamas, OR, 97015

  • Open

  • Mon:

    8:00 am - 6:00 pm

  • Tue-Wed:

    8:00 am - 7:00 pm

  • Thu-Fri:

    8:00 am - 6:00 pm

  • Sat:

    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

  • Sun:

    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Free First Exam

Experience exceptional pet health care.

Caring for pets... and their people, too.

VCA Clackamas Animal Hospital has been serving the community since 1998. Our primary focus is on preventive healthcare, with a goal of keeping pets healthier to live longer lives rather than being forced to treat a preventable illness or disease. We will always offer the best for your pet and take the necessary time to explain the treatments so that you feel comfortable with what needs to be done.

VCA Clackamas Animal Hospital believes it is easier to prevent illnesses and diseases rather than treat them. Our staff is committed to providing Early Disease Detection to all our patients. Pets nowadays have become such an integrated part of our families therefore we want to do whatever we can to help them live longer than ever before. By offering Early Disease Detection and affordable Wellness Plans with high-quality preventive care we can almost assure that will happen. Ask us about our Care Club Plans with affordable monthly payments!!

You can rest assured that our sole mission is to educate you so that they can make the best decisions for your pet while offering compassion and understanding, accompanied with quality care for you and your furry family members.

Accreditations & Affiliations

Accreditations & Affiliations

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Free First Exam

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Wellness Plans for Your Pet

Preventive nose-to-tail care.

Prescriptions, pet food
and more...So you'll

Never Forget It

Pet care you can count on - because VCA delivers.

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Animals Seen

Cats, Dogs

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My Pet is Sick

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Physical Exam or Vaccines

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Emergency

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My Pet is Sick

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Physical Exam or Vaccines

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Emergency

Emergency

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Our Pledge to You and Your Pet

Where your pet’s health is our top priority
and excellent service is our goal.

Our Team Overview

We invite you to explore the biographies of our doctors and staff and learn more about them. Our doctors and staff have a wide variety of backgrounds and interests. From left to right, top row, Dr. Lea Sheldahl, Sandee, CSR/Vet Assistant, Lori Fleury, CVT/Hospital Manager, Val, CSR/Vet Assistant, (bottom row), Dr. Mary Reynolds, Medical Director, and Anna, CVT. 

Want to join our team? Visit our Careers section.

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VCA Charities

VCA Charities is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that directly help pets in need. Through its 27 Pet Food Pantry locations in 18 states, VCA Charities has helped to provide over 1.5 Million pet food meals to families who could not otherwise afford it. VCA Charities also provides free veterinary services, medication, and funding annually to over 100 humane societies, animal rescues, animal shelters, and service dog organizations across the country.

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Our Veterinary Services

At VCA Animal Hospitals, your pet's health is our top priority, provided through high-quality, professional care and genuine personal service. We pledge to instill client trust and confidence that your pet will always receive compassionate, gentle care, as well as the highest standard of veterinary medical service available. We pledge to provide the finest personal service and facilities for you, our clients and your special pets.

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Know Your Pet

Tube Feeding - Esophagostomy Tubes in Cats

An esophagostomy tube is a small rubber tube that enters the esophagus through a surgical incision on the side of the neck. This allows food you to place food directly into the esophagus so that it can flow down into the stomach. The feeding tube is not placed directly into the stomach.

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Nutrition - Feeding Guidelines for Cats

Feeding your cat the appropriate amount of a well balanced diet is vital to the maintenance of overall health and well-being, just as eating a well balanced diet is for us. In order to understand how and what to feed cats, it is necessary to understand how the nutritional requirements of the cat have developed through the process of biological evolution.

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Gastrostomy Tube Feeding in Cats

A gastrostomy tube is a small rubber tube that passes directly into the stomach through the skin and body wall of the cat's abdomen. It permits you to deliver food and water directly into the stomach.

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Behavior Counseling Aggression - Introduction

Behavior Counseling Aggression - Introduction

Aggression is defined as threats or harmful actions directed toward another individual and can include threat displays, lunging, growling, snarling, snapping and biting. In animals, aggressive behaviors are a means of communication.

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Behavior Management Products for Dogs

Behavior Management Products for Dogs

There are numerous products on the market that have been designed to help prevent undesirable behavior in dogs. Leashes, harnesses, and head halters are needed to keep pets under control, especially when outdoors.

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Introduction to Desensitization and Counterconditioning

Introduction to Desensitization and Counterconditioning

Counterconditioning and desensitization are powerful ways to change behavior. They are usually used in combination. Desensitization provides a means of safely exposing the pet to the stimulus at a level at or below which fear is likely to be exhibited.

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Flying with your Cat

Flying with your Cat

Successful flight with a cat begins long before the day of travel. It requires planning and preparation in order to make the experience as enjoyable as possible for both you and your cat.

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Breeding and Queening Cats

Breeding cats and raising kittens can be an extremely rewarding experience or it may result in frustration and failure. The following information is provided in order to increase your chances of success and make the experience more enjoyable and safe.

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Brushing Teeth in Cats

Brushing Teeth in Cats

Teaching your cat to accept the brushing of its teeth will take some training, but will be relatively easy once he is accustomed to the process. Daily brushing is most beneficial and will help to establish a routine for your pet.

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