Animal Hospital Serving the Eugene Community

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We offer Saturday appointments from 8am-12pm!

Mission Statement: “To nurture the special bond between people and animals by providing superior quality care to our patients and clients in a caring and compassionate environment.”

Located in Eugene, Oregon, Bush Animal Hospital is pleased to offer the following services at our AAHA accredited veterinary hospital: annual and medical exams (45 minute appointments), vaccines, in-house laboratory, orthopedics, laser surgery, spay (laparoscopic ovariectomy available) and neutering, endoscopy, rhinoscopy, and microchip ID. We aim to provide the highest quality of care for your pet companions, with advanced services that are geared specifically towards the needs of your beloved pets.

Provide your senior pet with a comprehensive level of care at an affordable price! Click here to access our Senior Preventative Plans.



In the Northwest it is always flea and tick season! Want a reminder for your monthly flea and heartworm preventatives? Click on the following link to sign up for free monthly e-mails or text reminders from Trifexis and Comfortis.



Stay Informed

Have questions about your pets? Here is a trusted website that can provide some helpful information.

Have questions about how to get your dog licensed in Lane County? Please click on the following link.




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Dental Care Services

50% of all dogs and cats have some form of periodontal disease. Left untreated, this can cause infection, pain and tooth loss. We are committed to our patients' dental health and implement the highest quality care. Read More >