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.
Fall is here!
The leaves are turning, the rain is falling and the Ducks are on the football field. With the changes in weather and our own routines comes a new set of dangers for our pets. The following are a few things to think about to keep your pets safe this time of year.
The use of rodenticides increases in the fall as rodents seek shelter from the cooler temperatures by attempting to move indoors. Rodenticides are highly toxic to pets—if ingested, the results could be fatal. If you must use these products, do so with extreme caution and put them in places inaccessible to your pets.
Fall and spring and are mushroom seasons. While 99% of mushrooms have little or no toxicity, the 1% that are highly toxic can cause life-threatening problems in pets. Unfortunately, most of the highly toxic mushrooms are difficult to distinguish from the nontoxic ones, so the best way to keep pets from ingesting poisonous mushrooms is to keep them away from areas where any mushrooms are growing. Contact your veterinarian or the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center immediately if you witness your pet eating a wild mushroom.
Autumn is the season when snakes who are preparing for hibernation may be particularly “grumpy,” increasing the possibility of severe bites to those unlucky pups who find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time. Pet owners should know what kinds of venomous snakes may be in their environment—and where these snakes are most likely to be found—so they can keep pets out of those areas.
Many people choose fall as the time to change their car's engine coolant. Ethylene glycol-based coolants are highly toxic, so spills should be cleaned up immediately. Consider switching to propylene glycol-based coolants—though they aren't completely nontoxic, they are much less toxic than other engine coolants.
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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.
Have questions about your pets? Here is a trusted website that can provide some helpful information. http://veterinarypartner.com/
Have questions about how to get your dog licensed in Lane County? Please click on the following link.
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