Visit our new hospital at 6920 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR 97213.
Online appointment requests make scheduling easy and convenient.
Visit our online store for all your Veterinarian recommended pet care products.
Off-street parking for clients is available to the East of the Hospital.
We love receiving feedback from our clients. Here is what they’re saying:
“We made an appointment at Roseway Vet Hospital when we couldn’t get one at our regular vet a few weeks ago. We had such a good experience with everyone in the office. This is our new spot! Communication was great and everyone there seems to truly care about our pet. We’re so glad they moved into our neighborhood.”
“I followed Dr. Davis here to his own practice after years of having been my vet. He’s a great vet, personable, pragmatic, and endearing. His new practice is very stylized and modern including the medical equipment. His staff is knowledgeable and endearing as well. NE PDX is lucky to gain one of the best family practice vets in PDX!”
“Roseway Veterinary Hospital was a great experience. Dr. Davis took time to explain my puppy’s illness and was patience and kind. I will continue to take my pup to be cared for there and will recommend Roseway to everyone I know that has a furry family member.”
“Everyone here is caring and gentle, they make vet visits easy. They really go the distance to help you. Dr. Davis has a great bedside manner and really listens to your concerns.”
“Great local veterinary hospital. I’ve been dealing with some over grooming/suspected allergy stuff with my cat and Dr Davis was great in quickly assessing the problem and finding the cheapest and easiest solution for us. Everyone there was very calm and quiet with my overly nervous cat and took their time as to not stress him anymore. We have two more cats and two dogs and I think we may switch them all over to Roseway veterinary!”
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