Coronavirus Updates: What Has Changed at the Hospital
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_empty_space height="25px"][vc_column_text]Updated September 11, 2020 A Message From the Roseway Veterinary Hospital Team: [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]First, we just wanted to thank you all for bearing with us during this difficult time. We appreciate your patience with our COVID-19 protocols more than we can say. Your cooperation is making it possible for us…Read More
It’s Cold & Flu Season for Your Dog, Too!
You’re probably aware that dogs can get cold-like viruses and bacterial infections and that it’s common practice to give them Bordetella vaccines to help prevent some of these illnesses. But did you know that there are two strains of canine influenza and that it’s just as important that your dog…Read More
Our Homes Can Be Poisonous to Pets, but They Don’t Have to Be
National Poison Prevention Week, which was enacted by Congress in 1961, always occurs during the third week in March. This year it falls from March 15 to March 21st. So, what exactly is the purpose of National Poison Prevention Week? This specific week has been set aside to highlight awareness and…Read More
We’re Now Accepting ScratchPay!
We understand how much your pets mean to you—and we want you to be able to give them the care they need when they need it with no hesitation or strings attached. That’s why Roseway Veterinary Hospital is happy to now accept ScratchPay as a method of payment. You never know when your…Read More
Don’t Miss Our Winter Dental Deal!
When it comes to your pet’s dental health, it’s what you can’t see that could be the most damaging to your furry friend. We offer full mouth digital dental x-rays, which are necessary for catching problems under the gum line that can’t be seen with the naked eye. It’s also where most…Read More
Announcing Companion Protect Pet Insurance
At Roseway Veterinary Hospital, we’re always looking for ways to improve pet health care—including how to make it more accessible and affordable for pet parents. We know sometimes the costs can be overwhelming, and we’ve seen the heartbreak when a family must make decisions about their beloved pet’s health and…Read More
Think Inside the Box
Cats like to be clean and they’re also creatures of habit—so when there’s a litter box problem, you can be sure your pet is trying to tell you something. That “something” could be an issue with the box itself, a behavioral development, or a medical condition. The most common problems…Read More
Prepare Your Pet for Boarding
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] If you’re going to need a place to park your pet over the holidays, NOW is the time to call us about getting them ready! You'll need to make sure your pet is current on vaccinations and parasite prevention for them to stay at any reputable facility. In addition…Read More
Don’t Slip Up With De-Icers
So have you heard the long-range weather reports? Looks like the Portland area may be in for some snow this year…which means folks will be using de-icers or “ice melts” to make driveways and walkways safer. Problem is commercial de-icing products are usually full of chemicals that are dangerous for…Read More
Does Your Pet Need to Lighten Up?
Just like people, overweight pets have a higher risk of developing diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, high blood pressure and certain forms of cancer. More concerning is the fact that a new study from the University of Liverpool has shown that overweight dogs are likely to live 2½ years less on…Read More