We need to stay healthy to be able to provide veterinary care for our community.
We are following Guidelines from the Oregon Health Authority, American Veterinary Medical Association, Oregon Veterinary Medical Association and Oregon Veterinary Medical Examining Board. We are limiting client access to one client at a time in the exam room and one client at a time in the lobby. End-of-life (Euthanasia) care is limited to two clients. All clients must wear masks, if you don’t have one, we have washable fabric masks available for $5. We will be wearing our masks.
If you are ill, please let us know so we can take extra precautions with your pet. Your pet cannot get sick from COVID-19 but virus can land on the fur from you coughing and sneezing and that virus can then be transmitted to other people’s hands and clothes, ultimately exposing them to the virus.
Rita is manning our main line phone from home and can access your pet’s records remotely. She can book appointments. And she forwards any questions on to Dr Schlorman.
When you arrive for your scheduled appointment or are picking up food or prescriptions, please call the number that is displayed in our large front window. That alerts us you are here. If you get voicemail, we are either on the phone or working with a pet so PLEASE leave a voicemail. We will call you back at the number you called from unless you give us a different number to call. Please STAY OFF YOUR PHONE if possible while you are waiting for us to call you back.
If you do not have a cell phone, kindly knock on the front door and be PATIENT. If we do not come to the door right away, we are either on the phone or with a pet.
For scheduled appointments, we get all the history we need over the phone. Then a staff member will come out to get you and your pet.
If you prefer to not wear a mask and accompany your pet, we are still offering curbside service and will bring them inside for their exam. Cats and exotics need to be in carriers/cages. Dogs must be on leash. We will add a slip lead as well as utilizing your leash for dogs.
Once the exam is finished, we will call you at the number you provided to go over findings and discuss recommendations.
For surgical procedures we will discuss the treatment plan and expected costs over the phone and then have you authorize the procedure via the “authorization form” button on our website.
When your pet's visit is done, we will call you again to take payment over the phone. Then we will bring your pet, medications, and discharge instructions to your car.
We appreciate your patience as we work the kinks out of this weird new way we are having to provide care.
We are closed from 1-2 pm for lunch and Tuesdays from 12-2 pm
for staff training
After hours Emergencies
Emergency Veterinary Hospital
They are located at
103 W. Q St. in Springfield.
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Creswell Veterinary Hospital is a full service, AAHA accredited,
small animal veterinary hospital in downtown Creswell.
We provide preventive care, medical, dental and surgical care,
and hospitalization for dogs, cats, rabbits and rodents.
345 W Oregon Ave
Creswell, OR 97426
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1018, Creswell, OR 97426
Friendly, compassionate, quality care for your pets
Creswell Veterinary Hospital
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