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Welcome to Everett Veterinary Hospital & Boarding House
Your Veterinarian in Klamath Falls Oregon

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Everett Veterinary Hospital & Boarding House is…

A Place that You and Your Pet Can Call Home

Your Home to——————–——Peace of Mind

Your Home to —————Compassion

Your Home to————Comfort

Your Home to—Trust

You and your beloved pets are the reason that we are passionate about our profession.

Whether your pets’ needs are medical, surgical, dental, boarding, routine or emergency care, your pet's needs will be taken care of by our team.

We understand that medical care is never “one size fits all”. We therefore take the time to get to know both you and your pet to make individual recommendations. Through gentle yet advanced, state of the art health care, our goal is the same as yours. We want to help you to provide a longer, happier and healthier life for your pet.

Everett Veterinary Hospital & Boarding House is very proud to have devoted themselves to the care of your dogs, cats, birds, exotic companions and wildlife since 1992. We have also maintained our AAHA (American Animals Hospital Association) accreditation since 2012 and are still the only veterinary hospital within 100 miles to have achieved this accreditation.

Please feel free to call us if you have any questions, for an appointment or simply stop by for a tour.


(541)884-2926

632 Oak Avenue
Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Appt. Only

Tuesday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Appt. Only

Wednesday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Appt. Only

Thursday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Appt. Only

Friday:

7:30 AM-5:30 PM

Appt. Only

Saturday:

8:00 AM-1:00 PM

Appt. Only

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • "You guys are awesome as always from super friendly Holly greeting us, to Hayley's beautiful smile & friendly competence, to Charlotte's wonderful way with our fur babies. I'm not sure Flint even noticed he got shots yesterday."
    Bonnie & Albert V. // Customer since 2007
  • "They are very concerned about the patient and always follow up with a phone call to see how patient is doing..Never rush with their examination, answer all questions, make sure you are completly sastified..."
    Roberta D. // Customer since 2002
  • "Very positive. As a newer patient i.e. my dog is the patient, I have been very impressed with the staff. I highly recommend Everett Veterinary Hospital to any pet owner."
    Laura & Donald M. // Customer since 2015

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