Alpine Veterinary Hospital


Alpine Veterinary Hospital
Alpine Veterinary Hospital is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Baker City, Oregon. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alpine Veterinary Hospital which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alpine Veterinary Hospital on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Alpine Veterinary Hospital is:
2925 10th St
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 523-5067
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Alpine Veterinary Hospital Bingen with Curtis Kinoo at Alpine Veterinary Hospital Bingen.
This sweet and adorable patient recently joined her new home and she needs a name! Her human is asking for your ideas! She is a 10 week old, charcoal-colored Labrador Retriever. What should she be called?

Spring is just about here! Time for Fluffy to get back on the flea and tick preventatives if they were stopped for the winter... We've already treated a number of patients with tick bites this month. Keep your fuzzy pals protected from fleas and ticks so they can stay healthy and enjoy the sunshine!

Alpine Veterinary Hospital Bingen added 2 new photos.
Happy Friday everyone! What a gorgeous and sunny day it has been today. It looks like we are saying goodbye to the snow and hello to the sun! We hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Did you know that dogs can contract Lyme Disease? Did you know there is a vaccination to help protect your dog from Lyme Disease? We are anticipating a bad tick season in the Gorge this year. We recommend keeping your furry friend(s) on a monthly tick preventative, as well as educating yourself about Lyme disease and vaccinating your pet(s).
Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. It is caused by a spirochete (bacteria) species of the Borrelia burgdorferi group. Dominant clinical feature in dogs is recurrent lameness due to inflammation of the joints.