Is the Bailey veterinary clinic a full service hospital?
We are a full-service hospital that sees appointments, walk-ins and emergencies and we constantly strive to provide the absolute best in veterinary medicine. Our patients and clients are an important part of our amazing team and we can’t wait to welcome you to the Bailey family! We provide service in a friendly, timely, and efficient way.
Where did Megan Bailey go to veterinary school?
He graduated from Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. During the five years prior to Bailey’s, he worked as a mixed animal practitioner in Hermiston, Or. Dr. Megan joins us after seven years in mixed-animal practice in her hometown of Banks, OR.
Who is the veterinarian at Baileys in Roseburg?
Dr. Paul wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as he can remember. He grew up bringing his animals to Baileys and started working here in high school as a member of our kennel crew staff. We were more than ecstatic to welcome Dr. Kyle into the Bailey family in May of 2013.
Where did Amber Christianson go to veterinary school?
Amber Christianson completed her undergraduate degree at Chadron State College in Nebraska about 90 miles from my hometown in Wyoming, and graduated veterinary school from Washington State University in May of 2020.
How did Animal Emergency Clinic of the high country treat my dog?
Our dog was quickly seen by the veterinarian and blood work done. The veterinarian was very good with our old dog and was on board with our concerns about conservative treatment with regards to treatment of our older girl. Our dog was treated very well and a spot-on appropriate diagnosis was made.
Where to take your cat for emergency care?
If you’re looking for a facility that cares about your pet as much as you do, Animal Emergency Hospital is THE place to go! The team texted and/or called with updates every day, at least twice a day while our cat was in their care. We also received pictures!
Who is the veterinarian at New Georgia animal hospital?
We have taken our pets there for over 10 years.A couple of years ago, we had to make the hardest decision ever. Our little Doxie was very sick and Dr. Alexander explained all the options available but we all knew the best thing to do was to let her go. Dr. Alexander got Lowe as comfortable as possible and let us stay with her as long as we wanted.
Where did dr.lugar go to veterinary school?
Dr.Lugar has been practicing veterinary medicine in Georgia for the past 30 years after graduating from Auburn University Veterinary School in 1988.