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Outpatient CT

OVRA is proud to offer Outpatient CT (computed tomography)! In this specialized type of radiology, an x-ray tube moves around the body to continuously project imaging. In veterinary medicine, a CT scan is often used for imaging the chest, abdomen, nose, bones and joints. This technology is very useful when looking at parts of the … Read moreOutpatient CT

Radioiodine (I-131) Therapy

Crafting a Better Tomorrow for Cats: Oregon Veterinary Referral Associates Now Offers Hyperthyroidism Care What is Hyperthyroidism?Feline hyperthyroidism is a pervasive hormone disorder that affects older cats. It is caused by overactive thyroid glands that produce excess thyroid hormone. Having Hyperthryroidism speeds up the body’s metabolism, which leads to weight loss, gastrointestinal issues, and heart … Read moreRadioiodine (I-131) Therapy

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation


Physical Medicine at OVRA is provided by Lisa Iverson (Veterinary Practitioner) and Laura Parker (Physical Medicine Therapist)! They are onsite to provide physical medicine and rehabilitative services for pets including treadmill, laser, acupuncture, soft-tissue, and range of motion exercises. If your pet has experienced injuries or chronic pain of the muscle, musculoskeletal system, spine, hip, joints, … Read morePhysical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Advanced Anesthesia and Comprehensive Pain Management

Appropriate anesthesia and pain management are critical to a successful procedure and smooth recovery, so at Oregon Veterinary Referral Services, we ensure that our Veterinary Technicians are highly trained in anesthesia and pain management. At Oregon Veterinary Referral Services, every pet undergoing surgery receives: A thorough pre-anesthetic evaluation, including appropriate testing and laboratory analyses to … Read moreAdvanced Anesthesia and Comprehensive Pain Management


Ophthalmology is the branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and surgery of the visual pathways, including the eye, brain, and areas surrounding the eye. The board certified veterinary ophthalmologist has extensive training and experience in diagnosing and treating eye diseases in small and exotic animals. Examination with slit lamp biomicroscopy and indirect ophthalmoscopy … Read moreOphthalmology


Oncology, which refers to the diagnosis and treatment of all types of cancer, is also available. OVRA internists and surgeons are skilled in the diagnosis and staging of cancer in dogs and cats. Following a diagnosis of cancer, a treatment plan is offered that is focused on preserving quality of life for your pet. The … Read moreOncology



Surgery is the medical specialty that treats diseases or injuries by operative manual and instrumental treatment. Our surgery specialists have extensive training and experience with a variety of soft tissue, neurological and orthopedic surgeries, including: Click here to visit the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. *TPLO Informational Video:

Internal Medicine


Internal medicine is the branch and specialty of medicine concerning the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases, especially of internal organs. OVRA’s board certified small animal internists have in-depth training and experience with the diagnosis and treatment of medical disorders, including, but not limited to, the following body systems: Cardiovascular disease such as heart failure, … Read moreInternal Medicine