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- BEST FRIENDS DOG GROOMINGMegan took very good care of our Yorkie Poo Charlie for grooming. I was hesitant to try a new groomer but the results were fantastic. Very pleased and ecstatic with the results and will definitely be a return customer. Since we were a new client, Megan did a great job asking questions to provide us with the cut we wanted. Charlie seemed happy and looked beautiful. Overall, think this was one of the best grooming appointments she has had. Paws up to Megan and My Best Friends dog grooming
- FRANKO'S DOG GROOMINGWe have been going to Franco's for over 30 years with all of our dogs. Over the years we have used all of their services with multiple dogs. I have always been happy with them. A few of our pets have been rather challenging and they always treated them well. I love them
- Wash’n Roll Mobile Pet GroomingKathy came with her husband and it was the best hair cuts my dogs have ever had. My dogs were so happy. Totally refer Kathy. If it wasn't for her patience with my dogs right before our wedding in 5 days and given then the best hair cut in the world. I can't speak higher of her.
- Rock Creek Kennels, Inc.I have boarded my three dogs here for the last 6 years whenever I leave town--approximately 6-10 times a year. I love the great care and responsiveness of the staff and never worry about my dogs. They are always happy to be left off. They get plenty of play time and walks every day. I highly recommend Rock Creek Kennels! I would not leave my dogs anywhere else
- Rock Creek Kennels, Inc.We've used this kennel a lot and have always been extremely happy with it. The facilities and care they provide are top-notch. Special instructions for food, medicine, walks, exercise, or whatever has never been a problem there. They get to know and remember the animals and have picked up on health issues with ours while under their care.
- Rock Creek Kennels, Inc.It went amazing! Debbie and Craig and all the folks at Rock Creek Kennels Always go above and beyond to ensure that my fur babies are well taken care of and happy. They get taken an extra walks, get groomed before we pick them up— it’s so nice to know that they are so well taken care of that I don’t have to worry. I most definitely love the suite option for the doggies. Private rooms with toys, beds, and even TVs. Highly recommend them! A++
- Rock Creek Kennels, Inc.Made a reservation for our small dog for several days in one of their kennels. Was told what I needed to bring and dropped dog off at the kennels. My dog has been there several times in the past and always comes home in a very good mood. Have taken him to other kennels in the past and he doesn't seem quite so content when he comes home. They are very organized and seem to really love the animals, and the setting is absolutely gorgeous. I don't take my dog anywhere else now that I've found Rock Creek Kennels. He has also stayed there for longer periods (almost two weeks) and is his same happy self when he comes home
- Rock Creek Kennels, Inc.The staff was very friendly. They asked questions about him to get to know his personality and his 'special' talents (opening gates is his 'specialty'...). They took me on a tour and were very accommodating as I checked out my dog's run and reassured him I'd be back soon. As I left I felt confident he would be well taken care of. When I picked him up he was clean and happy. We will definitely be taking him back to Rock Creek Kennels next time we need to board hi
- Dogs Day OutFirst time there and was thoroughly impressed. She does not use cages but works on each animal within the timeline she sets. My dog had a big patch of pitch that had to be removed and she did a wonderful job. I will definitely take my dog there again.
- FRANKO'S DOG GROOMINGIt went excellent, I am extremely pleased with my dogs cut. Safety was first and foremost, my dog is older, so he gets anxious and has quite a number of benign cysts grown on his body. I was nervous about him getting nicked, but it went perfect! Claire was a wonderful groomer!
Pet Groomers in Clackamas
- Business Description:Owner operated. No subs. Cost determined by the job.Recent Review:Kathy came with her husband and it was the best hair cuts my dogs have ever had. My dogs were so happy. Totally refer Kathy. If it wasn't for her patience with my dogs right before our wedding in 5 days and given then the best hair cut in the world. I can't speak higher of herKathy G.
- Business Description:Newberg Veterinary Hospital in Newberg, Oregon is a full service animal hospital serving dogs and cats, horses, llamas, alpacas, as well as sheep and goats. It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your companion animal. Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy animals; early detection and treatment of disease as your companion animal ages; and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during h..Recent Review:The services the hospital provides are excellent. Because of the help of the veterinarians my senior dog remains in good health. The veterinarians are dedicated to helping solve issues. They explain the issues and provide excellent treatmentMARY F.
- Business Description:COST DETERMINED BY THE JOB.Recent Review:Probably the best groom Biff has ever had...we will make another appointment soon!Lynette H.
- Business Description:We at Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital pride ourselves in providing our patients with the very highest standards of medical and surgical care. Our highly skilled veterinarians and certified technicians deliver cutting edge veterinary medicine and outstanding client service, taking whatever time is needed to answer all your questions and concerns. We specialize in diagnosing the difficult cases. We are pioneers in pain management – offering traditional therapies along with alternative therapi..Recent Review:When Rebecca observed the state of Ruckus's anal area (where the skin was inflamed), she proactively assessed the need to have Dr Scholnic examine him. The two concluded that they needed to treat him for an infection using topological antibiotics in addition to the anal sack express. Rebecca's pro-active action prevented a potentially more serious infection from occuring. This is typical of the type of professionalism our dog recieves from the quality oriented Murrayhill stafMike M.
- Business Description:Don’t let this charming 1950’s style stucco building fool you. There is New Millennium medicine taking place inside. Just a soccer ball kick from Providence Park, Portland Animal Clinic is your one-stop-shop for all your pet’s needs: From a wide assortment of prescription diets and flea control for cats and dogs, to long term and short term boarding—to that special spa day that your animal companion has been hinting about. Portland Animal Clinic is the place. Appointment Hours: Mon-Thurs 9 A..Recent Review:Dr. Castle and her staff are wonderful. Dr. Castle calls after any surgical procedure to go over what has taken place. I know I can call with any questions about my pet's care. The cost seems reasonable. It is a small practice and I feel like they know my dog and will treat her wellHeather W.
- Business Description:At the Parkway Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to supporting the human-animal bond, and have been a strong advocate since our inception of 1986. We believe the bond between people and their companion animals provides joy, enrichment, balance and health benefits to both, and the relationship deserves the highest level of respect and compassion. Members since 1996 of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), we are dedicated to practicing excellence in Veterinary medicine and are ..Recent Review:I've been using them for ten years now. They are the best best veterinarians that I've used. They were phenomenal, caring and compassionate. The rice is reasonable as well. I love them very much.DIANE F.
- Business Description:We are an indoor/outdoor dog daycare, boarding, grooming and training facility. Let your dog enjoy their day while you are at work, running errands or out of town, by bringing them to Dogs Day Out for a day of fun & socialization with other doggie friends. We offer an impeccably clean facility with plenty of fresh air and water. Check out our website, www.dogs-day-out-daycare.com for more information or feel free to stop by for a tourRecent Review:The owner Becky is a *****. My silver lab Smokey was bitten on the face the first week he was there. He stills has the scars on both sides of his nose. The sent the wrong dog home with me several months later when they sent a silver lab named Piper home with me instead of Smokey. It took them an hour to figure this out. She kicked me and my dog out on Wednessday because she said I was rude to her customers. I was stand ing out side waiting for the lady in front of me to finish dropping off her dogs when a Indian Man walked right in front of me and I told him to get in line and wait his turn. So I was the rude dog and got kicked out. Read the other reviews and see what they have to say about the owner BeckyJulia M.
- Business Description:The Cat Care Professionals use over 40 years of combined cat specific experience to support the health and well-being of cats and kittens in a very special environment. The unique facility, conveniently located by Bridgeport Village Mall, removes the stress of dog smells and sounds providing a calm atmosphere to make each visit less stressful. Cat owners are supported by doctors and staff who take the time to listen . They provide expert advice, explaining options for care. These options help..Recent Review:I took my cat there for several years. On the upside, they are a cat only clinic which I like. However, they are expensive, constantly want testing, and are not very open to a discussion about it. Once I expressed concerns over cost and testing (even when I didn't mention it at later appointments), Dr. C was very defensive from then on and flat out rude in her responses . I just went to a different vet and the same visit was 20% less, plus there was no push or mention of extra testsDavid M.
- Recent Review:Banfield Pet Hospital TORTURED and then ultimately KILLED the most gentle cat I have ever known, due to the malpractice of MULTIPLE vets at 2 of their locations. This is a very long story, so before I begin I will list out briefly here the main points: 1) The 1st Banfield Vet we saw (Dr. Robyn Kasun) failed to diagnose our cats mouth and respiratory infections. 2) Dr. Robyn Kasun also administered 3 vaccinations to our malnourished cat (you should never ever administer even 1 vaccination to a cat in such a condition, as it heavily taxes the body and worsens all infections). These vaccinations almost killed our cat that very same night and are ultimately what led to his slow death 2 months later due to them turning his chronic kidney disease into acute kidney disease and causing irreparable damage to his organs. 3) The 2nd Banfield Vet we saw (Dr. Genevieve Currall) prescribed an IV fluid to administer to our cat daily for 10 days (to help somewhat treat the extreme damage the 1st vet had done to our cat) , but failed to tell us verbally or in writing, that the fluid, which is refrigerated in-between uses, needed to be warmed up to room temperature before administering it to the cat. Failure to warm up the fluid, resulting in injecting very cold fluid directly into his skin and against his bones, is incredibly painful, as we learned later. It was an agonizing procedure each time we administered it to him and we could tell something had to be wrong; but unfortunately only learned later about it. 4) The same Vet also told us that our cat needed to wait at least 1 year until having his teeth and mouth taken care of. We later learned from a different vet (not associated with Banfield) that this is malpractice and our cat should have had his teeth and mouth taken care of immediately, due to the intense infection which has been taxing his now acute kidney disease. 5) Our cat ultimately died due to the 3 vaccinations that had caused severe damage to his kidneys and organs. During the Oregon wildfires in September we rescued a cat who was living in the woods in the burn area – who had been abandoned for years according to a friend who lived nearby. As we were helping our friend evacuate his home on Sep 10th, we were just about to leave when a cat ran up to the truck, as if to ask us for help. So we took him with us or else he surely would have died. He was very malnourished, had toxic breath, and appeared to have some sort of irritation with his nose and eyes – whether the irritation was from the heavy wildfire smoke in the area or simply from living in bad conditions we were not sure. Regardless of his current situation he was still healthy enough to walk and function normally. He was incredibly gentle right from the very beginning and had a very sweet attitude, so we decided to keep him and name him “Ember”. Our first priority was to get Ember suitable to get his teeth cleaned, get him groomed, and do a general exam. In order for most places to accept a pet for teeth cleaning/bathing they require, by company policy, that a pet have its rabies vaccine. So with that in mind we wanted to see if that's something we could get done. Not being vets ourselves, we obviously left that up to the vet to decide whether he was healthy enough for a vaccine shot or not. Eager to make him well, we looked for a vet ASAP and decided to take him to Banfield, which naively lured us in with a $50 discount for the 1st vet visit. We took Ember in to the West Linn location on Sep. 15th, where he saw Dr. Robyn Kasun. A few major problems arose when we took him to Banfield Vet Dr. Robyn Kasun... 1) Dr. Kasun straight up lied to us and said it was the law that cats must get a rabies vaccine. This is NOT true! It is ONLY the law for dogs, and for cats ONLY in Multnomah county. We are in Clackamas county, not Multnomah. Company policy and the law are 2 very different things. 2) Dr. Kasun failed to do a general exam and diagnose an INCREDIBLY obvious respiratory and mouth infection – which we learned the very next day, from a different Banfield vet, is very easy to identify just by simply looking at the animal; and very obvious in hindsight as anyone who is not even a vet. 3) Dr. Kasun, who we relied on to do what is best for our cat, decided to, without consulting us first, give him not only the rabies shot, but two other vaccines as well – all at the same time. We later learned that it is INCREDIBLY reckless and clear malpractice to give any animal in his condition (malnourished and weak with visual signs of infections) even 1 vaccine, let alone 3 at the same time! We were not allowed into this particular clinic, supposedly due to Covid still being prevalent. So we were not able to monitor the care of our cat or properly communicate with the vet and observe her (reckless and negligent) actions. When we took him home he was extremely lifeless. He could hardly walk at all, would not respond to any interaction, had incredibly labored breathing that sounded like he was breathing through a straw, and curled up under furniture, as if he was going to die. Let me remind you that before the vet visit and before those shots, he was nowhere even close to that condition. We quickly did our own online research to find out what is going, particularly with his breathing, and discovered it was likely he has a respiratory infection – which a different vet confirmed the very next day. We also learned that it's typical for those vaccines to cause lethargy and other mild symptoms, but he was experiencing everything in an EXTREME manner. Luckily we read online that for a respiratory infection it can help if you bring him into the bathroom and run a hot shower to make it steamy in the room. We rushed him into the bathroom and ran a hot shower and thankfully that seemed to help clear his airways enough for him to breathe. He went from not moving and incredibly labored breathing to being able to stand and walk. He would have died that night if we had not done that, no thanks to the vet – Dr. Kasun - that put him in that situation to begin with. The very next day, Sep 16th, Ember was still very ill and we had spent the whole previous night researching vaccines and whether or not they should be administered to malnourished cats. We learned it was very well known you should not give any vaccines or injections to cats that are unhealthy. Fearing for the worst, we took Ember to a different Banfield vet located in Portland. We went to another Banfield because we we suckered into signing up for a care plan for our cat before he was injected with those deadly vaccines and it would have cost more to see a different vet due to the plan. The 2nd vets name is Dr. Genevieve Currall. Although she was not as blatantly negligent as Dr. Robyn Kasun, she still put our cat on a path that led him far away from recovery. She was visually shocked when we told her what the 1st vet (Dr. Robyn Kasun) did to our cat. But even so, she would not say anything bad about her because vets, especially ones within the same company, have a cowardly buddy-buddy system that is more about protecting dangerous quacks than it is about protecting innocent animals and paying customers. Dr. Genevieve Currall immediately and effortlessly identified the respiratory infection that Dr. Robyn Kasun failed to. We ran full bloodwork to find out how bad Ember was now, due to the attack on his system caused by the injections. His bloodwork came back with alarming results and that is when we learned the injections turned (what was certainly) manageable chronic kidney disease into acute kidney disease. In addition to the medication to treat his respiratory infection and food recommendations for his (now) acute kidney disease, Dr. Currall prescribed an IV fluid for us to to administer to him over the course of 10 days. There is nothing inherently wrong with that, except for the fact that she failed to tell us either verbally or in writing that the fluid, which is refrigerated when not used, needs to be warmed up before administered to the cat. Failing to warm up the fluid is essentially torture for the cat as it causes quite a bit of pain over the course of 5 minutes or more each time it is administered. We sadly only learned of this after the fact. We were concerned about Embers teeth, but Dr. Currall said that we should wait 1 year until he is healthier before trying to take care of that. Naively we believed her and thought that we now had Ember on a somewhat decent plan to recover from the damage that Dr. Robyn Kasun had inflicted upon him. This was sadly not the case, because we later learned from a vet at Clackamas Pet Clinic that his mouth infection was harming his kidneys with each passing day – preventing him from ever getting better. During the next month his condition slowly improved after we had taken care of his respiratory and ear infections and started him on a phosphate binder to improve his kidney health. He had gained about 1 pound and was almost back to the level of health that he was at when we first brought him home, before the 1st vet visit. Sadly it did not last and his condition began to deteriorate and he started to rapidly lose all the healthy weight he had gained, stopped eating, and began having issues using the litter box. I suspected he had a urinary infection. That, combined with the loss of weight and appetite, we decided to take him in for an Emergency visit at the Clackamas Pet Clinic – where we should have taken him the 1st time. The vet there was horrified once we told her what had happened at both Banfield locations and said his experience was malpractice and his treatment plan was all wrong. She identified the urinary infection that I suspected and she treated him for that. This was also when it was brought to our attention just how serious his mouth infection was and how we absolutely could not wait to treat that, or risk losing him. She prescribed a daily medication for his kidney health and we scheduled an appointment to get his teeth taken care of. Sadly his condition only continued to deteriorate and less than 2 weeks later, on the day that we took him in for the teeth surgery, we had to put him down. The damage to his kidneys and organs from the shots that Dr. Robyn Kasun had administered was too great and he was unable to recover. With as long as this review is, it is merely a summary of events. It does not cover all of the endless hours myself and my family struggled to keep Ember alive after he was sentenced to death by Dr. Robyn Kasun. It does not cover all the suffering and uncomfortable situations he had to endure over the course of his veterinary neglect and following treatment. It does not describe how incredibly sweet of a cat he was or how hard he fought to stay with us. It does not describe the pain we feel. I just hope that if you are wise enough to search for reviews before taking your pet to a Banfield location that you see this review and steer clear. I'd just like to add in closing that their customer service department is also completely horrendous. When we called to make a complaint about the malpractice we were berated by a snotty woman on the other end who, without even looking at the documentation, insisted that the vet had done nothing wrong. It was only after 30 minutes of arguing with this air head that we convinced her to actually look at the documentation and see that there was clear negligence. We manged to get out of their greedy care plan and receive a small amount of our money back. We should have sued them and got all of our money back and more; but sadly like most people, we do not have the time or the money or the know-how to take on such a legal battle. So if you are from Banfield public relations and you are reading this review – I'd appreciate it if you simply keep your fake, cookie-cutter, condolences to yourself. Unless of course you would like to give me ALL my money back that you received for murdering my innocent catBrandon S.
- Business Description:The Dog Shop is a full-service dog grooming facility dedicated to consistently providing high customer satisfaction by delivering excellent service, quality care; and furnishing a fun, clean, enjoyable atmosphereRecent Review:I have a 9 year old, male American Eskimo who is highly anxious, fearful, nervous American Eskimo and will also tend to nip. I have taken him to The Dog Shop 2x already. The shop is aware of my dog's behavior because I have fully disclosed it when I first made the appointments. Two weeks ago I made an appointment for his grooming for today 9/21/19 and I again I reminded them of his behavior. I brought him in today and the owner Jessica told me if I could put a mussel on him and I said no. She said the only way they could take him is that he needs to be musselled because they have had difficulty with him in the last 2 times he was there. This is my issue: The Dog Shop is fully aware of my dog's behavior, it should be on file. If they have had issues with him in the past and decide they could not handle him I would have appreciated more if they had told me, I would have understood that because I know my dog needs special handling. I understand they need to protect employees' safety, dogs in the shop safety. We have waited for 2 weeks just to find out that they are not going to take him. I could have looked for another groomer who will try to handle him. I guess being passionate in grooming does not go hand in hand with loving all types of animals. I think I am wrong in thinking that anyone involved in the animal industry such as grooming dogs can handle all types of behavior. I believe someone who is in this business would understand and handle such behavior issues. This experience I had with the Dog Shop just tells me that they will only provide superb service and take care of well behaved dogs. So bottom line: if you own a dog that have behavioral issues like mine I do not recommend this placeSette B.
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- A BLOOMIN' GROOMER15035 S GLEN OAK RD
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- A DOG GONE GOOD PLACE21185 EVERGREEN PKWY
- Affordable Dog Grooming505 SW Victoria Court
- Alfie's Canine Fitness Center4229 Southeast 182nd Avenue
- Ally's Dog Spa103 W Historic Columbia River Hwy
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- Animal Medical Inc3417 NE 78th St
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- Banfield The Pet Hospital7500 SW Dartmouth St
- Bark Avenue Grooming440 Portland Ave
- Bark Zone19 S State St
Lake Oswego, Oregon
- BEAUTY FOR THE BEAST (2 Locations)3832 NE SANDY BLVD/5215 N Lombard St
- Beaverton Pet Clinic11876 Sw Beavertn Hllsdle Hwy
- Bowwow Happy1424 SE Linden Ct
- Broadway Veterinary Clinic2315 NE Broadway St
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- Camp Doggie Tails8526 SW Terwilliger Blvd
- Cascade Summit Animal Hospital22320 Salamo Rd
West Linn, Oregon
- CAT CARE PROFESSIONALS17888 SW McEwan RD
Lake Oswego, Oregon
- Cat Hospital of Portland8065 SE 13th Ave
- Cats In The City2036 SE Tacoma St
- Cayly's Doggy Styles310 NE 2nd St
- CHERYL'S CANINE STYLING9435 SE 32ND AVE
- Cleaners-R-Us1829 SE Haig St
- COMPANION PET CLINIC3345 NE 82nd Ave
- Companion Pet Clinic800 NE Tenney Rd 101
- Cornell Road Veterinary Clinic1803 NE Cornell Rd
- Camp Doggie Tails
- Halsey East Animal Clinic16057 NE Halsey Street
- Hannah Society Clackamas12000 SE 82nd Ave Ste A 209
Happy Valley, Oregon
- Happy Tails Dog Wash & Day Spa8056 E Mill Plain Blvd
- Happy Valley Veterinary Hospital15957 SE Happy Valley Town Center dr
Happy Valley, Oregon
- Hayden Meadows Pet Clinic1210 N Hayden Meadows Dr
- Healthy Hound1239 California Way
- Hug-A-Bubba's Doggie Day Care & Grooming8635 SW Canyon Rd
- Halsey East Animal Clinic
- In Your Home Pet Grooming by Kasey590 Fairview Ave SE
- In Your Home Pet Grooming by Kasey
- Jan's Dog Grooming1600 E Fourth Plain Blvd
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- Kneate Products home of The Bristle Buddy3588 HWY 138 S.E. Ste 212
- Kneate Products home of The Bristle Buddy
- Many Paws Kennel680 W MAIN ST
- Meowhaus feline boarding and day spa5244 NE Sandy Blvd.
- MERIDIAN PARK VETERINARY HOSPITAL6650 SW NYBERG ST
- Metro Mobile Groomerspo. box 1451
- Montage Happyland Dog & Cat Vacations10200 NE 72nd Ave
- MONTAGE PET BOARDING10200 NE 72ND AVE
- Mountain View Veterinary Hospital300 S Redwood St Ste 115
- MT Hood Pet Resort17440 Meinig Ave
- Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital14831 SW Teal Blvd
- Many Paws Kennel
- Neighborhood Pet Clinic12616 NW 36th Ave
- NEWBERG VETERINARY HOSPITAL3716 E PORTLAND RD
- NOAH'S ARF1306 NW 18TH AVE
- NORTH PLAINS VETERINARY CLINIC10395 NW GLENCOE RD STE 700
North Plains, Oregon
- North Portland Veterinary Hospital3000 N Lombard
- Neighborhood Pet Clinic
- PACIFIC AVENUE VET CLINIC2625 PACIFIC AVE.
Forest Grove, Oregon
- Pampered Paws Grooming LLC812 Molalla Ave,
Oregon City, Oregon
- PARKWAY VETERINARY HOSPITAL3 SW MONROE PKWY Y
Lake Oswego, Oregon
- Patty's Precious Pets12343 SW 132nd Ct
- PAWS-A-WHILE1675 NE HOGAN DR
- PET-A-CURE18071 NW STONEHEDGE CT
- PETABLE PET GROOMING15590 SE 82ND DR
- Petco200 Triangle Ctr Ste 230
- Petco - Clackamas9078 SE Sunnyside Rd
- Petco - Tualatin8775 Tualatin Sherwood Rd
- Petco Animal Supplies8820 NE 5th Ave
- PETSMART130 SE 192ND AVE
- Petsmart7501 SW Dartmouth St
- PetSmart316 NE 78th St
- PetSmart8315 SW Jack Burns Blvd
- PetSmart - Portland9721 NE Cascades Pkwy
- PetSmart Store #1696 Tualatin7029 SW Nyberg St
- Portland Animal Clinic1755 SW Madison St
- POWER LINE KENNELS44420 SE COALMAN RD
- PUP SCRUB202 NE SECOND ST
- Pup-A-Razzi16300 SW Hart Rd Ste H
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- Quality Pet Service15710 SE Mill Plain Blvd A
- Quality Pet Service
- Safe Journey Dog Boarding3525 SE Milwaukie Ave
- Scooby Shack17620 SW 63rd Ave
Lake Oswego, Oregon
- Serenity Pet Care10318 SW Riverwood Lane
- SHERWOOD FAMILY PET CLINIC15970 SW TUALATIN SHERWOOD RD
- Sniff Dog Hotel1828 NW Raleigh St
- Steffie's House Dog Grooming3829 SE Washington St
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