17335 SW Tualatin Valley Hwy, Aloha, Oregon
M-F 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Closed Labor Day, Mon Sep 5, 2022

Masks Required Inside the Building

By Aloha Dog & Cat May 23rd, 2022

Hello Aloha Dog & Cat Community,

Masks are still required inside the building at Aloha Dog & Cat, and will be until further notice.

Throughout April and May 2022, cases in Oregon and Washington County have consistently been on the rise. We want to keep our staff and clients as protected as possible, and also minimize the need to reschedule pet appointments due to staff illness. Requiring masks in our building is the best way for us to try to accomplish that goal at this time.

Thank you again for your understanding as we continue to evaluate the current situation and do our best to make the right decisions.

Aloha Dog and Cat Hospital

MASKS REQUIRED Through March 31, 2022

By Aloha Dog & Cat March 11th, 2022

Hello Aloha Dog & Cat Community,

It has been awhile since we’ve had to update on any COVID  19 protocols.  It has been a long 2 years and we appreciate all your support during this crazy time we’ve been living through.

We are glad to see new COVID cases dropping and the lifting of the Oregon mask mandate happening this week, however, we are going to maintain mask requirements in our building for the remainder of March and then reassess and decide if we want to become mask optional. 
This means clients and staff will remain masked until the end of March
and we will make another decision then on policy going forward.

Please respect our decision as a private business to try and keep our employees and community safe and protected. Our lobby is still open and we are happy to welcome you into the building wearing a mask. We will continue to offer curbside appointments to those who do not wish to come in the building yet.

Thank you again for all being in this together and for all of you who have given us kind words and support through these last two years.

Stay safe and be well,

Aloha Dog and Cat Hospital

Telemedicine Instructions – March 30, 2020

By Aloha Dog & Cat March 30th, 2020

If you’ve been asked to screen for a possible phone/telemedicine appointment. Please send a picture or video of what signs or symptoms your pet is exhibiting. Please send the pictures or video to: consult@alohadogandcat.com . The doctor will call you at the phone number you have provided for us. Please let us know if a certain time does not work for you, otherwise we will try to reach you as soon as possible.

-We may determine that your pet needs to come in for an in hospital visit, or we may be able to just prescribe medications based on the phone call and photos/videos.

-Our telemedicine fee is $50, which will not be charged if we determine your pet needs to come to our hospital, we will just charge our usual office call fee.

-If we feel that your pet’s needs can be filled by our phone/telemedicine consult, we will prescribe medications or treatments as needed and the telemedicine/phone consult fee would apply.

Thank you so much for helping us try to keep people at home where we can during our state of emergency.