Banfield Pet Hospital

★★★☆☆
  • 7995 SW Nyberg St

    Tualatin, OR 97062

    Map & Directions
  • 503-692-4511

About Banfield Pet Hospital

Categories
  • Veterinarians
  • Animal Hospitals
  • Pet Services
Details
  • Flea Treatment
  • Microchip Implants
  • Neutering
  • Spaying
Hours
M-Su 7am-6pm (Hours and services may vary due to COVID-19.)
Phones
  • Fax (503-612-1999)
Year Established
  • 2007
Specialties
  • VetChat

Pets & Animals

Pets & Animals
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I take my dog to Banfield in Tualatin and I find the care to be just right. The vets are all pleasant and knowledgeable, the attendants are all polite and cheerful. I would highly recommend Banfield in Tualatin. As with any business, they will ask whether you want such and such a test performed, and it's up to YOU to be an educated consumer. They have never been pushy. A special shout-out to Dr. Chigos and Dr. Zabell (not ordinarily with Tualatin). They answered my dozens of puppy questions good-naturedly and with tons of patience.

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I take my dog to Banfield in Tualatin and I find the care to be just right. The vets are all pleasant and knowledgeable, the attendants are all polite and cheerful. I would highly recommend Banfield in Tualatin. As with any business, they will ask whether you want such and such a test performed, and it's up to YOU to be an educated consumer. They have never been pushy. A special shout-out to Dr. Chigos and Dr. Zabell (not ordinarily with Tualatin). They answered my dozens of puppy questions good-naturedly and with tons of patience.

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My dog wasn't acting right. He wasn't eating as much as usual and didn't seem himself. We took him to Banfield where they wanted to do all sorts of tests. At the time, many of the tests didn't make sense. For instance, the Ultrasound. \r\nThey kept him for several days saying the had Pancreatitis. Bill was about $3,000.00\r\nNow we learn from one of their own vets that they had, indeed, been doing ultrasounds and other work when unnessesary. Google ""Banfield Pet Hospital Unnecessary Tualatin"".\r\nJust look at all the complaints they have. The Better Business Bureau gives them an ""F""!

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My dog wasn't acting right. He wasn't eating as much as usual and didn't seem himself. We took him to Banfield where they wanted to do all sorts of tests. At the time, many of the tests didn't make sense. For instance, the Ultrasound. \r\nThey kept him for several days saying the had Pancreatitis. Bill was about $3,000.00\r\nNow we learn from one of their own vets that they had, indeed, been doing ultrasounds and other work when unnessesary. Google ""Banfield Pet Hospital Unnecessary Tualatin"".\r\nJust look at all the complaints they have. The Better Business Bureau gives them an ""F""!

Message from Banfield Pet Hospital

Keeping pets and people safe is our top priority. COVID-19 may affect hospital hours, scheduling and services at some locations. Please know we are doing our best to minimize any inconvenience and thank you for bearing with us — please call ahead so we can ensure your pet’s needs can be met and advise you on next steps. If you’re a Banfield Optimum Wellness Plan® client, you can connect with a veterinarian 24/7 via Vet Chat™ through the Banfield app for general pet care advice and triage support.

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