Temporary Overnight Hours:
Wed 1/20 5pm–8am
Thurs 1/21 5pm–8am
Fri 1/22 5pm–Back to 24/7
To our valued clients,
We want to assure you of our commitment to providing excellent care for your pets and let you know that we take the health and well-being of our team members and clients very seriously. We made the decision to temporarily close due to a positive case of COVID-19 in our hospital and to reduce the risk of spread.
Each one of our team members followed guidance by their healthcare providers regarding COVID-19 testing and self-quarantine, any team members who tested positive for COVID-19 has been instructed to stay home until they have made a full recovery, and our facility was deep cleaned as of 1/13/21 by Clean Paws Janitorial.
We are now open and accepting emergencies with temporarily adjusted hours this week:
Wednesday 1/20 Open 5pm–8am
Thursday 1/21 Open 5pm–8am
Friday 1/22 Open 5pm–Back to Open 24/7
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for understanding. For any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Hospital Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Emergency Veterinary Hospital is offering Curbside service to maintain social distance while still offering care for your pets during COVID-19. If your pet has emergency veterinary needs, please call ahead if possible so that we know when to expect you.
We have implemented the following safety protocols in accordance with CDC guidelines:
The Emergency Veterinary Hospital is among 16% of animal care facilities in the nation certified by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). Veterinary clinics that go through the rigorous accreditation process to become AAHA certified are evaluated on approximately 900 standards of veterinary care. We are proud to be among them and forward to giving patients the best care possible.
Dr. Rinaldi attended the University of Nevada, Reno for his undergraduate studies in Biology. He spent time living abroad in Scotland and returned to the United States to attend veterinary school at Kansas State University, graduating in 2012. Dr Rinaldi and his wife have always wanted to live in the Pacific Northwest so he joined the Emergency Veterinary Hospital team in 2014.
Originally from Muncy, a small town in north central Pennsylvania, Dr. Schneck received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science at Cornell University in 2002 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell in 2006. A child of rural America, Dr. Schneck grew up with dogs, cats and rabbits. Dogs especially are her first love.
Dr. Naomi Johnson was born in San Diego California and did some of her growing up there before moving to Ohio. She obtained a degree in Biology at a small college in southwest Michigan. She obtained her DVM from Michigan State University in 2009 graduating with high honors. She went on to complete a small animal rotating internship in medicine and surgery.
Dr. Kirstin Hewitt was born in the Southern United States and lived in Europe prior to settling in Oregon. She graduated with a degree in Animal Sciences from Oregon State University and completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine worked in shelter medicine, small animal general practice and mixed animal practice.
Dr. Ali McKay is a native of Oregon and attended Eastern Oregon University and graduated with her Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry in 2007. She then attended Oregon State University and achieved her DVM in 2013. After veterinary school, she completed a rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Washington State University.
Dr. Paula Lenhard grew up in sunny Florida, after her parents decided that the snow and the cold of upstate New York were not for them. Although a bit too hot for her, she stayed and attended the University of Florida, earning her Bachelor of Science in Zoology and then studied Veterinary Medicine at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Schofield is from the Great Plains of Oklahoma where she was a veterinary technician for over 10 years before becoming a veterinarian. In this time she graduated with a Bachelors degree in Biology from the University of Central Oklahoma. Her undergraduate work focused heavily on research.