Welcome to Our Medford Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Medford,OR
Call us at (541) 772-2222

Our Medford Animal Hospital offers caring veterinary services to the entire Medford, Oregon area. Our staff takes pride in providing outstanding serviced and treatment of our furry patients and their owners too. You never have to worry about the care your fur babies are getting again with Medford Animal Hospital.

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About Our Animal Hospital in Medford

As the main animal hospital in Medford, we have served the community since Dr. Bernard opened our doors in 1997. Our location at 3540 Lone Pine Rd. provides services from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and even has hours from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. 

Meet Your Medford Veterinarian

Dr. Steve Bernard is proud to be your Medford Veterinarian. He enjoys his work healing and caring for cats and dogs along with his wife – Dr. Tiffany Graeber – who is also a veterinarian. Dr. Bernard received his degree as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Oregon/Washington State University Veterinary Program in 1994.

Services Offered by Our Veterinarian

At Medford Animal Hospital we offer a full range of services. Our talented veterinarian and friendly support staff strive to treat your furry friends like family. The services we offer include:

  • Examinations: From regular check-ups to emergency examinations, we will evaluate the overall health of your pets.
  • Vaccinations: For dogs these include DHLPP – Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, & Parvovirus), Rabies, & Bordetella. For cats, FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia), Rabies, & Felv.
  • Preventative Care: This includes Heartworm Prevention for dogs, Intestinal Parasite Prevention, Flea and Tick treatments, and dental care.
  • Grooming: Although we are not professional groomers, sometimes an animal cannot be groomed by those skilled professionals and need to be sedated. We can do that and then provide basic grooming that includes nail trimming.
  • Boarding: We will care for your furry friend when you are out of town, walking them outside twice daily, feeding them, and even providing bedding and comfort items (or bring your own).
  • In-Home Euthanasia: When your furry family members are ready to cross that Rainbow Bridge, it may be easier on everyone – including them– to do the procedure at home. We also provide, cremation, and memorials.
  • Laser Therapy: Treats painful joint dysfunction, injuries, and more to promote healing and reduce pain.
  • Spaying & Neutering
  • On-site X-ray & Surgery
  • Senior Wellness

Contact Our Medford Animal Hospital in Medford, OR!

Are you looking for a veterinarian in the Medford area? Medford Animal Hospital is your answer. Give our friendly staff a call at (541) 772-2222 or stop by our offices on 3540 Lone Pine Rd. to find out more or schedule an appointment today.



Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "My 1st visit and I loved it all. Everyone was really friendly and you could feel the love they have for the animals. I also really like the Saturday appts."
    Shelley C.
  • "I've known Steve for many, many years and I've never had a bad experience with him or his staff. He has cared for 7 different dogs we've had always with kindness and good humor. I recommend him highly. He is like a part of our family."
    Bobbie H.
  • "I have been going here for years! Steve and his staff really care about the animals they see and their prices are very reasonable. I trust them with my English Labrador, Rocco's, health! Just a good honest vet."
    Erick C.

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