Call us at (541) 888-6713

Welcome to Ocean Boulevard Veterinary Hospital

in Coos Bay, OR
Call us at (541) 888-6713
to schedule an appointment.

 

Ocean Boulevard Veterinary Hospital is a small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive preventative care, providing for medical services, surgical/dental care, behavioral consultations, and emergency treatment when needed.  Beyond first rate care, we endeavor to make our hospital a comfortable and calm environment.  Our goal is to blend modern veterinary techniques with the unique personal attention you would expect from your home town veterinarian.

Our doctors are experienced general practice veterinarians with a broad knowledge of most conditions and treatments.  When necessary, we have great working relationships with area specialists and can refer your pet for advanced diagnostics and treatments.

We believe that pets are an important part of the family and no one knows your pet quite like you do.  From the way your dog tips his ears to say hello to the way your kitty touches your face with a soft paw to wake you in the morning, you know your pet better than anyone else.  This simple fact makes you such an important part of your pet's healthcare team.  No veterinarian can do her work without your careful observations, your unique understanding of your pet's history, or your willingness to be the voice for your loved one.

We welcome you as an integral part of your pet's healthcare team.  Together, our goal is to give your furry companion a happy, healthy life.

Our Mission Statement:

Ocean Boulevard Veterinary Hospital is committed to providing the highest level of professional veterinary care, client education and support available.  Focused on continuous improvement and ongoing education, our team is committed to providing outstanding customer service, encouraging individual and team development, and maintaining an upbeat hospital where tails wag, and clients and team members find reasons to smile. 

Dr. Wendy Labrousse
Coos Bay Veterinarian | Ocean Boulevard Veterinary Hospital | (541) 888-6713

1710 NW Ocean Boulevard
Coos Bay, OR 97420

Fax:  541-888-9853

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