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Pet Emergency? Office Hours: 541.426.3331. After Hours: 541-263-1366
Welcome to the Wallowa Valley and Enterprise Animal Hospital! We look forward to meeting you and your animals and providing you with excellent veterinary care and customer service. Our Enterprise office is located for easy access from Joseph, Lostine, Wallowa, and the surrounding Wallowa Valley.
Conveniently located just a few blocks off Hwy 82,(MAP) the friendly staff at Enterprise Animal Hospital welcome you and your animals! We provide veterinary medicine, surgery, and dentistry services for your equine, companion animal, sheep, goat, llama, and cattle needs as well as pet boarding. We have listed the services offered for each of these animals under the appropriate link above. We also have a great retail selection of pet foods and products.
Each of our staff is dedicated to providing you and your animal with an exceptional veterinary experience. You and your animal friend come first -- compassionate care, extensive experience, product knowledge, and a relaxed setting make Enterprise Animal Hospital a place you and your pet will both want to visit again!
At Enterprise Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Jereld Rice
Enterprise Veterinarian | Enterprise Animal Hospital | 541-426-3331
706 Depot St
Enterprise, OR 97828
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As usual, the staff were all friendly and caring. We enjoyed meeting the new vet, Dr. Michelle Janik, who clearly loves kitties. Chloe didn't hiss once, although she appeared to know this (her one-year checkup) was something different than her usual day. She had a couple of shots, so as usual the office called us the next day to inquire how Chloe was doing. That's an extra step we really appreciate. -- D and B, Joseph