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How BetterVet Care Works in Eugene

Wellness and vaccination
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From wellness and vaccination to quality-of-life consultations, we can care for your pet in the comfort of your home.

Eugene Mobile Vet Coverage Map

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We provide mobile veterinary services in the Eugene area, including:
  • Alsea
  • Blachly
  • Brownsville
  • Cheshire
  • Cottage Grove
  • Creswell
  • Deadwood
  • Dexter
  • Drain
  • Elmira
  • Eugene
  • Fall Creek
  • Florence
  • Halsey
  • Harrisburg
  • Junction City
  • Lorane
  • Lowell
  • Mapleton
  • Marcola
  • Monroe
  • Noti
  • Oakridge
  • Pleasant Hill
  • Reedsport
  • Springfield
  • Sweet Home
  • Swisshome
  • Veneta
  • Vida
  • Walterville
  • Walton
  • Westlake

In-Home Vet Services in Eugene

Less Stress, Happier Pets

BetterVet is a mobile veterinary practice that offers comprehensive Fear Free® vet care in the comfort of home.

Mobile Vet Care Is Great For

  • Pet parents with busy schedules a lack of transportation
  • Anxious, fragile, and senior pets
  • Pets who need in-home end-of-life care

What Our Eugene Clients Say

Every time I call you you make sure I'm able to get in for an appointment. I never feel rushed while you patiently answer my list of questions. I feel that everyone there cares about the wellbeing of my Tinkerbelle. That compassion makes our time together less stressful.
Lynda K.
Five stars
Dr. Amber and Haley were amazing working with my two very scared cats. They were able to complete the exams quickly without injury to cat or themselves! I will be using them for all my vet needs.
Kristen H.
Five stars
Very thorough and professional. Took the time to understand my dog's needs and make informed suggestions. Very comfortable and relaxed experience, much less stressful on the dog than transporting her to a vet's office. Bonus: no wait time in a waiting or exam room. Overall, a very good experience.
Autumn B.
Five stars
Eugene

Experience the BetterVet Difference at Home

Skip the I-5 and schedule a convenient mobile vet appointment instead. We come to you so there's no need for you and your pet to leave the comfort of home.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a dog license in Eugene, Oregon?

The City of Eugene requires that all dogs 6 months or older, or with a permanent set of canine teeth, must be licensed. They also need to be current with their rabies vaccination and the pet’s current rabies certificate must be submitted when applying for a license. 

The fee for licensing an unaltered dog is $42 per year. If the dog has been spayed or neutered, the license fee is only $18, but the pet owner must submit proof of spay/neuter, if the information is not included in the vaccination certificate

How many dogs can you own in Eugene?
Three. The City of Eugene has ordinances surrounding Urban Animal Keeping. Additionally, the city limits the number of dogs on a property over the age of 6 months to three and one visiting dog for a short period of time.
Do you have to register your pet in Oregon?

The State of Oregon requires all dogs and cats to be registered by the age of six months. Pet licenses are mandatory in Oregon for cats and dogs. All dogs need to be licensed by the time they obtain their permanent canine teeth or the age of six months, whichever comes first.

Are rabies tags required in Oregon?

According to the Oregon Health Authority, all dogs at least three months old shall be immunized against rabies by the age of six months.

What vaccines are required for dogs in Oregon?

Core vaccinations for dogs include rabies (required by Oregon law), distemper, parvovirus, and hepatitis. Core vaccinations for cats include rabies, panleukopenia virus (FPV), feline herpesvirus-1 (FHV-1), and feline calicivirus (FCV). Rabies vaccination is required by Oregon law for all dogs.