Home Comfort Veterinary

60615 Tekampe Rd
Bend, OR 97702

(541)389-6612

www.mtbachelorvethospital.com

Mt Bachelor Veterinary Hospital - Veterinarian serving Bend and central Oregon.

Mt. Bachelor Veterinary Hospital,
Your Best choice for Veterinarians.

7:30am - 5:30pm Monday-Friday

   Twice Monthly Saturdays 9:00 - 4:00pm

           call for dates and appointment

Fresh breath and beautiful teeth $199

for dogs and cats (Includes exam, pre-op lab work, IV catheter, anesthesia, ultrasonic cleaning, and polishing)

                                                                                                                                                                                                       NEW on line ordering for medicines and Food. click on "On Line Pharmacy" tab on right column

     

 Are you new to Mt. Bachelor Vet Hospital? Here’s a (click>Coupon for half off your first exam!

We offer discounts for multiple vaccines! See our coupon page.(click here)

Consider our custom in-house(click herePrepaid Health Plans Like an HMO  as low as 25$ month for free services and discounts on all care

Kitten and Puppy Discount plans, click here


House calls and Peaceful Home Euthanasia

Home Comfort Veterinary Service Click here


35 years of veterinary experience saves you money without sacrificing quality pet care!

Dr. Rex W. Urich is a second generation veterinarian who grew up in an era of reasonable costs and practical diagnostic solutions.  He has seen veterinary fees become prohibitive to pet ownership. Dr. Rex feels that he can find a way to help all people enjoy the rewards of pet companionship.

Experience is the Key to this goal!

Dr. Rex will  very hard to work within your budget. He will to apply his 50 years of experience in Veterinary Medicine (35 in Private Practice) to arrive at a solution without all the unnecessary tests and procedures that seem to be the norm today. Most importantly, he will advise you when the goal is unattainable and won't spend your money unwisely in cases where your pet's best interest is not served. 


 

Dr. Rex offers all surgeries including Orthopedics, as well as the following services:  click here to see all our modern technoiogically advanced equipment

  • Accurate Diagnosis & Treatment
  • Dentistry & Dental Radiographs
  • Ultrasounds & X-Rays
  • Reproduction Specialty Service A.I. and Cesarean Sections
  • Complete Laboratory In-House
  • Intensive/Crisis Care
  • Specialty interest in Geriatrics, Dermatology, Behavior Problems
  • Theraputic Laser Healing for Spinal paralysis, chronic wounds, fractures and more!
  • Ultra detail Digital Radiographs

   Spread the Word Gift (click here) for free exam if you refer a friend!

 
Call today to schedule an appointment with a caring, compassionate doctor who takes veterinary medicine seriously. Dr. Rex will tailor a realistic treatment plan for your pet, working within your financial means. It's not every pet hospital in the Bend area that cares enough to work within a reasonable financial frame for your pet.

 

Find Us at the Fred Meyer Shopping Center, Just off of Reed Market Rd in Bend, Oregon 97702 and 97701

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