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South Waterfront

3734 SW Moody Ave.

Portland, OR 97239

(503) 477-4757

Welcome to WILDWOOD VETERINARY CLINIC

NOW OPEN!

At Wildwood, our goal is to provide your pet with the most innovative and comprehensive care while involving you in the decision making process. We are dedicated to making your visit informative, efficient, and comfortable. We specialize in preventive care, dentistry, advanced diagnostics, surgery, and emergency care. Learn more ABOUT US.


havanaWhat Makes WILDWOOD UNIQUE?

*After-hours emergency hotline

*Saturday appointments

*Home visits in South Waterfront

*Home delivery of prescription diets

**Interested? Ask us for our Pro Plan Vet Direct CLINIC ID and go to Pro Plan® Vet Direct to create an account and order online!

*Partnership with our neighbor, The Dog House- health exam/day care package with early drop-off and late pickup **A great option if you work early**

*Separate cat entrance, waiting area, and exam room

*Wellness Rewards program

*Educational seminars

*Discounts for OHSU employees

Learn more about OUR SERVICES.


CinnamonAt Wildwood, we know there is a level of quality, thoroughness, and availability you expect from your own primary physician, and we want to provide you with that level of care. We look forward to partnering with you to keep your loved ones healthy!

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Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

Closed

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

OUR VISION

  • INNOVATIVE CARE

  • COMPREHENSIVE TREATMENT

  • EFFICIENT SERVICE

  • COLLABORATIVE DECISION MAKING

Testimonials

Client Recommendations

  • "Dr. Chigos is the BEST vet our family has ever had. We have had animals for 35 years and have had many vets in the past. Dr. Chigos goes the extra step for each animal. He is available for emergencies and gets right back to you if needed. My 3 dogs have no fear of him like they did with past vets. I can't say enough of what he does for families and their cherished pets."
    Nancy M.
  • "Dr. Chigos became our vet when our cat Bonita became gravely ill several years ago dropping from 16 lbs. down to 6 lbs. Assembling a team of Northwest veterinary and pathology experts together they diagnosed her with a very rare infectious disease. Under Dr. Chigos's constant and attentive care she made a complete recovery. We are so grateful for this gift of life and feel confident in saying our cat could not have gotten better care anywhere else. Dr. Chigos is our vet for life!"
    Noelle S.

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