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Ark Animal Hospital

1100 Applegate St | Philomath, OR 97370

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Call 541-805-7219
Monday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Tuesday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Wednesday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Thursday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Friday 7:30am - 7:30pm
Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 4:00pm
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Description

At Ark Animal Hospital and Eastgate Veterinary Clinic we strongly believe that preventative care is best medicine. We strive to work with each patient and client to create a preventative medical plan that will keep your furry companion happy and healthy for years to come.

As part of our commitment to preventative health care our doctors offer free office visits to all pets on our annual wellness plan. This allows our doctors to ensure that your furry family members are always taken care of.

Doctors

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Dr. Behrenfield

Dr. Behrenfield

Growing up on a farm in rural Oregon instilled Dr. Behrenfeld with a great respect and interest in animal care. This developed into a career as a veterinarian and a passion for all things equestrian. Dr. Behrenfeld lives with her husband Mike in the Alsea Valley with two cats, one dog, and a horse. Dr. Behrenfeld has a DVM from Oregon State University and Washington State University, and she has a special interest in strengthening the human-animal bond, hunter/jumpers, and dressage.

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Dr. Lewis-Simpson

Dr. Lewis-Simpson

Since entering vet school in 1997 and joining Ark in 2001, Dr. Lewis has been most affected by the relationships she has developed with her animal patients and clients. When not at the clinic she enjoys gardening, playing with her son Alexandre and working with her personal animals. Dr. Lewis has a dual degree DVM from Oregon State University and Washington State University. Dr. Lewis' special interest in surgery prompted her to accept an one year internship with a surgery specialty practice in Nevada in 2009. Now with the internship completed she is committed to spending time at O.S.U.-V.T.H. when not working at Ark or Eastgate to further expand her knowledge of surgery.

Best Advice: "Walk with your dog. Take time to enjoy the outdoors, good company and staying healthy. It's good for both of you."

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Dr. Poulsen

Dr. Poulsen

Dr. Beth Poulsen dressed up as a veterinarian for career day in the 2nd grade and neverlooked back. She grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and later moved to Wisconsin where she completed her bachelor’s degree and graduated from University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. She then spent five years working as a small veterinarianin Wisconsin. Her husband accepted a position at Oregon State University, prompting their family’s move to Corvallis in 2012. Dr. Poulsen’s special interests in veterinary practice include surgery, dentistry, and endocrinology. She is an active volunteer with the Humane Society and has traveled throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Central America providing veterinary care to under-privileged communities. Dr. Poulsen enjoys spending time with her husband and son, as well their Labrador mix, Lily, and Golden Retriever, Lucy.

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Dr. Williams

Dr. Williams

From the age of five, Dr. Williams knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Since joining Ark in 2004, she has loved witnessing the bond between her clients and patients. When not at work, Dr. Williams enjoys spending time at home with her husband and daughter, as well as their dog and cats, Cinch, Mr. Pinchy, and Mrs. Winklebottom. Dr. Williams has her DVM from Oregon State University and Washington State University. She is also certified in canine rehabilitation and has special interests in companion animal medicine and end-of-life care.

Best Advice: "Please don't give your pet any medication without consulting a veterinarian. Common drugs like Advil and Tylenol can be harmful, even deadly to your pet."

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