Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic, serving the North Portland region, is a veterinary hospital designed to meet the requirements of pet owners for all of their veterinary questions and concerns.

Our veterinarians and team offer many services including everything from regular check-up visits to emergency vet care. We also provide free exams for pets local to North Portland.

Our North Portland veterinarian, Dr. Kenneth DeRemer, is a small animal vet and is well-skilled to provide experienced and extensive care for animals visiting our clinic. We also have a sister clinic, Paws and Claws Pet Medical Center situated in Troutdale, OR. Dr. DeRemer splits his time between the two clinics. Additional services we provide include vaccinations, spay and neuter services, grooming under sedation and check-ups with a focus on creating a successful wellness program for your pet. The overall purpose at our veterinary hospital is to provide a well-rounded, comfortable experience for each and every pet.

We want you to have updated information in regards to the best treatment and preventative care for your pets. Whether the visit is for spay or neuter services, cat or dog dental requires or grooming for your pet, we want it to be a comfortable experience for everyone. We believe that prevention is the best kind of care and design our wellness plans to provide necessary preventative measures for your pet.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Pet surgery, wellness, operations, dental care

Serviced Areas

  • North Portland, Oregon

Contact Details

  City Portland, OR
  Zip Code 97217
  Address 8260 N Interstate Ave
  Phone Number (503) 285-7661

Products & Services



Wellness Programs
Vaccination FAQs
Surgery & Pet Emergencies
Top GI Issues in Pets
Emergency: Trauma
Emergency: Itchy Skin, Allergies, Skin inflammation
Dental Care
Dog Dental Care
Cat Dental Care
Pet Dental FAQ
Spay & Neuter
Spay & Neuter FAQ
Microchipping FAQ
Puppy & Kitten Care
Puppy and Kitten FAQ
Giardia in Pets
Pet Giardia FAQ
Flea & Tick Treatment
Fleas and Ticks FAQ
Heartworm Treatment
Senior Pet Wellness
Senior Pet FAQ
Pet Diabetes
Gastrointestinal Issues

  • I would recommend this business

we have 3 pets and have brought our fur babies here for over 20 yrs.
Mcdreamer, James and Molly are our faves!... Love the New location.
Thank you for all the years of great care.

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  • I would recommend this business

Love Love LOVE this clinic. Everyone that has worked with our two dogs has been wonderful. We moved out of the Portland area and we STILL bring our dogs here. It's well worth the hour and a half drive each way. THAT'S how awesome they are. Highly recommend.

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  • I would recommend this business

Dr. D is one of the most gentle nicest vets ever. He takes those extra minutes to play with your pet a bit and talks to you as if it was his animal.
The staff is wonderful and were very supportive when we "knew it was time" for a few of our furr-babies.

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From Our Website

If you have been looking for an experienced Portland veterinarian backed with a confident, pet-loving team then our vet is pleased to welcome you and your animal companions to Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic. We are thrilled to have not one Portland vet but two! Dr. Kenneth DeRemer and Dr. Ross Weinstein both have vast experience in providing top-quality animal care. With a complete focus on providing an optimal health and wellness program designed specifically for your beloved pet, we work closely with the rest of our team of Certified Veterinary Technicians, Veterinary Assistants, and our friendly receptionist.

Our Portland veterinary hospital, Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic provides comprehensive veterinary services for pets in the North Portland area. Our small animal veterinarian, Dr. Kenneth DeRemer, is passionate about looking after the health and wellness needs of your dogs, cats, small mammals, pocket pets and chickens. He loves animals and works to keep Portland veterinary hospital provides care for dogs and catsthem healthy, both at our practice and in our community. Dr. DeRemer purchased Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic in 2008 and now splits his time between here and Paws and Claws Pet Medical Center.

A pet microchip for dogs and cats can help countless animals find their way safely home to be reunited with their owners. This tiny, affordable device is implanted into your pet so it can provide critical identity information to shelters that receive lost or missing pets. Since many shelters have no alternative but to destroy unidentified animals that are not claimed or adopted, finding the owners can actually save these pets' lives. A pet microchip for dogs and cats is a data chip containing a unique ID number.

Unless you're a professional animal breeder, you should be making arrange to spay or neuter the dogs and cats in your household. These surgical procedures provide important health and wellness benefits that lengthen your pet's life by safeguarding against both diseases and injuries. At the same time, every loving pet owner is understandably nervous about having their furry family members undergo surgery. Here a Peninsula Dog and Cat Clinic, we understand how you feel. But we also know that you want to give your pet the best life possible.

At Peninsula Dog & Cat Clinic, we offer a variety of services to care for your pet. If you have any questions or would like more information on how we can care for your pet, please contact us today.