Top Dog - Photography

Winner: Lamm Photography  

Proprietor: Kathi Lamm

PO Box 2525 Wilsonville Oregon 97070

503 682-2277 • Kathi@lammphoto.com
lammphoto.com   |   Est. 1985

Philosophy/Mission:  Animals have always been a special part of my life, and I deeply appreciate the bond we share with them. I know all too well what a brief time we have with our special friends and how important it is to have beautiful images to remember them by. Animal portraiture is my way of honoring the love, devotion and uniqueness of our wonderful animal companions. 

Signature Service:  Kathi combines her rapport with animals and her exquisite artistry to create award-winning photography of people and pets. She was chosen Portrait Photographer of the Year 2011, 2012 and 2013 by Professional Photographers of Oregon, and from Professional Photographers of America she earned the prestigious degrees of Master Photographer and Gold Medal Photographer.  Lamm’s work has appeared in books, magazines, calendars, cards, and advertisements. Her loyal clients, who return time and again for family and pet portraits, speak to her exceptional photography and excellent customer service.

Community Involvement:   Kathi gives back to the animal community by generously donating photography services to many nonprofits, such as Cat Adoption Team, OHS, DoveLewis.  Her service has earned her the Community Service Award from Oregon Professional Photographers Association.   

2nd Place: Terri Jacobson Photography

Salem • 503-993-3047 • terrijacobson.com

3rd Place: Pauline Zonneveld

West Linn • 503-347-7842 • paulinephotography.com

Top Dog - Playgroups/Spaces

Winner: Wonder Puppy  

By a landslide!

Proprietor: Casey Newton

1500 NW 18th Ave Suite 117 Portland
503-697-PUPS

Wonder-Puppy.com   |   Est. 2009

Mission:  To help people bring out the best in their puppies while bringing out the best in themselves!

Claim to Fame/Signature Service:  Puppy socialization and clicker training.

Community Involvement, Special Notes :  We enjoy supporting many local businesses and non-profits, including Pixie Project and Whole Dog Academy.

2nd Place: Doggy Business

4905 NE 42nd Ave Portland • 503-327-8877 • doggybusiness.net

3rd Place: DOGPAW dog parks

Vancouver • 360-260-3785 • clarkdogpaw.org

Top Dog - Rescue Rockstar

Winner (tie): DeAnn King, President
Wigglin’ Home Boxer Rescue
  

wigglinhomeboxerrescue.org   |   Est. 2016

Mission:  The right boxer, the right home, loved forever.

Located and operating in the Pacific Northwest, our volunteers have combined experience of nearly 200 years in rescuing. This experience and resulting knowledge underlies our work taking in Boxers from shelters and surrendering owners. We make solid choices regarding Boxers’ health, the best foster homes, and most importantly, their furever homes and families.

Public trust and transparency are vital to our mission; we follow ethical fundraising practices and established results-based guidelines on donations. WHBR believes in the power of collaboration (strength in numbers) and partners with several organizations with common goals and objectives.

Often we rescue the unadoptable or dying Boxer, knowing we are providing a few days or weeks in a warm bed smothered in love and care before their time comes. Everyone, fur kids included, deserve to pass knowing love and a gentle hand. 

Winner (tie): Jeffrey Evans and Michael Allen, Angels with Misplaced Wings

7720 NE Highway 99 Ste D #191 Vancouver
415-595-1962 • ohana@angelswithmisplacedwings.org
angelswithmisplacedwings.org   |   Est. 2010

Philosophy/Mission:  Angels with Misplaced Wings empowers people to consciously contribute to their communities by engaging them in our journey of providing long-term and hospice sanctuary to differently-abled and senior animals in a loving family/home environment. We are dedicated to quality, advanced and alternative healthcare for quality of life, and share our experiences to give others knowledge, possibilities and hope. We serve and advocate animal welfare through partnerships in which we provide needed support, services, and resources.  

Signature Service:  No one gets left behind.  The dogs who come to us have been rescued by organizations that spent months/years trying home them.  For every success there are dozens not able to find a home. We take those who’ve been forgotten/left behind because they are different. 

Community Involvement, Special Notes:   Sharing every aspect of our journey and what we learn, good or not.  We provide education about medical conditions and all treatment options, opening people to new possibilities.  We forward contributions of goods we can’t use to orgs/ individuals who can — medications, beds, toys, treats, etc.  We conduct mutually beneficial fundraisers like Mara’s Munchkins, for pets children, and others. 

2nd Place: Jody Kurilla - Underdog Railroad Rescue

underdogrr@gmail.com • underdograilroadrescue.com

3rd Place: Heather Hines, Indigo Rescue

PO Box 554, Beaverton • 503-626-7222 • indigorescue.org

Top Dog - Neighborhood Pet Supply

Winner: Green Dog Pet Supply

By a landslide!

Proprietors: Mike and Christine Mallar

4327 NE Fremont Portland 503-528-1800

Greendogpetsupply.com   |   Est. 2004

Green Dog Pet Supply was the first pet supply in the nation to specialize in environmentally friendly supplies and gifts for dogs, cats and their people. They strive to make it easy to find fantastic products while also making good choices for the environment. They are also committed to helping pets live long healthy lives through excellent nutrition and holistic support. Their feeling of connection with and responsibility to their customers and community goes to the core of how they conduct business. They plan, sponsor, and participate in neighborhood events, and donate substantial goods and services to local animal and environmental nonprofits, including food drives for the Pongo Fund (11,500lb of food raised last year; this year’s final is pending), and to Meals on Wheels for seniors to feed their pets, plus various small pet rescues.

The folks at Green Dog say:  “Thank You! to our loyal fans and customers who voted for us. We are also deeply grateful to Spot Magazine for their commitment to local businesses, supporting them by highlighting them in this way.  We are delighted their readers chose us as “Top Dog” winners in these categories!”

2nd Place: Mud Bay

mudbay.com

3rd Place: Pets on Broadway

2762 NE Broadway St Portland • 503-282-5824 • petsonbroadway.com

Top Dog - Pet Supply Chain

Winner: Mud Bay  

Employee owned • mudbay.com   |   Est. 1988

Mud Bay

7807 SW Nyberg St • Tualatin • 503-506-7990

3 Monroe Parkway • Lake Oswego • 503-387-5659

12186 SW Scholls Ferry Road • Tigard • 503-747-5180

11830 NW Cedar Falls Drive • Cedar Mill • 503-530-8241

2540 NW 188th Ave • Tanasbourne • 503-536-1643

1616 NW Glisan • 503-894-8754

3230 NE Broadway • 503-282-1316

Mud Bay Fisher’s Landing

2100 SE 164th Ave E • Vancouver • 360-314-6101

Mud Bay Colorado Crossing

110 NW Sisemore St • Bend • 541-306-2660

Philosophy/Mission:  Mud Bay’s mission is to contribute to the health of dogs and cats and the happiness of those who care for them as they build a company to be proud of.   

Claim to Fame/Signature Service:  The level of knowledge and passion that Mud Bay staff have for animals has earned them a unique reputation for providing customized nutritional recommendations based on an individual animal’s needs.

Community Involvement, Special Notes:  Mud Bay partners with local shelters to provide educational information to the owners of newly adopted dogs and cats to start their new lives in a healthy way. Every dog and cat is also sent home with coupons for free food and litter; when coupons are redeemed, Mud Bay donates to the shelter. To date this program has meant nearly $300,000 to shelters, and free food to more than 58,000 newly adopted pets.

Mud Bay hosts adoption events with many shelters and rescues, as well as donation drives to help provide healthy food and supplies to those in need. They also donate thousands of dollars’ worth of product to auctions benefitting community causes each year.

2nd Place: Petco

petco.com

3rd Place: PetSmart

petsmart.com

Top Dog - Shelters - Large

Winner: Oregon Humane Society  

Sharon Harmon, Exec. Director

1067 NE Columbia Blvd Portland

503-285-7722 • OregonHumane.org   |   Est. 1868

Philosophy/Mission:  To foster an environment of respect, responsibility and compassion for all animals through education, legislation and leadership. To care for the homeless, to defend the abused, and to fight with unrelenting diligence for recognition of the integrity of all animals.

Claim to Fame/Signature Service:  Established in 1868, OHS is the largest and oldest humane society in the Pacific Northwest. OHS is not affiliated with any other humane society, and relies entirely on private donations for everything they do. OHS found homes for 11,614 pets last year, has a save rate of 97%, investigated over 1,100 animal cruelty complaints, and 12,138 surgeries were performed in the OHS Medical Center (mostly spays and neuters), and presented humane education programs to over 10,000 Oregon youths.

Community Involvement, Special Notes: The Oregon Humane Society is a founding partner in ASAP (Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland). In the past nine years, ASAP has reduced euthanasia in Portland’s shelters by 89% and now saves over 94% of cats and dogs — making our community one of the safest for pets in the nation. A true Petopia!

2nd Place: Multnomah County Animal Services

1700 W Historic Columbia River Hwy Troutdale • 503-988-7387 • multcopets.org

3rd Place: Greenhill Humane Society

541-689-1503 • green-hill.org

Top Dog - Training/Behavior Services Company

Winner: Sit Means Sit Dog Training  

9425 SW Commerce Circle Unit 18B Wilsonville OR

503-395-4364 • portland.sitmeanssit.com   |   Est. 2009

Mission:  The most important thing to the trainers at Sit Means Sit Dog Training is happiness for everybody — dogs and owners alike. Owning a dog that struggles with aggression or constantly bounces off the walls can take away from everyone’s quality of life, but that’s what the team at Sit Means Sit works so hard to improve. Through specialized board-and-train options that meet each dog’s unique needs, Sit Means Sit’s devoted dog trainers use attention-based training techniques for best results. The trainers also utilize one-on-one in-home lessons to help dogs and their owners through real-life challenges to gain success. SMS specializes in behavioral challenges such as aggression toward people and dogs, separation anxiety, fear and submission issues, leash reactivity, and high-energy puppies. Each dog that goes through the training program has the opportunity to attend myriad group classes for the rest of their lives, including classes in highly-distracting environments as well as classes that focus on tricks, agility and AKC Rally.

Claim to fame:  Through free consultations, SMS designs a program to fit each dog and owner’s goals. Our unique lifetime warranty allows trainers to build a lifetime relationship with their clients and offers seven-day-a-week support from knowledgeable staff. There’s no dog SMS can’t train, from a 150-pound Mastiff to a 5-pound Pomeranian. Some of the most amazing transformations have come from rescue dogs given a second chance through the SMS training program.

2nd Place: Wonder Puppy

1500 NW 18th Ave Suite 117 Portland • 503-224-1191 • wonder-puppy.com

3rd Place: Oregon Humane Society

1067 NE Columbia Blvd Portland • 503-285-7722 • oregonhumane.org

Top Dog - Training - Individual

Winner: Bobby Woodman Sit Means Sit  

By a landslide!

9425 SW Commerce Circle Unit 18B
Wilsonville OR

503-395-4364 • portland.sitmeanssit.com   |   Est. 2009

Mission:  The most important thing to the trainers at Sit Means Sit Dog Training is happiness for everybody — dogs and owners alike. Owning a dog that struggles with aggression or constantly bounces off the walls can take away from everyone’s quality of life, but that’s what the team at Sit Means Sit works so hard to improve. Through specialized board-and-train options that meet each dog’s unique needs, Sit Means Sit’s devoted dog trainers use attention-based training techniques for best results. The trainers also utilize one-on-one in-home lessons to help dogs and their owners through real-life challenges to gain success. SMS specializes in behavioral challenges such as aggression toward people and dogs, separation anxiety, fear and submission issues, leash reactivity, and high-energy puppies. Each dog that goes through the training program has the opportunity to attend myriad group classes for the rest of their lives, including classes in highly-distracting environments as well as classes that focus on tricks, agility and AKC Rally.

Claim to fame:  Through free consultations, SMS designs a program to fit each dog and owner’s goals. Our unique lifetime warranty allows trainers to build a lifetime relationship with their clients and offers seven-day-a-week support from knowledgeable staff. There’s no dog SMS can’t train, from a 150-pound Mastiff to a 5-pound Pomeranian. Some of the most amazing transformations have come from rescue dogs given a second chance through the SMS training program.   

2nd Place: Katrin Greim, Plucky Puppy

Portland • 503-719-7973 • pluckypuppy.com

3rd Place: Danna Nieto, Wonder Puppy

1500 NW 18th Ave Suite 117 Portland • 503-224-1191 • wonder-puppy.com

Top Dog - Cat-Medical

Winner: At Home Veterinary Services  

Proprietor: Louise Mesher DVM & Ryan DesJardins

5775 Jean Rd #105 Lake Oswego

503-281-1631 • dvm@pdxhomevet.com
pdxhomevet.com   |    Est. 2008

Philosophy/Mission:  Cats are generally most comfortable at home in their familiar surroundings, and many don’t care to travel or be placed in a carrier. At Home Veterinary Services provides personal and cooperative veterinary care to cats of all ages with an emphasis on senior pets and those living with chronic medical conditions such as kidney disease, diabetes, arthritis and other conditions that often need long-term management.

Signature Service:  We offer many services to help your cat maintain their quality of life, and we are passionate about tailoring a unique plan for you and your cat that maintains your special bond. In addition to traditional veterinary medicine, in-home x-rays and laboratory diagnostics, we offer pain control and comfort options through palliative and hospice care, acupuncture, laser therapy, and other treatments to help your cat live the life they deserve.

Community Involvement:  At Home Veterinary Services is proud to sponsor the Halo Pet Support Group (petsupportgroup.com), a community service for metro area residents that meets monthly, bringing together people facing the often enormous challenges associated with caring for an older pet or a pet dealing with a chronic or terminal disease.

2nd Place: Heartfelt Veterinary Hospital

1127 NE Broadway St Portland • 503-765-1210 • heartfeltvet.com

3rd Place: Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital

14831 SW Teal Blvd Beaverton • 503-579-3300 • murrayhillvethospital.com

Top Dog - Emergency Veterinary Hospital

Winner: DoveLewis     

By a Landslide!

1945 NW Pettygrove Street Portland

503-228-7281 • contact@dovelewis.org

dovelewis.org   |   Est. 1973

Philosophy/Mission:  To provide the best emergency and critical care for companion animals, and to support veterinary professionals and the animal-loving community. 

Signature Service:  DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital is the only nonprofit 24-hour veterinary emergency, critical care and specialty service hospital in the region. DoveLewis provides the highest level of excellence in veterinary medicine 365 days a year in a state-of-the-art facility and is an accredited teaching hospital. With more than 40 years of service to the community, DoveLewis has treated over 500,000 animals.

Community Involvement:   As a local nonprofit organization, DoveLewis provides many vital programs and services to the community, including stabilizing care for lost, stray, wild and abused animals, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit volunteer-based animal blood banks, a nationally recognized pet loss support program, animal-assisted therapy, and financial assistance for low-income families facing a pet emergency.

2nd Place: VCA NW Veterinary Specialists

16756 SE 82nd Dr Clackamas • 503-656-3999 • vcaspecialtyvets.com

3rd Place: Heartfelt Veterinary Hospital

1127 NE Broadway St Portland • 503-765-1210 • heartfeltvet.com

Top Dog - End of Life Services

Winner: At Home Veterinary Services  

Proprietor: Louise Mesher DVM & Ryan DesJardins

5775 Jean Rd #105 Lake Oswego

503-281-1631 • dvm@pdxhomevet.com
pdxhomevet.com   |   Est. 2008

Philosophy/Mission:  At Home Veterinary Services’ experienced and compassionate veterinarians provide end of life care in the familiar surroundings of your home, seven days a week. Quality of Life Assessments are available if you are wondering if your pet’s quality of life may be improved or are unsure whether it is time to consider euthanasia. When appropriate, we also provide ongoing supportive services and pain management through palliative and hospice care in the time leading up to saying goodbye to your companion.

Signature Service:  The focus of our practice is on maximizing pets’ quality of life through medical and supportive services and, when the time is right, providing a peaceful passing at home.  

Community Involvement:  At Home Veterinary Services is proud to sponsor the Halo Pet Support Group (petsupportgroup.com), a free community service for Portland metro area residents that meets monthly, bringing together people who are facing the often enormous challenges associated with caring for an older pet or a pet dealing with chronic or terminal disease. The group allows people experiencing the anticipatory grief and complex emotions that arise when caring for terminally ill or very aged pets, to meet with others facing similar issues.

2nd Place: Compassionate Care

503-880-1172 • drlorigibson.com

3rd Place: Lap of Love

lapoflove.com

Top Dog - Exotic-Medical

Winner: Southwest Animal Hospital

Owner: Mark Burgess DVM

2425 SW Cedar Hills Blvd Beaverton • 503-643-2137

burgess@swanimalhospital.net

SWAnimalHospital.net

Philosophy/Mission:  The SW Animal Hospital team believes in providing high-quality medical and surgical care for their patients, emphasizing client education and preventative medicine, to promote the health and well-being of exotic pet species. They continue to learn as they treat patients, investigating and discovering new diseases whenever possible and writing/lecturing about exotic pets in order to further the knowledge of their husbandry and diseases for the benefit of the profession at large.

Claim to Fame/Signature Service:  Dr. Burgess has worked primarily with exotic pet species for 29 years, and has lectured at national and international veterinary conferences, discussing exotic species medicine and surgery. He has also written articles in medical journals, and contributed chapters on exotic species in medical textbooks. In the course of treating his patients, he has discovered a number of important diseases in exotic species, especially in the pet ferret. 

Community Involvement:   Dr. Burgess has frequently donated his time to lecture at local schools and humane society events, educating the public on exotic pet care and discussing veterinary medicine in general. 

2nd Place: Avian and Exotic Veterinary Care

7826 NE Sandy Blvd Portland • 503-361-2209 • avianexoticvetcare.com

3rd Place: Avian Medical Center

15952 Quarry Rd Lake Oswego • 503-635-5672 • avianmedicalcenter.net

Top Dog - Holistic Practitioner

By a Landslide!

Proprietor: Rubi Sullivan

Serving in-home and at
multiple local businesses

503-380-4487 •  info@ healnw.com
healnw.com   |   Est. 2006

Philosophy/Mission:  To provide Portland-area pets with the best lifelong health and wellbeing possible through massage therapy. Heal specializes in rehabilitation (from surgery or injury), geriatric, hospice and cancer patients, but happily works with other populations. 

Signature Service:  Mobile animal massage service working closely with your veterinarian/s to provide the most comprehensive care possible. Each animal is unique, and catering to their specific needs is very important to Heal. We also offer local “Dog Massage for Owners” classes. The Heal team says, “THANK YOU to all of our wonderful clients… past, present and future… we couldn’t have done it without you. We appreciate you so very much!”

Community Involvement:   Heal strives to help as many nonprofits as possible, including: Galapagos Preservation Society, shelters and rescues throughout the region, New Avenues For Youth, Fences For Fido, Siberians Needing Owners, Pongo Fund, and many more. Heal was invited to co-present for Animal Community Talks, and is proud to instruct with the NW School of Animal Massage. Heal is also proud to be highlighted in the Oprah Magazine and Oprah Blog.

2nd Place: Balanced By Nature - Heather Macfarlane

503-309-6673 • balancedbynaturepdx.com

3rd Place: Animal Healing Arts - Dr. Keith Weingardt

3575 NE Broadway St Portland
503-719-4088 • ahapdx.com

Top Dog - Home/Mobile Vet Services

Winner: At Home Veterinary Services  

Proprietor: Louise Mesher DVM & Ryan DesJardins

5775 Jean Rd #105 Lake Oswego

503-281-1631 • dvm@pdxhomevet.com
pdxhomevet.com   |    Est. 2008

Philosophy/Mission:  We believe pets are most comfortable at home in their familiar surroundings.  At Home Veterinary Services provides personal and cooperative veterinary care to pets of all ages with an emphasis on maintaining the highest quality of life possible, especially for older pets and those with chronic medical issues.

Signature Service:  We offer many services to help maintain your pet’s quality of life. In addition to traditional veterinary medicine, in-home x-rays and laboratory diagnostics, we also offer pain control and comfort options through palliative and hospice care, acupuncture, laser therapy, and — coming very soon — rehabilitation services.  All of our services are provided in your home.

Community Involvement:  At Home Veterinary Services is proud to sponsor the Halo Pet Support Group (petsupportgroup.com), a free community service for metro area residents. Halo meets monthly, bringing together people facing the often enormous challenges associated with caring for an older pet or pet dealing with chronic or terminal disease.

2nd Place: Holistic Housecall Vet Services - Dr Lisa Hoberg

Portland • 503-239-5670 • holistichousecallvetservice.weebly.com

3rd Place: PNW Visiting Vet Mobile Veterinary Care

Portland/Vancouver • 971-712-4974 • pnwvisitingvet.com

Top Dog - Rehab/Sports Medicine

Winner: Paws Aquatics

Proprietor: Diane Kunkle CVT CCRP

12897 SW Vernie Ave Milwaukie • 971-244-2227

pawsaquatics.com | Est. 2009

Winner: PAWS Rehab (Paws Aquatics Water Sports & Rehab)

Proprietors: Diane Kunkle CVT CCRP and Julie Thomas PhD

1800 NE 25th Ave Suite 17 Hillsboro • 503-640-4007

pawsrehab.net | Est. 2015

Philosophy/Mission:  Our mission is twofold: our first focus is to utilize the latest advancements in canine swim rehabilitation, striving to help with a speedy recovery from injury or accident, reduce pain and increase mobility.  Our second focus is to provide a variety of canine swimming options for exercise and fun. We are committed to providing affordable quality services to our clients while contributing to overall health and well-being.  Our combination of unique and compassionate services allows us to help maximize the dog’s performance, and improve the quality and longevity of his/her life.

Claim to fame:  The pool at PAWS Aquatics is used primarily for therapy and recreational swimming. PAWS Rehab has become the most comprehensive canine aquatic center in the Northwest, with an Underwater Treadmill, two pools for therapy, exercise and fun, and a therapeutic exercise area. PAWS Rehab is one of three indoor dock diving training and competition facilities in the US.  Our clients have said, “This is much better than Christmas!”

Community Involvement:   We actively support organizations such as Chase Away K9 Cancer and Golden Bond Rescue. PAWS Rehab is a member of the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce. Swim sessions are donated for the Hillsboro Police Dept K9 Unit. Our pools are also used for Water Rescue training of Newfoundlands and Portuguese Water Dogs, and canine sports teams such as Agility, Flyball and Nose Work.  

2nd Place: Back on Track

9045 SW Barbur Blvd Suite 130 Portland • 503-546-8995 • backontrackvetrehab.com

3rd Place: Heartfelt Veterinary Hospital

1127 NE Broadway St Portland • 503-765-1210 • heartfeltvet.com

Top Dog - Specialty Veterinary Hospital

11140 SW 68th Pkwy Tigard 97223

503-684-1800• cvrc@cascadevrc.com

cascadevrc.com   |   Est. 2006

Philosophy/Mission:  CVCR’s mission is to provide exceptional veterinary care to the NW community with respect, compassion and integrity. 

Claim to Fame/ Signature Service:  Quality, compassionate care for Pets and their people. CVRC’s 9600 sq. ft. state-of-the-art veterinary hospital is staffed by a highly-skilled team of veterinarians, technicians and client care coordinators committed to high-quality care for you and your pet. On-site equipment includes CT, digital radiology, ultrasound and a range of endoscopic equipment. CVRC’s skilled specialists, technicians, and staff provide compassionate care with a team approach to being your pet’s advocate, ensuring the best possible outcome for your pet. Certified veterinary technicians are dedicated to each specialty department, and treatment technicians work closely with pets while hospitalized. 24-hour nursing care is available Mon-Fri.

Community Involvement, Special Notes:   CVRC supports animal welfare in the Northwest by sponsoring fundraisers and conducting food and supply drives for animals and people. CVRC Founder Richard Howard studied under the legendary late Dr. Barclay Slocum and was the first licensed surgeon to perform the TPLO procedure in 1994. In support of continuing education, CVRC hosts the annual Fall Harvest Conference for veterinary doctors and technicians.  

2nd Place: VCA NW Veterinary Specialists

16756 SE 82nd Dr Clackamas • 503-656-3999 • vcaspecialtyvets.com

3rd Place: Columbia River Veterinary Specialists (CRVS)

6607 NE 84th St #109 Vancouver • 360-694-3007 • columbiarivervetspecialists.com

Top Dog - Veterinarian

1250 NW 10th Ave Portland • 503-954-3393
pearlanimalhospital.com

Philosophy/Mission:  Practicing at a small, locally-owned veterinary clinic enables Courtney and her team to offer treatment options tailored to the specific needs and circumstances of each patient and owner. Owners know their pets best, and by working together, they can help pets live the longest, happiest, and healthiest lives possible. Our motto is hearts that care, hands that heal.

Claim to Fame/Signature Service:  “It is a tremendous honor to be chosen as Spot’s Top Veterinarian,” says Courtney.  “I believe in building genuine relationships with my patients and clients. I am committed to continuing education in order to provide the best veterinary care with the latest techniques and equipment. I am a general practitioner for dogs and cats, and I am especially passionate about dentistry, cats, senior medicine, and wellness.”

Community Involvement:  Courtney Anders has been a Veterinarian for over a decade in Portland, which she calls one of the greatest cities in the world for its love of animals, people, art, and the environment. Courtney enjoys attending local pet events in Portland, such as Dogtoberfest. She serves as a board member at the nonprofit DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital, is an active member of the Portland Veterinary Medical Association, and has volunteered with the Feral Cat Coalition and PAW Team.

2nd Place: Thomas Mackowiak- Heartfelt Veterinary Hospital

1127 NE Broadway St Portland • 503-765-1210 • heartfeltvet.com

3rd Place: Mark Norman - Bethany Family Pet Clinic

15166 NW Central Dr Portland • 503-614-9061 • bethanyfamilypetclinic.com

Top Dog - Veterinary Practice

Winner: Heartfelt Veterinary Hospital  

Proprietor:  Thomas Mackowiak DVM Medical Director

1127 NE Broadway Street Portland

503-765-1210 • info@heartfeltvet.com

heartfeltvet.com   |   Est. 2014

Our Mission:  At Heartfelt Veterinary Hospital, we bring pets into our homes … and into our hearts, where they immediately become family. Because that’s what pets are to us: Family.

We will always treat your pets as you would, as if they were our own. That is our Mission and our simple, guiding truth. It is the reason for Heartfelt.

We promise to:

• Care for your pets with every ounce of our hearts, experience,
   skill and imagination

• Treat each and every pet as the unique individual they are. With
   the tailored care that’s best for them

• Always involve our pet parents in all aspects of the care of their beloved
   four-legged family members To explain, advise, listen and comfort

Claim to Fame/ Signature Service:  Convenient Affordable PetCare Plans — Preventive Care. Sometimes family funds and pet care needs don’t align. We believe pet care should be on your terms, so we have several options from which to choose.

Community Involvement, Special Notes:   Heartfelt takes part in many events throughout the Portland Metro area, including Doggie Dash by OHS, Co-Hosts annual “NE Portland Pawty”, Walk/Run for the Animals Benefiting Humane Society For SW Washington, and other neighborhood parades and events.

2nd Place: Pearl Animal Hospital

1250 NW 10th Ave Portland • 503-954-3393 • pearlanimalhospital.com

3rd Place: Bethany Family Pet Clinic

15166 NW Central Dr Portland • 503-614-9061 • bethanyfamilypetclinic.com