Welcome to the Oregon Veterinary Specialty Hospital
AN AAHA Accredited Hospital
Oregon Veterinary Specialty Hospital has been serving the community since 1979. Drs. Steven F. Skinner (Neurology, Neurosurgery) and Robert T. Franklin (Internal medicine.)
We welcome referrals from veterinarians all over the Pacific Northwest. Our goal is to help your pet regain health and live a long and happy life.
Treatment and services include:
• Internal Medicine
• CT imaging
• Theraputic Laser Treatment
Both doctors are board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will be happy to answer your questions about our care and services.
Call today to schedule an appointment.
Phone: (503) 292-3001
Fax: (503) 292-6808
M-F: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
SAT/SUN: Available for emergencies at the following facilities:
Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin (503) 691-7922 or
Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital (503) 228-7281
9339 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy, Beaverton, OR 97005.
Thank you Dr. Franklin by GSW
I had a very difficult loss this November with the loss of my beloved cat, Tuxie. She meant the world to me. I was referred to Dr. Franklin because the emergency clinic could not diagnose what was wrong with my cat. Dr. Franklin and his staff were accomodating, kind, and provided excellent care to my cat. Even though my cat died due to unforseen circumstances, I feel that she received top-notch quality care from Dr. Franklin. You can also tell he really loves animals and is genuinely concerned about your pet. Thank you Dr. Franklin for all your help and I highly recommend Dr. Franklin and his clinic to anyone with pets who need medical treatment.
Dr. Skinner Is Excellent by Konni62
I have been taking my French Bulldog here for two years now. Dr. Skinner is the best when it comes to neurological treament for your pet. Dr. Skinner also works at Dove Lewis, the man knows his stuff. My frenchie has GME disease and with Dr. Skinner’s help and approach along with three other vets, we are managing his diease. This is a very nasty and vicious disease. raging on the animals brain and legs etc.. Dr. Skinner also is open to Eastern medicine to help treat your pet. He is not closed minded like many vets. Eastern medicine has it place with Western medicine. The two can work nicely together. Dr. Skinner and his staff are very nice and they approach your pet as if it was their own. Highly recommend, this place and their team.
Best specialty care in Portland by karen
Unfortunately, my dog and I have had to see many specialists for numerous issues over the years. I credit Dr. Bob Franklin’s excellent care (for several years) for giving my dog a long, happy life, despite many medical problems. The best part was seeing him get down on the exam room floor and play with her.
Dr. Skinner- Wonderful Veterinarian! by Mizzen
Our now 13 year old Siberian Husky began having seizures when she was 3. They developed into focal point seizures at 5 and we began seeing Dr. Skinner. He is the most wonderful vet we’ve ever been to. Our Sib doesn’t like people much and dislikes most vets intensely. She loves him. He listens to clients and works with you. He’s more than open to you experimenting with medication, doing things that work with your dog. If you’re referred to him via your Vet, it’s more than likely due to some horrible problem neurologically. Please go to his office knowing that you and your dog or cat will be loved and taken care of more than you’d ever believe. Dr. Skinner is the real thing!