CPCA combines the high quality care of a full service veterinary hospital with the convenience of a walk-in clinic, at affordable prices. Our dedicated staff will treat your pet with the same love and attention we give our own. We offer an in-house pharmacy, lab, radiology and emergency services, and will work with you to create an effective treatment plan for your pet.

Wellness Care

New and older pets usually require more attention and care. To help you meet these needs we offer long-term Wellness Packages for puppies, kittens, and senior cats and dogs. Purchasing a package will save you an average of 20% off the cost of purchasing each item/treatment separately. Packages for puppies and kittens include:

  • Annual wellness exam
  • All core vaccines (Rabies/DHLPPVC/Bordetella/Porphyromonas for dogs; Rabies/FVRCP/FeLV for cats)
  • Microchipping
  • Intestinal parasite screening and broad-spectrum dewormer
  • 1 month dose of flea control
  • 1 bag puppy/kitten food
  • Information on care and training for your new pet
Packages for senior pets include:
  • Annual wellness exam
  • Blood chemistry panel and complete blood count (CBC)
  • Urine Analysis
  • Blood thyroid level test
  • FeLV/FIV test (cats only)
  • Intestinal parasite screening
Call us at (503) 690-1939 to discuss pricing and make an appointment.


We have facilities to board cats and dogs under 30lbs. Boarding your pet with us means they will be under the caring supervision of a trained veterinary staff you know and trust. Boarding animals are fed Hill's Science Diets, or you are welcome to bring your pet's preferred food. All boarding animals must have up-to-date flea control and core vaccinations.

Dental Care

Oral disease is the No. 1 health problem in pets. 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of periodontal disease by age 3. The best way to protect your pet from periodontal disease is by beginning a preventative dental care program now and maintaining it throughout your pet's life. Such a program consists of regular oral exams by your vet, in-clinic dental cleanings when needed, and a home routine that includes regular brushing and a balanced diet. For dogs, a porphyromonas vaccine is also recommended. Remember that February is Dental Month: all dental cleanings in February are always discounted 10%.

Endoscopy in Small Animal Practice

There are a wide variety of clinical applications for endoscopy in a small animal veterinary hospital. At the Aloha Companion Pet Clinic we are please to have both a rigid oto-endoscope and a flexible fiber optic endoscope available to aide in diagnosing and treating our patients. Some of the many services we offer with our flexible endoscope include examination of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract including the esophagus, stomach, and portions of the small intestines and the colon. This allows for identification of ulceration, inflammation, polyps, cancerous growths and foreign materials for biopsy or removal. Our rigid endoscope allows examination of the eardrum and ear canal for diagnosis and treatment of growths, infection and foreign material. We also use our rigid endoscope to document disease and its treatment or progression by capturing video or still images.

Laboratory Services

We are equipped with an in-house lab offering a variety of services including complete blood count (CBC), chemistry panel, FeLV/FIV test, fungal cultures, intestinal parasite exam, urinalysis, ear stain and cytology, skin scraping, and many others. We also utilize the services of some specialized labs for certain diagnostic procedures.


Our in-house pharmacy makes it easy for you to pick up your pet's medications when you come in for an exam or surgery check-out. Some of our treatment products include pain management medications, antibiotics, antiseptic wound care, deworming medications, eye ointments and ear flushes, as well as preventative treatments including dental hygiene products and grooming aids.

Surgery Services

For spay/neuter and other routine procedures, we highly recommend a pre-anesthetic blood panel to ensure your pet is healthy enough to safely undergo anesthesia. If your pet is older than 7yrs, a blood panel and I.V. fluids will often be required. Although pain medications are optional for some procedures, if you imagine undergoing surgery yourself, we're sure you'll agree that pain medication is a very nice thing to have! Dogs and cats suffer from pain just as humans do, and effective pain management promotes a faster, less stressful recovery, with fewer complications.

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