Pets in Fruit Valley

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Pet lovers congregate inside the Portland Metropolitan Expo Center’s 72,000-square-foot expanse for the 11th annual Northwest Pet and Companion Expo, featuring a weekend's worth of pet-centric exhibitions and more than 120 vendors. Now entering its second decade, the locally owned event entertains kids with face painting, bounce houses, and demonstrations by pet experts, while adults enjoy live entertainment and informational resources about adoption opportunities. Pets can accompany their owners through the fair's walk-through aviary and exotic animal display, and a truffle-dog tournament lets canines test their sniffing abilities in discerning pinot noir from chardonnay.

2060 N Marine Dr
Portland,
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We are a small animal hospital located in North Portland that caters to dogs and cats only! We take great pride in providing excellent care for your pets and educational tools for you as an owner!

1210 N Hayden Meadows Dr
Portland,
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Club K-9 welcomes well-socialized and evaluated dogs into a clean and spacious environment. Dogs can enjoy an overnight stay in social boarding, or large and small canines can cavort in separate areas during daycare under the supervision of a trained professional. After a full day of play, tired-out pups return to their owners. The center also offers group and private training, as well as bathing with all-natural shampoos and conditioners.

7427 N Curtis Ave
Portland,
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Established: 2002
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Most popular offering: Teaching calming behaviors to dogs
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Q&A with Victoria Rose, Owner

What sets your business apart from your competition?
I offer a money-back guarantee.

What was the inspiration for starting this business?
My passion for helping dogs

What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer?
A student said, "You get a lot of bang for your buck!"

What’s your favorite part about your job?
Helping dogs be better family members, and helping owners better understand their dogs' needs

Mobile
Portland,
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An avid lover of animals, Theresa Shire burst onto the pet-care scene as an adoption center and animal care supervisor for the Arizona Humane Society. Since then, Theresa's passion for raising playful, happy pets and pairing them with compatible owners has flourished at Dogstar—a one-stop shop for pets that has grown to include its own pet rescue and adoption center. After a complimentary assessment of temperament, Theresa and her staff welcome cats and dogs into daycare where positive-reinforcement techniques maintain harmony and an interest in the field of psychology among packs as they exercise and mingle. After daycare, the patient employees ease animals into overnight stays in pristine boarding digs. Pets boarded for five days or more strut into the salon for free grooming, which can include baths, manicures, or quality time with the Furminator. Onsite vet Laura Chang performs checkups and vaccinations while owners browse the boutique’s collection of dog supplies, toys, and foods from Natural Balance. From April to September, clients can spend extra time perusing nearby shops on First Thursdays—fun evenings full of wine, music, and work from local artists, much like a clambake in the Louvre.

1313 NW Kearney St
Portland,
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Non-profit dog daycare and boarding facility that also operates as a job training program for homeless, at-risk and disadvantaged youth.

1520 W Burnside St
Portland,
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