Harbor Lights Animal Hospital

1710 Virginia Avenue
North Bend, OR 97459



  Welcome to

~ Harbor Lights Animal Hospital ~

Our staff is committed to providing the highest quality care for all of our animal companions.

We employ the most up-to-date medical knowledge and procedures. We maintain consistent,  compassionate care for all patients and boarders.

We respect our clients' knowledge and needs fully, and we ask that you communicate openly with all of our staff members.  We also reach out to the community with programs for youth, tours, and continuing education for all ages.

To further nurture our integrity, we maintain an open-door policy at all times.

Thank You for participating in keeping your companion healthy and happy.



The good news about coronavirus is that it does not appear to affect dogs.  Cats make have a mild disease (non-life threatening, and at the current time, we don't believe they transmit the disease.  They do NOT believe that our pets will harbor or transmit Cov-19.

Other good news- we've been dealing with infectious, contagious disease on a daily basis for quite a while.  Rooms are thoroughly disinfected after each pet (and human).  Counters are wiped down with cleaners that are known to kill viruses and bacteria.  We've expanded this to include the door handles.  We encourage hand washing.

We will be open from 9 AM to 1 PM,  Monday to Friday.  We are accepting boarders who are established clients,  please call to reserve a spot for your cat or dog ahead of time,  vaccines Must be current.

**We require everyone entering to wear a mask,  and take a seat during your appointment.  We will work around you.  When you arrive please stay with your vehicle, we will come and get you.   Thanks for your cooperation.  We thoroughly disinfect between each appointment. 

If you have an emergency, please call 541-756-5156 or

Emergency Veterinary Hospital 541-746-0112

Thank you for your patience through this time.

On a personal note, these are the times when we demonstrate community.  Help one another.  If you are young and likely to be unaffected, step up and safely help those who may be affected more harshly.  Politics divide, humanity unites.  Let us all be friendly dogs (without the closeness).

Wearing masks protects the people around you.  Please wear masks, wash them daily, and wash your hands.   

Thank you for taking the time to read about our veterinary practice and the services we offer. Please contact us at (541)756-5156 for all your pet health care needs.