Glaucoma is typically a disease affecting middle- age to older pets. The symptoms can be very insidious in that they may not be noticeable at first, but eventually you may see a red eye or a dila ...View Article
Welcome to Four Corners Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Salem, OR
Call us at 503-399-1363
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Our goal is to treat our clients as we would treat our families, and to treat our clients' pets as though they were our own. You and your pet are the heart of our practice and the reason we are here. Four Corners Animal Hospital is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients.
With your pet's comfort and safety in mind, we offer advanced procedures to help minimize the need for invasive surgery. We are a full-service veterinary hospital that seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical and dental care for our highly-valued patients. It is our hope that you will be completely satisfied with the personalized care of your pets, that you will continue as a part of our practice family, and that you will enjoy the long-lasting health of your pet.
Please call us at (503) 399-1363 if you have any questions, would like to schedule an appointment, or are currently in need of emergency care. Our professional and friendly staff members will be happy to assist you.
Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to meeting you soon. Dr. Anderson and her staff strive to remain at the forefront of veterinary care to provide your pets with the care they deserve.
FOUR CORNERS ANIMAL HOSPITAL strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Salem, OR and surrounding areas. Our clinic is conveniently located on the west side of Lancaster Drive, 1 block north of State street.
Shawnette Anderson, DVM Veterinarian | Four Corners Animal Hospital | 503-399-1363
159 Lancaster Dr NE
Salem, Oregon, 97301
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A fat cat may appear happy and provide visitors with a source of amusement, but feline obesity is certainly no laughing matter. Cats who carry excess weight have a heightened risk for diabetes, ca ...View Article
Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases throughout the world. Symptoms of Lyme disease in dogs include lameness, swollen joints and fever. However, since other diseases ca ...View Article
Dogs occasionally develop a red eye. The redness may be in the white of the eye, in the clear part of the eye called the cornea, or within the eyeball. There are many causes of a red eye, but all ...View Article
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