- Animal Boarding
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Bird Vet
- Emergency Veterinary Clinic
- Equine Vet
- Exotic Animal Vet
- Holistic Veterinary Medicine
- Large Animal Vet
- Reptile Vet
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary House Calls
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
As part of our commitment to preventative health care our doctors offer free office visits to all pets on our annual wellness plan. This allows our doctors to ensure that your furry family members are always taken care of.
Dr. Lantz knew she wanted to help and care for animals since volunteering at a veterinary clinic at 10 years of age. She has always been fascinated with the unique species of the world including reptiles, birds, small furry critters, and fish - even the dangerous and the creepy-crawly! Dr. Lantz volunteers with the Humane Society and has been involved in her local veterinary association since graduating in 2004 with a DVM from Oregon State University. She is especially interested in exotic animal care. When not at work she spends time with her dog, two cats, two rats, a Sulcata tortoise, and a Bearded Dragon. She also enjoys hiking, backpacking, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and cheering on the Beavs at O.S.U. Football games.
Best Advice: "All species, hairy or hairless, two eyes or eight, legs or legless, tails or fins are here for a purpose and should be treated and cared for with the same love and respect. It is quality of life which matters most."
Growing up with all creatures great and small, Dr. Prince-Kelly started to think about a career in veterinary medicine at an early age. Watching the bond between pets and people, she knew veterinary medicine would allow her to help both pets and their owners. Since joining Ark Animal Hospital and Eastgate Veterinary Clinic in 2007, she has loved making people happy by caring for their pets. Dr. Prince-Kelly has a DVM from Oregon State University and special interests in pain management, dentistry, preventative health, and end-of-life care.
Best Advice: "Age is not a disease! There are many things that can help prolong your pet's life. Just ask about preventative health care at your next visit."
Dr. Rosenlicht grew up in northern California, then took a long and convoluted route to finally arrive in Corvallis. She received her degree as Dottoressa di Medicina Veterinaria from the Universita' di Perugia in Perugia, Italy. After graduating she completed the E.C.F.V.G. program (Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates) at Iowa State University. She and her husband moved first to Washington and then to California. During these years she worked as a small animal practitioner and as a shelter medical doctor. Her husband's education brought her and her family to Corvallis, which she loves. She spends her free time with her family and exploring MacDonald Forest. Her family consists of her son, two dogs, two wonderful cats, a guinea pig, and her husband. (He doesn't believe it, but the preceding list is not in order of importance....)
Best Advice: "Chi non vuole bene agli animali non vuole bene a essere umanni." (He who does not love animals does not love human beings.)