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Veterinarians

William-Young

William Young, DVM

Dr. Young earned his B.S and DVM from Colorado State University. He came to Oregon for a change of scenery and has been serving the community of Eugene for over 40 years. He is married to his beautiful wife Diana, they have 2 sons, 5 grandchildren, a Shi-Tzu (Sunny), and he loves to spend his time in the outdoors. Dr. Young has served on board for the Greenhill Humane Society since 1970 and recently received the 2014 Meritorious Service Award, (presented to a veterinarian who has generously contributed time and energy for the advancement of the profession and community). He enjoys the interaction of practice with our clients and our co-workers and he strives to meet the challenge of providing an exceptional experience for our patients and their owners.

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Hans Larsen, DVM

Dr. Larsen grew up in the local area on a small farm. His interest in veterinary medicine started early during his years participating in 4H raising and showing sheep. He completed his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 at Oregon State University and started his career as a mixed animal (both large/farm animal and small animal) practitioner. Eventually, Hans moved back toEugene to raise his kids and practice here at West Eugene Animal Hospital. Currently, his family enjoys the company of their cat (Chloe), dogs (Zuma and Tyson), and several goats, cows, chickens and pigs (Bob, Oscar, Giggles, Momma Cow… to name a few). The joy of veterinary medicine is working together with clients to find solutions that improve the health of their pets while enjoying the diversity of challenges in small animal practice.

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Craig Seyler, DVM

Dr. Seyler grew up in Salem, Oregon and has been in Oregon for most of his life. He graduated with a degree in Zoology at Oregon State University in 2006, and again in 2011 with a doctorate in veterinary medicine (DVM). He joined West Eugene Animal Hospital in the early spring of 2012 and couldn’t be happier! He enjoys helping pet owners get their pets well and keep them well. He has a passionate curiosity of understanding disease processes and how to use the best possible medicine to provide quality care. When he is not working he can be found recreating in Oregon’s beautiful mountains, streams, and coastline with his wife.

Dr-Powers

Dr. Powers, DVM

Dr. Powers was born and raised on the Oregon coast. She graduated with a degree in Biology from Oregon Tech, and then completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) at Oregon State University. She is passionate about preserving the special relationship between people and their pets and nothing excites her more than helping a sick pet become well and reuniting them with their family. Her and her husband, have three dogs, two Chihuahuas (Thelma and Louise) and mixed breed (Jackson). They love to travel, go hiking and camping along the coast. In her spare time at home, she enjoys gardening and doing crafts.

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Dr. Laura Hardy, DVM, CVFT

Originally from the city of Chicago, Dr. Laura Hardy graduated with a double major in Pre-veterinary medicine and Animal Sciences from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. She earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences in 2016. Upon graduation, she added a degree in Food Therapy at the esteemed Chi Institute in Florida. Laura has completed multiple internships ranging from small and large animal medicine, equine orthopedic surgery, zoological medicine, nutrition, and Wildlife rehabilitation. She joined the West Eugene Animal Hospital in January of 2017. Her specialties include Nutrition, Chiropractic Orthopedic Manipulation, Dermatology, and Geriatrics. Laura also has a strong passion for helping animals in need and currently is donating her time as the resident veterinarian at The Northwest Dog Project Rescue here in town. Laura currently lives in Eugene with her husband John, and their rescue dog Zona. She enjoys the Pacific Northwest and all it has to offer including hiking, running, biking and camping.

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by Jaleesa Mobley on EugeneVet.com

Both my dogs love the friendly and caring care they get when the see the doctor. They keep them feeling happy and healthy... view more

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Very Caring Staff

Whole staff very caring and loving. Very professional and going to make this our family veterinarian clinic for our girls... view more

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Tuesday 8AM-6PM
Wednesday 8AM-6PM
Thursday 8AM-6PM
Friday 8AM-6PM
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West Eugene Animal Hospital
1175 City View St
Eugene, Oregon 97402

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