Ancient Wisdom, Advanced Technology

Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Holistic Medicine,

Surgery, Dentistry,

Digital radiography and ultrasound

Endoscopy-flexible and rigid


Full Service-all aspects of animal health care

Mixed-we care for pets, horses and family livestock

Blended-Holistic and conventional care including

Gene Koo Kang, DVM
OAKLAND Veterinarian | Oakland Vet Hospital | (541) 459-1854

204 NE 1ST ST
OAKLAND, OR 97462

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Oakland Vet Hospital

Monday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Gene Koo Kang
    DVM
    Gene grew up in East Los Angeles and joined the US Army in 1989. He served 7 years as a medic, including duty in Northern Iraq in 1991, and at Walter Reed Army Medical Center-Emergency Room in Washington DC. He graduated from Colorado State University-Veterinary Medicine in 2009 before coming to Roseburg and Douglas County.

  • Crista
    Vet Tech
    Crista came to us from the zoo keeping world. Prior to joining our team, she worked with primates at the San Diego Zoo and was the supervisor of the walk-through village at Wildlife Safari. She is married and has one daughter, Delilah, and two dogs, Jaxson and Toby.
  • Aubrey
    Vet Tech

    Aubrey is working toward her Veterinary Technician Certification. She has a daughter Kaylea, and a dog, Grace. On Aubrey’s second day, Grace was brought in after being accidentally dragged by a truck. Aubrey agreed to foster her, but fell in love and adopted her shortly after. You can read Grace’s story on our facebook page or come in and meet her at the office!

  • Haley
    Vet Tech
    Haley helps us take the best of care of your critters and keeps our clinic looking its best. Haley grew up in Winston, loves reading poetry, and hiking with her lab Fitz.

  • Gaya
    Truck Dog, Fun Police
    Gaya is named after the Korean folk instrument called Gayageum. She has a soul piercing bark, and comes un-freaking-glued over her squeeky toys.
  • Grace
    Special Needs Dog, kitty buddy
    Grace has been one of our inspirations. Even after being badly she was hurt after being dragged behind a truck for several hundred yards, she is still filled with fun and love. She is great at making friends with kitties, and bouncing to greet people at the door.

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Surprised and impressed... My baby feels much better!"
    Luanna Rowland
  • "They were so compassionate and understanding when we had to say goodbye to our boy, I will forever be grateful."
    Shanna McMahan
  • "Dr. Kang is the best vet ever! Pennie is treated with so much gentleness, yet effectively."
    Christie Ortega Stafford

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