Central Oregon's only nationally accredited Veterinary Clinic
Bend may be a growing city, but our goal is to ensure each of our clients feels like they get the attention and respect of a small town clinic. At Alpine we pride ourselves on our personable and proactive approach.
Here are some other reasons you might choose to visit us:
Fear Free - Along with lots of treats, we use low stress handling techniques.
Whole life care - We approach each pet with long term quality of life in mind.
Pets are individuals - we offer a range of services specific to each of their lifestyles, not a cookie cutter approach.
We are Local - We know Bend and tailor your pets care accordingly.
Accreditation - By the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). We were inspected and certified, proving we follow the industries highest standards.
Office: (541) 382-8930
Fax :(541) 388-8329
354 NE Dekalb Ave Suite 200 Bend, OR 97701
M, W, F 830a–530p
Tu, Th 1130a-800p
Sa, Su Closed
Dr. Alan P. Kelley
DVM, Washington State University
Dr. Kelley was born in Lincoln Nebraska. He is a lifelong animal lover. His mother Twyla taught him how to care for all of the family pets over the years, helping several through illnesses. He credits her compassionate nature as a pediatric ICU nurse for his desire to engage in animal medicine.
After High School, Dr. Kelley followed the lead of his father John (Vietnam Veteran) and grandfather Everett (WWII Veteran), enlisting in the US Marines. He felt lucky to be stationed with 1st Radio Battalion in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. After 9/11, He deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom for a year. Upon being honorably discharged in 2003 he began pursuing a career in veterinary medicine.
Dr. Kelley is a board member of the Central Oregon Veterinary Medical Association and volunteers with organizations such as Bend Spay and neuter Project..
Around Bend, you might catch Dr. Kelley playing beach volleyball down at the Old Mill, competing in regional triathlons, riding Phil’s or carving some back country lines.
Dr. Kelley sincerely enjoys meeting pet owners and helping them positively engage in their animal’s care.
Patient Experience Lead
Kailyn became a licensed veterinary technician in 2012 and became Medical Director of Alpine Veterinary Clinic in the winter of 2017. Kailyn grew up in the flat desert of southeastern Washington and moved to Bend in 2016, which has so far been the best decision of her life! Kailyn loves to go on adventures with her dog Anna, her trustiest hiking partner. Anna loves to ride on the back of Kailyn's kayak and watch the world go by. Outside of dog-related activities, Kailyn enjoys dirt biking, creating art for her home, and traveling to the mountains and tropical places.
Client Experience Lead
Katherine is excited to be a part of the Alpine Vet Team. She has had a passion for animals and medicine for most of her life. She enjoys spending time with her dog Elmo adventuring around the Pacific Northwest and camping any chance she gets. On her days off in the winter you can catch her snowboarding up on the mountain or lounging to a great movie in front of the fireplace. In the warmer months she spends her time painting outside, hiking or visiting her family down south and on the coast..
Client Experience Specialist
Reya is really excited about being part of the veterinary field and has learned so much about caring for our pets. When she is not at the clinic, she loves to hike, camp, and swim with her heeler mix, Kaya. She also enjoys playing soccer, riding horses, and experiencing everything Bend has to offer. She moved here from Canby, OR and couldn’t be happier with the change! Reya graduated from Oregon State with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, and now gets to work with people and animals, a perfect fit. Go Beavs!
I've been running this clinic for about 10 years now. The staff here fluffs my bedding, grooms and feeds me adequately so I've allowed them to stay here as well. They are always running about helping other animals while I nap up on my bed, monitoring occasionally, to make sure things are running smoothly. Sometimes I spy on them hiding behind items on the shelf. I'll occasionally jump down and make my presence known when I want some scratches or to drink from the faucet. My job is very difficult, they are lucky to have me.