This summer, Scott and Delaney Davis will open Roseway Veterinary Hospital at 6920 N.E. Sandy Boulevard in the new Goodrich building. Restoration work on the former home of the Sieu Thi grocery in the Roseway neighborhood – by Paul Del Vecchio of Ethos Development and Josh Bean of Doug Bean & Associates – is nearly complete and should wrap up in July or August.
The veterinary hospital will occupy the western side of the building and the eastern half is anticipated to be leased to another healthcare provider in coming months. Off-street parking will be available for both businesses. The Davises have been working with CIDA architects and BNK Construction, who both have extensive experience designing and building veterinary hospitals.
“We are very passionate about providing owners with the most up-to-date information and the best possible care for their beloved pets,” said Delaney Davis. “We offer wellness exams, vaccines, dental care and surgery, spays, neuters and other veterinary surgery, hospitalization, and digital full-body and dental x-ray. We’ll have an isolation unit for pets with communicable conditions, separate waiting areas for cats and dogs, and a comfortable consultation room for sensitive situations.”
Dr. Scott Davis earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Oregon State University and has 16 years of veterinary experience, practicing in Oregon, Southern California and Chicago. He grew up with German shepherds and works well with dogs that are anxious or otherwise behaviorally challenged.
Delaney Davis will manage the new practice. She is a certified veterinary technician with ten years of experience and a degree in organismal biology from Portland State University. She has a long history of working with animals and volunteered with birds of prey and the animal studies team at the Oregon Zoo. In college, she completed an internship at Wildlife Safari, where she cared for large carnivores and assisted in raising a litter of cheetah cubs.
The couple has a new daughter, an eight-year-old pug and a 16-year-old cat. In their spare time, they enjoy traveling and outdoor activities. They have traveled to Mexico to spay, neuter and de-worm dogs and cats in impoverished communities and plan to take their daughter on one of these trips in the future.
“We love the neighborly, family feel of the Roseway neighborhood and the liveliness of the Hollywood area,” said Delaney Davis. “We are excited about growth in the area, and we have spent time over the past several months walking the neighborhood and visiting local businesses. I love pho and I’m thrilled with the many choices. Since Scott enjoys family runs, he really appreciates the walkability of the neighborhood and the proximity of Wellington and Glenhaven parks to the hospital.”
For more information, call 503-446-2450 or visit www.rosewayvet.com.