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As your Pet Hospital in Abbotsford, BC We can be found at 15-35060 Clayburn Rd. Please call 604 853 4411 to schedule an appointment!read more
I think my pet ate something that’s making him/her sick, and he/she has lost consciousness/is having seizures/trouble breathing. What should I do?
During normal business hours, bring your pet in immediately. Call us right before you leave or while you’re on your way to help us prepare for the situation. If your pet gets sick outside our normal hours, take your pet immediately to an emergency veterinary clinic.read more
What precautions/measures do you take so my pet doesn’t feel pain related to surgery/injury/infection/chronic disease?
At [Business Name] in [Location] your pet’s comfort is a priority for us. Using our knowledge of pain medication and pain relief strategies, we do everything we can to prevent and manage your pet’s pain under all circumstances. We will tailor a pain management plan to...read more
I’m worried about my pet’s upcoming surgical procedure. What do you do to help ensure your patients’ safety during surgery?
We perform a physical exam and preanesthetic testing before surgery and monitor your pet during surgery. During the procedure, a veterinary technician will continually assess your pet’s heart and respiratory rate, blood pressure, and other vital signs to help prevent...read more
We make every effort to accommodate our clients’ requests. However, there may be circumstances that prevent a certain veterinary team member from being available during your pet’s visit. Scheduling conflicts, emergency situations, and vacation schedules all play a...read more
Unfortunately, we can’t offer refunds for veterinary care. Our fees cover the cost of examining, testing, diagnosing, and treating your pet. Not all health problems have a straightforward solution. Some may be chronic, requiring a long-term management plan; others may...read more
If you are a client of our clinic, you can obtain your password by calling our clinic directly at 604 853 4411 or by e-mailing email@example.com. Our staff will confirm your association as a client and provide you with the password.read more
I’ve decided it’s time to let my pet go, but he/she is uncomfortable and can’t move very well, and I would really prefer to not drag him/her to the hospital. Can you come to my house?
If you would like to have a veterinarian come to your home, we can certainly accommodate your request. Please call to schedule an appointment. We also offer counseling if you want to discuss your decision or have any questions about the process.read more
To make an appointment with our animal hospital please call 604 853 4411 to book a convenient appointment time, or use our online appointment scheduler to request a date and time.read more
[Version 1:] Yes, our [Animal Hospital / Veterinary Hospital] does perform at home euthanasia for clients in [Location]. If you would prefer to have a veterinarian come to your home, please call to schedule an appointment. We also offer counseling if you want to...read more
Your puppy’s early months are an impressionable period in his or her life, and the right training can make all the difference in your lifelong relationship with your dog. The goal of our puppy classes is to teach basic manners, encourage good behaviour, prevent...read more
To ensure a proper diagnosis, we often need to examine your pet. We begin a medical assessment by looking at your pet’s eyes, ears, and skin and checking his or her cardiovascular, neurological, gastrointestinal, and skeletal systems for any abnormalities. We will...read more
Our team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians provides many services at our clinic, ranging from routine to advanced procedures. Although we handle the majority of your pet’s medical and surgical needs in-house, we occasionally refer patients to veterinary...read more
Although heart problems are found more often in older pets, these conditions can affect pets at any age. Heart disease is usually a life-threatening condition, but early diagnosis and appropriate therapy can extend your pet’s life. If caught soon enough, some forms of...read more