Miss Mary Amherst

Miss Mary Amherst

You may remember Mary from when we first posted about her in May. Mary was surrendered to our clinic and initially put up for adoption. Over the last few months however, Mary has really made herself at home here at Amherst. Since Mary is so comfortable in the clinic...
Camping Canines: Health Tips

Camping Canines: Health Tips

  This is the time of year where everyone in Vancouver is out and about, be it trekking around our vibrant city in search of excitement or forging into the wilderness. We want to share these adventures with everyone we love, including our dogs. However, it’s...
Theo and Collette

Theo and Collette

Meet Theo and Collette. Theo is a 3 year old miniature poodle and older brother to 5 month old Chihuahua Collette. We first met Theo last year when he came to board with us and stole our hearts. Theo loves to be around people, he is a little dog with a big...

5 Hidden Threats to Your Dog

As a Vancouver animal hospital it is us our goal to make sure the animals of our community are safe and healthy. One way we take action is by sharing information that educates pet owners about potential hazards and risks. Threats are not always obvious. In fact, many...

Vancouver Animal Hospital: Behavioural Changes

For pets undergoing treatment for moderate-to-severe behavioural problems, training alone is rarely enough to resolve an issue. It is a neurological fact that highly stressed animals cannot learn and respond to therapy as effectively as calmer, more rationally...
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