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Why Vaccinate Your Pet with Us

We choose the right vaccine for your pet based on all the facts such as: age, breed, health, environment, lifestyle, traveling habits, and environmental conditions. Our vaccination protocols are based on AAHA and AAFP standards, which means your pet is getting the best treatment at the highest criteria.

For older pets, we will do a Titer test. This test determines whether antibodies necessary to fight bacteria or viruses, are already in your pet’s bloodstream, and if so, vaccination may not be needed. Based upon this test, we’ll carefully select only the vaccines your pet needs to continue enjoying life.

Basic vaccinations are invaluable for new pet owners. Young, unprotected pets, can be exposed to diseases with death rates as high as 60 to 80 percent. Avoid this risk and ensure your pet’s future is a healthy one. You’re investing in your happiness.

Young dogs and cats need vaccinations to produce antibodies to fight against disease. Puppies should receive basic vaccines between 6 to 16 weeks of age and kittens should receive their first vaccines between 6 to 12 weeks of age.

Your veterinarian doctor will work personally with you to choose the right vaccination schedule for your pet. Protect your pet’s health today. Call our office at (604) 734-2500 or fill out our contact form to schedule an appointment. All of our vaccination appointments include a free physical exam.

– Ellie C.

“I brought in my 6-week old kitten for her first check up and vaccinations a couple of weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised by the experience. The staff were friendly. All of my concerns were addressed and all my questions were answered in depth. The prices were very reasonable.”


– Louisa D. 

“I’m so glad that this is our neighbourhood vet! Our cat disappeared and was found with a broken leg. We took him here and the surgery was arranged. The staff and doctors are all very friendly and kind. We’ve even had calls at home to check and see how he’s recovering.”