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Veterinary Diets

Veterinary Diets

Provide your pet with the foundation of health with a dietary plan customized just for them. We have a variety of options available when it comes to giving the very best to your pet to meet their dietary needs.

Veterinary Diets

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At Cypress Vet we want to make sure your pet’s dietary needs are fully met as this is one of the most effective ways to ensure your pet will have a long and happy life. We offer a variety of pet foods to meet your pet’s dietary needs and would be happy to discuss these options with you in order to get your pet on the best dietary plan possible.

Veterinary Diets Vancouver

Providing a solid dietary plan for your pet is critical when it comes to preventing a number of long-term health issues. In fact, providing a diet that meets your pets needs not only prevents a number of health care issues but also improves the quality of life your pet experiences. Proper nutrition is so important to your pet that this is something Cypress Vet does not take lightly. We are very thorough in making sure your pet has the exact nutrition that they need throughout their life.

Providing Your Pet with the Best Diet Possible in the Vancouver Area

First, we will meet with you and your pet in our Vancouver/Kitsilano location in order to discuss the special needs of your pet. We will then recommend a dietary plan that has been properly researched and is of only the best quality. From there we will carefully monitor your pet in order to ensure that their needs continue to be met and will make any necessary adjustments that come with age or other special circumstances.

We carry a wide variety of prescription pet foods so no matter what your pet’s dietary needs are we can provide you with a solution.

Some of the Prescription Pet Food We Provide

•    Purina
•    Hill’s Prescription Diet
•    Royal Canin

 About the Prescription Pet Foods Provided

Purina
Whether you have an overweight feline or canine or your pet has other special dietary needs, Purina has a number of options available for you. Purina has done extensive research to understand the unique digestion issues of both dogs and cats. They know the importance of proper nutrition and have created specialized formulas that have been formulated based upon scientific research to treat a number of pet issues.

Hill’s
Established in 1939, Hill’s has been established as a top pet food provider that is highly respected throughout the veterinary medicine industry and pet owners alike. Whether you have a senior pet that needs some special care or want to give your puppy or kitten a strong foundation with a solid diet, Hill’s had a special formula blend that has been well researched and carefully formulated.

Royal Canin
Royal Canin provides what they refer to as “veterinary exclusive nutrition”. They provide only the best ingredients that are mixed together to provide nutrition for a number of conditions that your pet may be experiencing. They also have created formulas that will be appetizing to your pet as well.

If there is not a brand listed that you would prefer to use for your pet just let us know and we will do our best to see if we can get it for you. Your pet’s diet is critical. Call us today to discuss the best option for your pet.

What Pet Owners Are Saying:

"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."

- Louisa D.

"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."

- Ellie C.

Pet Diet Tips

  • - Vegetables are actually a good source of amino acids, minerals, and other vitamins.
  • - Be cautions when it comes to food brands that are advertised for all ages. These often have too
    much sodium and fat for adult pets as well as senior pets.
  • - Cats are carnivores while dogs are actually omnivores. Dogs actually require less protein than cats do.