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Wellness & Vaccinations

A physical exam is the smartest and easiest way to keep your pet healthy. Wellness exams allow our veterinarians to detect problems and diseases that might go undiscovered otherwise.

Spay & Neuter

Spaying and neutering help pets live long, healthy lives. Having pets sterilized while they’re young reduces their likelihood of developing certain infections and cancers.


Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian to check for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.


Radiography is an important part of diagnostic imaging in veterinary medicine. X-ray images (radiographs) allow radiologists and other specialists to examine the body for injury or disease.


At Cambie Village Vet we rely on state-of-the-art technology to help us identify the cause of skin conditions in pets. We may require blood work and/or a biopsy to aid us in diagnosing the issue.


Pets can be born with heart disease (congenital), and they can develop heart disease with age. Heart disease can cause coughing, trouble breathing, lethargy, weakness, and fainting.

Nutritional Counselling

Giving your pet the right balanced diet is one of the most important ways to ensure that it stays healthy. When you register your pet with us, we will discuss its diet with you when you come in for his/her first health check.

Flea and Tick Control

When you are out and about with your dog, they are bound to be exposed to fleas – no matter how hard you try to avoid it. Your pet could also be getting fleas from your home environment!

Preventative Care

We at Cambie Vet are here to help the community learn and help so we can give the best life to our fur-babies.  Here are some tips on good Pet Care Practices.

Prescription Food and Supplies

We keep a Variety of Prescription Dog and Cat Food, Over the counter preventative care for dogs and cats and Treats for your dog and cat.

Animal Health Certificate

An animal health certificate (AHC) can only be issued by an Official Veterinarian (OV). An appointment for this can be arranged by contacting your veterinary practice.


We offer pet microchipping for dogs and cats. A microchipped pet is a safe pet – and one that’s much more likely to return home if ever lost.

Pharmacy and Medications

Let your veterinarian know if your pet has had adverse reactions to any medications. Ask questions so you understand why this medication is being recommended for your pet and what alternatives there are, if any, to this medication.

End of Life Care

This may be one of the most difficult, yet one of the most critical life stages you and your pet will go through together.

Senior Pet Care

As pets age, they become much more susceptible to conditions that can affect their health, impact their quality of life, and cause them pain and discomfort.

Puppy and Kitten Care

Although every puppy or kitten will need routine veterinary care during their first year, each of them will require an individualized plan. Let’s work together to determine how we can give your new furry friend the best start in life possible.