There's been a lot of coverage about this spreading viral disease in rabbits & we've been getting some calls. This is a great information sheet for people with bunnies. Currently there is NO vaccine available in Canada but local veterinarians are working hard to get it here. This is a serious, fatal disease. If you have rabbits please contact the clinic for more information and to let us know if you would be interested in the vaccine if/when it is available.
The Lone Star tick is an emerging tick in the Canadian landscape. It can cause an array of diseases including a mysterious red meat allergy in humans. Protect your dog and home from the Lone Star tick and 4 other tick species in North America with Simparica. Talk to us today!
Local dogs MAY be at risk of exposure to the canine influenza virus - if you have concerns about your dog please call our Port Coquitlam vet clinic to discuss it with the team. We have the vaccine available as well so we are now able to help protect the at-risk dogs.
At Shaughnessy Veterinary Hospital based in Port Coquitlam and serving Port Moody, Maple Ridge, New Westminster and Coquitlam, we are dedicated to the wellness and safety of your pet. From diagnosis to preventative care, we work with you every step of the way to ensure that you and your pet are comfortable and happy. It can be stressful taking your loving pet to the vet but the staff in our animal hospital ensure that you are completely satisfied with the services that you are getting.
It may seems like our staff has the ability to talk to animals, but our ability to accurately diagnose and treat your pet comes from years of experience, observation, and care. Whether your pet needs a new diet, dental care, or surgical procedures, you've come to the right place. Schedule an appointment with one of our professional pet doctors today. Your pet is treated with the utmost love and care
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"Our mission is to have companion pets spayed and neutered. There are simply too many unwanted animals and not enough homes. Unless these numbers decrease, countless animals will continue to suffer needlessly. Shelters everywhere are overflowing. Spaying and neutering is the only way to reduce the numbers of unwanted pets. We provide financial assistance to spay and neuter on a restricted basis and only as funds are available.
Our primary focus is spaying and neutering. There are many groups dealing with adoptions. We can provide referral numbers for services that are already in place. We can assist most efficiently by concentrating on reducing the numbers of unwanted animals needing homes.
Animals are cared for by foster homes when space is available. As space is at a premium it is used for the animals that have no one and are most in need. We do not take unwanted pets. We keep a list of animals needing homes and homes available, and have successfully placed over 203 animals."
"Founded in 2013, HugABull Advocacy & Rescue Society is a community committed to rescue, advocacy and outreach for bull breed dogs. We advocate for responsible ownership of all breeds and for evidence-based, breed-neutral laws in our communities.
Our foster and adoption program is at the core of what we do. We pull great dogs from the shelter system and match them with foster homes and ultimately, to loving and responsible forever homes. As a responsible rescue, we take steps to ensure that dogs and applicants are screened thoroughly to set both up for success. Since our inception in 2003, we have matched over 500 breed ambassadors to wonderful homes.
HugABull is run entirely by volunteers. We are always looking for passionate, motivated people who can make a commitment to our organization. Beyond foster care and adoption, there are many ways to make a difference!"
"The Small Animal Rescue Society of BC is a registered society run by volunteers. Our primary focus is to rescue and rehome small animals in need. Neglected, injured and abandoned animals are our main priority.
Small Animal Rescue works to provide a safe haven for small animals in need while promoting responsible pet guardianship through education, advocacy, and spay/neuter initiatives.
There are many unwanted animals in our care, and in the care of shelters everywhere. Please consider giving one of these animals a kind and loving home."