Coast Mountain Veterinary Services is proud to be certified by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. This means that we are held to a higher standard, and we are part of a proactive group that shares the most up-to-date veterinary knowledge. Here is more information about the organization:
The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association is the voice of the Canadian veterinary profession in promoting animal welfare and One Health, to ensure optimal care for animals, people and the environment.
The CVMA is the national and international voice for Canada’s veterinarians, providing leadership and advocacy for veterinary medicine.
You can learn more at their website: CVMA Website>
Upon entering the reception area, our friendly staff will direct you to our weight scale and record their weight for the doctors. We record this on every visit so that the doctor can make diet and exercise recommendations, as well as establishing a baseline for potential future illnesses.
After weighing in your animal, you will be escorted to one of our exam rooms. Upon familiarizing themselves with your animal and the reason for your visit, Dr MacKenzie as well as Dr. Kirby and Dr. Sola will introduce him/herself to you and your animal and exam him or her from nose to tail. Upon completing a thorough examination of your animal they will then address any specific concerns you may have. Our doctors care very much about the animals they see, so any question or concern you may have about the health of your animal is important to them.
We are happy to offer our excellent care to a variety of species, including:
Common Household Pets: Dogs, Cats
Exotic Pets: Birds, Ferrets, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Hedgehogs, Rodents (Rats, Hamsters, Gerbils, etc.)