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About Us


CVMA Members

CMVS is a team of international professionals who all chose Whistler as their home. The only thing we love more than the mountains and the lakes of the sea-to-sky are the pets! As our clinic has grown and changed, our team has worked hard to prepare themselves for all the new challenges that come with our busy Whistler clientele. We’ve trained and updated our team on emergency procedures, new surgeries, ultrasounds and radiology, cytology, and more. Our Stryker Fund is there to support our community members who are faced with challenges paying for out-of-the-blue life saving care. We work with many other veterinarians and organizations like WAG, the SPCA and Critter Care to tackle the out of the ordinary - like whole litters of puppies, or injured wildlife. We come to your homes to help you say goodbye to your beloved pets at the end of their lives.

You’ll see us on the slopes in the winter, at the lakes in the summer, volunteering for local organizations, hiking with our dogs (and sometimes yours!) and hanging out as a team. We’re incredibly proud to be part of your lives and part of the Whistler community. Thank you for trusting us, and we look forward to seeing you!

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Your First Visit

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, Dr. Dayton, Dr. Sola, or Dr. O'Byrne will introduce themselves to you and your animal and exam them 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.

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Pets We Care For

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.)