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Celebrating Seniors

You may have heard the saying ‘age is not a disease’ and at Mill Bay Veterinary Hospital we want to share this message with you. When pets age and cross into their Golden Years, it doesn't mean a decline in quality of life or comfort. Make sure to book an appointment today and ask us about our senior pet care. There are so many steps we can take to keep your senior pet happy and healthy!

 

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New On-call Service!

We now offer on-call services, from 6 pm - 10 pm daily

Sundays and statutory holidays, from 9 am - 10 pm

 

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Pet Parasite Prevention

Parasite season is upon us, and our staff at Mill Bay Vet Hospital will get your pets ready for it through quality parasite prevention treatments. Give us a call today and schedule an appointment!

 

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Microchipping Your Pet

Ever worry about your pet running off and not knowing if you'd find them? Microchipping can bring you peace of mind!

 

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Welcome to Mill Bay Veterinary Hospital in Mill Bay

We are a mixed animal practice located in the Cowichan Valley. Our veterinarians and staff are dedicated to delivering the best possible healthcare to the pets and livestock of our community. We strive to provide the most up to date treatment and information regarding every one of our patients, and to ensure our best service is given to every client, in a friendly and positive practice environment.

Please call 250 743 3223 to contact a veterinarian for small or large animal emergencies.

Meet the Team
Who are you the staff is always friendly they always take care of my puppies

Shelley Phillips

Best vets, nice and clean. Prices better than most. Wont take my pets anywhere else.

Rachelle Warner

This place is as good as everyone says! I wish I could find a Dr. As good as my dogs…

Kimberly Sigurnjak

Awesome vet's my dog loves them.

Caroline Heinrichs

All the staff and veterinarians are very competent at this vet office. The pet care is exceptional.

Nancy Fraser

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The Cone of Shame

Has your pet had a time when that they won’t stop licking or scratching at an area on their body? They instinctively want to chew or scratch trying to curb the itch, but this can introduce bacteria and create a larger problem.

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Marijuana Toxicity - What If?

It looks like the legalization of marijuana is going to happen in British Columbia, which may have a variety of effects on our precious pets.

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