Outstanding Medical, Surgical and Dental Care for your Furry Family Member!

Our goal at Courtenay Animal Hospital is to keep your dog or cat healthy and happy for as long as possible. The most tangible we can help your pets stay healthy is to provide wellness exams, immunizations, heartworm and flea/tick prevention, laboratory testing, dental treatment, nutritional counseling, surgical care and training guidance.

Health problems will inevitably arise despite best our efforts to prevent illness and injury. I believe that every condition should be viewed in the context of the whole pet and the whole family.

The decision process for diagnosis and treatment is always a team effort at Courtenay Animal Hospital. We will carefully consider your pet’s age and general health but also your family’s available time, financial resources and comfort level with medical care. We will make every effort to gain an understanding of your individual needs and advise you accordingly. All of us pledge to treat you as we would treat our own families and your pets as we would treat our own pets.

Canine Comprehensive Care

Preventive care is the key to ensuring that your dog lives a full and healthy life. The cornerstone of this care is our comprehensive wellness exam.

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Feline Comprehensive Care

We strongly recommend an annual wellness exam for every cat. Depending on the age and general health of your cat, we may suggest more frequent visits or additional laboratory testing.

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Advanced Diagnostics

Courtenay Animal Hospital offers advanced digital X-ray technology. Also our doctors have trained extensively in the use of ultrasound, allowing us to diagnose conditions in our hospital without the need for referral to a specialist.

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Courtenay Animal Hospital offers extensive surgical services for your dog or cat. Each patient is carefully screened prior to surgery and anesthetic drugs are selected based on their age, breed and health status.

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Integrative Medicine

As pets age, many of them develop osteoarthritis. Some pets are otherwise very healthy but have a compromised quality of life due to the pain from this condition.

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Dental Care

Dental care is often overlooked but is essential to your pet’s general health. A good dental health program will increase your pet’s comfort and longevity.

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Quality of Life Consultation

Many pet owners have been faced with difficult decisions regarding end of life care for their beloved cats and dogs. As pets age, they often develop conditions such as osteoarthritis, heart disease, and cancer.

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