To make an appointment, call 250-640-3784 or contact us through our SmartPhone App (Request An Appointment), from Home Page or email at email@example.com
Payment can be made with cash or cheque, Visa or MasterCard* or debit, at the time of service.
For emergency services, call the clinic at 250-640-3784. Leave a detailed message describing your emergency and your call will be returned as quickly as possible. *Please note that all after hours calls are subject to a minimum consultation fee of $52.50. If your call is not emergent, you may leave a message with the operator; our team will contact you the next business day.
Absolutely! We can arrange to come to you or you may choose to haul your horse, goat, sheep, pig, dog or cat in to our clinic. You will save on the travel fees!
Small animal emergencies are outside the scope of the practice. If you require emergency services for your pet, please call one of the many small animal clinics in the area.
We absolutely can!
Yes, we will vaccinate your litter of puppies. Please contact us for more details.
Contact our office for information about companion animals services.
Yes, we provide our home euthanasia service for dogs and cats, as well as large animals.
Yes, you can! Just call, or better yet, contact us through our Smartphone App or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our on-line Pet Supplies/Diets Website at https://greenmobilevet.clientvantage.ca requesting the food or treats you would like. We will order that for you and let you know when you can pick up your order, or in some cases, we may be able to arrange for delivery.
Yes! We have portable, digital radiography equipment. We bring the equipment to your horse, or your horse can come to us and the images are available immediately!
Yes, we can ultrasound your cows for pregnancy!
Temperatures as high as 40.5 to 41.7 C(105 to 107 F), rapid breathing, rapid pulse, stumbling, weakness, depression; refusal to eat or work, dry skin and dehydration. In severe cases, a horse may collapse or go into convulsions or a coma.