We can provide you with the following mobile veterinary services:


Preventive Care:

  • A physical examination is an important and necessary first step to evaluate your pet’s health.
  • Assessment of body condition score and ideal weight. Many pets suffer from being overweight, which negatively affects their health.
  • Recommendations for nutrition, diet and weight management
  • Assessment of oral health, including teeth and gums
  • Vaccinations for building immunity and reducing the risk of major viral and bacterial diseases
  • Control of internal parasites (worms) and external parasites (fleas, mites, and ticks) using medications to protect the health of your pet and the health of family members
  • Assessment of behavioural issues

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All of these methods of care can add many happy and healthy years to your pet’s lifespan. Spending enough time with them every day will also enrich and improve their quality of life. While visiting your pet, we can discuss these factors and detect possible problems and correct them before they worsen and become more expensive.


Diagnostic Services:

  • A blood test is used to assess the function of internal organs. It is an important tool for diagnosis and ultimately treatment of a wide variety of diseases.
  • A urine test is used to evaluate kidney function, to diagnose cases of urinary tract infection, and to identify the presence of crystals in the urine. It will reveal other abnormalities including the presence of blood, protein and sugar in the urine.
  • Stool (fecal) tests are used to identify abnormalities including dangerous microorganisms and parasites in the gastrointestinal tract, and the presence of blood in the stool.
  • X-ray and ultrasound imaging (arranged with local hospitals) is used to assess the location, shape, size, density, thickness and pathological changes of the internal organs. It is useful in the diagnosis of fractures, arthritis, heart diseases, pulmonary diseases, foreign bodies in the gastrointestinal tract, and stones in the bladder.



Based on the patient history and results of the physical exam and diagnostic tests, the necessary medications will be dispensed or prescribed.



  End-of-Life Decision Making:

  •      Quality of life evaluations
  •      Palliative care
  •      Humane home euthanasia and aftercare


Euthanasia is the most difficult decision for pet owners. When no other effective means of alleviating pain and suffering remain, it would be a humane and necessary procedure of immeasurable worth. We help you to have a better understanding of your pet’s health condition, assess their degree of pain and suffering, and discuss when is the right time for euthanasia. Our goal is to make sure you have a completely informed decision. We provide a compassionate way of saying goodbye to your beloved pet in the comfort of your home.



Additional Services:

  • Senior pet care
  • Health certificates for travel or other purposes
  • Coordination services with local clinics and veterinary specialists
  • Pet identification services: micro-chip implants

Please let us know if you have any questions about our services.

We provide house call services in New Westminster, Port Moody, Vancouver, Burnaby, Pitt Meadows, Surrey, Richmond, North Vancouver, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and West Vancouver.
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