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2362 Whatcom Rd, #125
Abbotsford, BC V3G 0C1
(604) 859-6322

An Abbotsford Pet Hospital You Can Trust

If you're looking for a veterinarian that can meet your pet's routine and complex health needs, Alpha Animal Hospital is the place for you. Our practice is proud to provide extensive veterinary services, including vaccinations and senior exams. As compassionate pet lovers, our veterinary team will treat your pet like family from the reception area to the exam table. We look forward to meeting you and your pet and starting a relationship you can rely on as their health needs change.

We've served as a reliable animal clinic to Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, and Aldergrove for decades. To help improve the accessibility of our services, we offer extended weekday hours and are open on Saturdays. Not only that, but our team is also fluent in English and Punjabi, so that language doesn't serve as a barrier between your pet and quality care.

You can find our practice between Whatcom Rd. and Lower Sumas Mountain. Our office features plentiful parking spaces, including accessible parking. We're privileged to extend our services to cats, dogs, and rabbits. If you're ready to gain a trusted veterinarian you can count on for all your pet's needs, call us today to schedule your pet's next appointment!

Our Comprehensive Veterinary Services

When your pet visits our Abbotsford animal hospital for the first time, we'll begin by asking you questions about their health. Have you noticed a change in their appetite? Is your pet experiencing reduced mobility because of age? Using the information you provide us, we'll conduct a thorough wellness exam to determine which of our services may be right for them. Our team is happy to answer any questions you may have and break down what our treatments and procedures entail.

A hallmark of our practice is our ability to provide various treatments and services without the need to refer you to another office. For example, our office features state-of-the-art equipment like veterinary lasers and an in-house lab for bloodwork. Our quality veterinary services include but are not limited to:

  • Vaccinations
  • Dental Services
  • Wellness Exams
  • Seniors Exams
  • Pet Surgery
  • Prescription Food
  • Laser Therapy

Helping Your Pet Feel Comfortable

At Alpha Animal Hospital, we know that some pets may feel anxiety when visiting the veterinarian. That's why our entire staff works hard to create a calming and relaxing atmosphere to put even the most anxious pets at ease. We take the time to handle your pet with care and respect their boundaries to help make their appointment as stress-free as possible.

Your Skilled Abbotsford Veterinarian

Our Abbotsford animal hospital genuinely cares about the health and well-being of your pet. That's why our practice offers extensive veterinary services to help them live a long and comfortable life. Not only can our team help alleviate pain and discomfort, but it can also prevent health complications from occurring. Call us today to schedule your pet's next appointment with our Abbotsford veterinarian and their friendly team!

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We carry a variety of pet supplies to provide you with a selection of safe, vet-approved pet food, supplements, treats, toys, and accessories. Feel free to ask us any questions you might have about these products.

As pet care specialists, we are proud to extend surgical services to our patients. Our skilled physicians and technicians are proficient in a variety of surgical procedures, allowing your pet to obtain precise care. Prior to scheduling surgery, we will discuss all treatment options available to you and your pet. Our goal is to allow you to fully understand the benefits and potential risks of surgery and make an informed decision about your pet’s care. Patients will also need to complete a full physical evaluation and blood work panel to ensure...

Nutrition, including controlling your pet’s weight, seriously affects pet health, especially as your pet ages. Weight management is one of the most critical factors in maintaining pet health. Giving your pet unlimited access to food (free feeding) is one of the worst things you can do. The standard serving for felines and canines is 120-170 calories per pound of body weight. If you’re trying to help your pet gain weight, increase caloric intake, and if you’re wanting your pet to lose weight, decrease caloric consumption. During a routine exam,...

If your pet needs medical assistance, you can feel confident turning to us. Our knowledgeable staff and modern facilities are equipped to handle a wide variety of medical conditions, including emergencies. Because we can perform many diagnostic procedures in-house, we can often give you immediate answers and start treating your pet faster. In some cases, your pet may require hospitalization and further diagnostic tests. Please take a look at the more detailed descriptions of medical services we offer, or call us to discuss your pet’s needs.

In providing general pet medicine, our veterinary staff is capable of diagnosing and treating a variety of pet medical needs. Our approach to diagnostic and therapeutic services is meant to allow you and your pet increased comfort while maintaining confidence that you are in capable hands. At our veterinary office, we take corresponding safety precautions and observe all sanitation standards. Our goal is to provide quality pet care and exceptional customer service. As a general practitioner, we can diagnose and treat a variety of health...

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