Family Pet Hospital, a veterinary clinic in Chilliwack, is proud to offer health solutions for your pet’s medical needs. Customers and pets throughout the Fraser Valley depend on our veterinary services and advice.
We are a full service animal hospital for dogs and cats operated by professional vets in Chilliwack.
Please call ahead with any pet emergencies so we can prepare for your arrival. Call: 604 824-0005.
Pet Hospital Services
Within a nurturing environment, we offer expert veterinary, surgical services and advice for house pet owners.
Some of our services include:
X-rays & Laboratory Work (In-House)
Medicine, Surgery & Dentistry
Health Insurance for Cats & Dogs
Spay & Neuter
Call us to set up an appointment today!
Doctors Kulvinder Grewal and Rajwinder Singh share a passion for providing the best care for your pet and have a qualified support staff of technicians and assistants to bring the best in veterinary services.
At Family Pet Hospital, we are dedicated to improving the life of your pet. A happy, healthy pet brings immeasurable happiness to its owner. Making your pet and family happy is the goal of our pet hospital.
We offer a free exam with each spay and neuter!
Free Exam with vaccinations
We honour all competitors' coupons!
The doctors and technicians at Family Pet Hospital in Chilliwack are dedicated to promoting the optimal health of your pet. We believe that having a healthy, happy pet equates to happy owners, as well.
Dog and Cat Health Insurance
Just as it’s a good idea to have health insurance for your family, it’s also a good idea to insure the health of your pet, as well. After all, a pet is often an integral part of the family fabric.
We have dog and cat health insurance plans available for your consideration.
At Family Pet Hospital, we offer qualified, expert medical and surgical options for your dog or cat.
Much like humans, pets need vaccinations to protect against numerous infections and diseases. Some vaccinations are required by law, and others are recommended based on the environment your pet resides.
Heartworms, Hookworms, Roundworms, Tapeworms, Ear Mites, Fleas & Ticks
Since pets are more susceptible to quality control of their food and typically receive fewer checkups, it is necessary to have your pet checked for a number of disorders that shorten their lifespan and reduce their quality of life. Call us to set up an appointment today!
Digital X-Rays and Laboratory Testing
Whether you suspect your Rottweiler swallowed your watch, or something more serious, we have low-radiation, digital X-rays available so you can be rest-assured of your pet’s health.
Are you itching for an answer to solve your flea problems? We have a number pet-safe medicines available to prevent ever-persistent fleas from biting your pet. Did you know that within 5 months one female flea can lead to a trillion more? Fleas are not only can lead to tape worm in pets, but can cause murine typhus in humans, which can create symptoms similar to Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
We have the experience and training to assess and treat your pet’s orthopaedic injuries. Joint and bone problems are a common issue with pets and we can help get your pet back to optimal health.
We recommend IV fluids to be administered to all our patients during the course of surgery. Pre-surgical screening is recommended for all patients. All our patients are closely monitored throughout surgical procedures.
Good dental practices are just as important for your pet as they are for you. We will do an assessment of your pet’s dental health and make suggestions for treatment and prevention. We carry a number of products available to promote your pet’s dental health.
Tooth decay in pets is usually the result of a build-up of plaque. When the plaque hardens it turns to tartar and causes gingivitis. In time, gingivitis leads to tooth loss and a receding gum.
Working with your pet’s dental health will prevent a number of oral diseases.
Some signs to look for in the instances of oral pet diseases are:
Tumours in the Gums
Drooling More Than Normal
Loose, Wobbly Teeth
Promote Your Pet’s Oral Health
In preventing tooth and gum disease in pets it is important to practice good dental hygiene. There are specially formulated toothpastes that are enjoyable to your pet's tastes, as well as numerous chews which prevent plaque formation.
Spaying and neutering is an important part of creating a healthy domestic environment for your pet.
Why Spay or Neuter?
All animals instinctively have an urge to mate, yet pets that are domesticated are typically prevented from doing so. This can create emotional hostility and irritability in your pet.
Spaying and neutering also prevents overpopulation and overcrowding in animal shelters.
Female pets also live longer and healthier lives after being spayed, while males will not have the urge to roam away from home.
When to Spay or Neuter My Pet?
Spaying and neutering procedures can be performed as early as 8 weeks of age.
Since pets often eat the same type of pet food for each meal, it is important they receive a truly balanced diet which encourages nutrient absorption and promotes healthy teeth, skin and overall health.
Benefits of a Balanced Pet Diet
We offer a number of prescription pet foods which are specially formulated to create a balanced diet. These pet foods may be more expensive than store-bought pet food, but more value when it comes to nutrition. Since these are formulated diets without filler ingredients, your pet will most likely eat less since they are receiving more healthy nutrients.
Quality Pet Food
We carry the quality pet food brands of Royal Canin and nutrition Hill's Prescription Diet.
Let us help assess the nutrition needs of your pet, give us a call today!
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding your pet's health. Fill out the form below or call our office at 604-824-0005.