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*New* Life Of Paw at the Langley Animal Clinic

We have an exciting new way to track your pet passport online. Keep track of your pets medical information where you won’t lose it. Get important reminders for your pet. Fun…

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All About Cats

The Essential & Optional Shots For Your Pet Cat There are two general categories of pet vaccines, essential and optional. In order to qualify your pet your vet will ask…

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Winterize your Pets

Our pets have similar needs as we do in the winter months , warmth, good nutrition, fresh air, sufficient exercise. Here are a few other things you should consider to…

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Welcome to Langley Animal Clinic


Monday – Saturday 8am – 9pm and Sunday: 8:30am – 9pm

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As veterinary medicine advances, so too does the Langley Animal Clinic. After 69 years of long and storied history, the clinic has undergone yet another metamorphosis. Born in the village of Murrayville in 1943, the 24 hour animal clinic – then a modest house with only minor and rudimentary veterinary  clinic modifications – has, over the years, grown into a large full-service animal hospital employing eight veterinarians and twenty support staff.

The present Langley animal veterinary clinic location in downtown Langley has not changed in the past 25 years, however our facility certainly has! The vet clinic, first built in 1983 – huge and “state of the art” for its time – was quickly outgrown. In 1989, it was doubled in size and the front-end reception area was renovated, accommodating the growing Langley pet population.

In 2002, and again in 2011 it was decided that the vet clinic, bursting at the seams and in need of a face-lift, would once again be expanded and totally renovated.

Not only was the building outwardly modernized, it was re-configured internally to greatly expand the reception and display and add much-needed staff, office, and conference space. The treatment area was modified to accommodate some of the advanced diagnostic and computer equipment that are now commonplace in our practice.

While Langley Animal Hospital has undergone remarkable change to meet the dramatic growth of the Langley population and the advancement of medicine, our concern and care for the sick and injured has remained constant. What sets us apart is the dedication our staff have for the care and well-being of their patients. Daily collaboration among the veterinarians and support staff means that extra bit of care and attention is given to every animal.

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Dec 1 2013

Langley Animal Clinic Wishes You A Pet Safe Holiday

How to make this Holiday safe for your pets This is a wonderful time of year for celebrations with family and friends, so many fun festivities, holiday decorations, and not to mention…

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Nov 9 2013

The Langley Animal Clinic is open on Remembrance Day

On Remembrance Day The Langley Animal Clinic will be open from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Our clinic will have a Veterinarian and support staff available for you and your pets.  …

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Oct 14 2013

Open for Mon Oct 14 Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from the Langley Animal Clinic Veterinarians and staff. We will be open today from 8:30am until 5pm. Mon October 14.  

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Nov 20 2012

Langley Animal Clinic helps dogs and cats lose weight

New Purina Pet Slim Down Project Did you know that even a few extra pounds can increase the risk of serious health issues for your pet. Our clinic can provide…

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Nov 9 2012

Farm News at the Langley Animal Clinic

This is Rosie a 6 month old Boer goat who broke her right hind leg. Now that we have casted the leg she is on her way to healing and will be fully…

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Aug 27 2012

Staff News

We have a new veterinarian at the Langley Animal Clinic. Dr Cynthia Rose has just joined our team at the Langley Animal Clinic, bringing our team of veterinarians to seven…

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