Answer: Yes! Okay, so now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s get to know the oldest veterinary clinic in Langley—the Langley Animal Clinic. Offering many services, including hospital care, Langley Animal Clinic is living proof that there really is (a fantastic!) animal hospital in Langley....
1. Know when flea season will strike. Flea and ticks season hits worse in the summertime. Though it is an all year round problem, which is why we advise year-round flea protection. Ticks on Dogs or Cats are mainly spring/summer/fall. Ticks prevention is safe to use all year round. 2. Steam clean your carpets. At the onset of flea and ticks season, have your carpets steam-cleaned. 3. Vacuum at least once a week. Since the flea life cycle occurs in about every 2 weeks, during the summer make sure you vacuum at......
Why not pledge to change things up a bit this year and create a list of new years pet resolutions. While most of us are spending time dreaming up ways to address human resolutions we would like to encourage you to address some resolutions for your pets. These resolutions would not be possible without our full commitment and pledge to ensure our pets will have a happier healthier 2017. These are just a few suggestions for you to consider adding to your list this year. TAKE SOME NEW ADVENTURES TOGETHER Mix......
Langley Animal Clinic is excited to announce our new blood donor program. We are looking for a few lifesaving canine donors. There is a constant demand for blood. Please help us! Contact Dr.Joseph O’Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org Criteria for Canine Donors Donors must be up to date on vaccinations Weigh 23kg (50lbs) or more 1 year of age up to 8 years Healthy physical condition Even temperament Our veterinary team will ensure that your dog meets all the donor requirements. All blood donors will receive an initial physical examination and blood typing. They......
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 the holiday feasts. Along with all the excitement comes potential dangers for your pet. Here are some pet safety tips to keep in mind, all year long, but especially over the next few weeks to prepare for the holidays for your pets to keep them happy and safe. Routine As you celebrate this holiday season please try to keep your pet’s eating......
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. ...
Happy Thanksgiving from the Langley Animal Clinic Veterinarians and staff. We will be open today from 8:30am until 5pm. Mon October 14. ...
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 the expert knowledge and tools you need to help your pet lose weight and reach his or her ideal weight. Please book an appointment for an examination to allow our veterinarians to determine your pets optimal weight. Langley Animal Clinic is very excited to participate in the Purina Pet Slim Down project. Please visit the following website to get started: http://www.projectpetslimdown.com/ -the......
Check out the latest Farm News 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 healed in around 6 weeks....
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 (soon we will have enough for a hockey team). Cynthia’s compassion for animals is surpassed by none and this is immediately recognisable as soon as you meet her. She has spent time working in many varied fields within small animal medicine and this allows her to draw on a wide knowledge base. Her most recent conquests include Vancouver Emergency Clinic and Ethiopia......