Improving The Life
Of Your Pet

Our Office
18655 Fraser Hwy Unit 102
Surrey, BC V3S 7Y3
(604) 574-1133

Welcome to 186 St. Animal Hospital  


 


Open 7 days a week!

 Business hours are:

  Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 4:00pm

 


 


 

 

At 186 St. Animal Hospital animal health and well-being is our primary concern. Our staff is dedicated to upholding notable veterinary standards to provide your pet with superior care in a welcoming, relaxed environment. We offer a wide variety of services to meet effectively meet the individual needs of your pets.

In serving our pet parents, we aim to help further educate them by providing resources that allow pet owners to make informed decisions regarding their pet’s wellness. Our website is intended to serve as a veterinary health reference that we hope you find interesting and informative.


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Our veterinary practice strives to provide pet parents with a useful resource that expands their knowledge about our practice, services, and more.

After browsing through our website, please contact us if you have any further questions or would like to schedule an appointment.



 

186 St. Animal Hospital 
18655 Fraser Hwy, Suite 102
Surrey, BC V3S 7Y3, Canada
(604) 574-1133 
vet186st@hotmail.com
 

Regular Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday 8:00AM - 8:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM - 6:00PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00PM

After Hours Emergency Contact
For Surrey: Mainland Animal Emergency Clinic604-588-4000 | 15338 Fraser Highway | Surrey, B.C.
For Langley: Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley604-514-1711 | 302-6325 204 Street | Langley B.C.



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Exceptional care,
extraordinary services.

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...

Our goal is to nurture happy, healthy pets. Our preventative program relies on the cooperation between pet-owner, pet, and our physicians to communicate and work as a team. To maintain essential pet health, we recommend a combination of routine check-ups, balanced nutrition, regular vaccinations, and early disease detection.Examples of preventative services offered: VaccinationsDewormingFlea and tick preventativesHeartworm treatment Preventing pet illness is the duty of a responsible pet owner, and we strongly recommend adopting this...

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...

In an added effort to provide your pet with quality care, we offer pet dental services in our veterinary office. It is estimated that 80% of pets exhibit the beginning stages of periodontal disease by age 3, which is why dental exams and teeth cleanings are essential. Also, studies indicate that pets with good oral hygiene tend to live 2 to 4 years longer than pets who neglect dental care. While periodontal disease is entirely preventable, when left untreated it can lead to cardiac disease, kidney infection, liver infection, or stroke.Dental...

Diagnostic tests help our veterinary team quickly and accurately diagnose your pets condition, allowing us to create a treatment plan tailored to their needs. We use a combination of in-house tests run in our clinics lab, as well as sending out samples to external labs for further testing.Diagnostic Services we provide:Blood tests (Routine, pre-anesthetic, diagnostic)UrinalysisBiopsies/cytologyRadiographs (X-Rays)UltrasoundEndoscopy If you would like to book your pet for any of the listed services, please reach out to our office and we will be...

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Do I need to have my dog’s dew claws removed?

Most dogs with dew claws attached are in perfect health. Removing dew claws is not a necessity, rather a preference some pet owners have. Dew claw removal is recommended for pets who dig frequently and are at risk for ripping the claws off, a painful and unnecessary experience. If you prefer to have... ...Read More

The age at which pets lose teeth varies. Most dogs lose their deciduous teeth between the ages of five to eight months, while cats lose theirs between the ages of three to six months. Unlike humans, pets will lose teeth as their adult teeth grow in and push deciduous teeth out. You will not need to... ...Read More

Some pet breeds are more susceptible to excessive eye discharge. For pets with lighter fur, this discharge may stain the area around the eyes, causing a pet to look unclean. Cleaning these ocular secretions is extremely important, as a build-up of eye fluid may cause harmful bacterial infections.... ...Read More

Clipping the points off cat claws can prevent damage to furniture, stop your pet from getting an ingrown nail, or avoid having their nails grow so long they injure themselves. Clipping claws is not necessary, but many veterinary professionals recommend it, and some practices will even clip them for... ...Read More

Cats typically do not need grooming. They are inclined to clean themselves and have a tongue meant for cleaning fur. Occasionally, your cat may trample through mud and require a bath, but these instances are rare. However, if you have an allergy sufferer in your home, bathing your cat may improve... ...Read More

Most pet owners believe that shaving their dog during summer months helps them keep cool; however, thicker coated breeds have an internal thermostat that allows their body to adjust to warmer weather and self-regulate their internal temperature, so they do not need to be shaved. Shaving a dog that... ...Read More

Female pets that are not spayed will enter a heat cycle and menstruate. Similar to human women, if a pet is not impregnated during her heat cycle, she will shed her uterine lining and bleed. Purchasing pet-specific diapers will help absorb any bodily fluid that your pet may excrete. If a pet refuses... ...Read More

There are numerous reasons why dogs eat their feces. The medical term for the act is called coprophagy. Reasons can include:  A dog is ashamed for defecating and eats it to “hide the evidence”.  A dog is bored and knows eating fecal matter gets... ...Read More

Circling their sleeping place is one of the many “wild” habits that canines never evolved away from. In the wild, dogs would circle a grassy area to trample down grass and make a comfortable surface to lie on. Circling is also how dogs mark their territory, so it is possible they are also staking... ...Read More

Cats refuse their litter box for several reasons. The reason why your cat chooses not to use the litter box depends on where they are opting to go instead. Cats who start to relieve themselves just outside the litter box are trying to signal you to clean the box. No pet likes to step in their own... ...Read More

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