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COVID-19 Updated November 2020

 We would like to re-assure you that Veterinary care is an essential part of our community and that we are doing our best to remain open and be here for you during this difficult time. It is our top priority to keep our clients, staff and community safe. 

The following safety protocols have been implemented for your safety and that of our staff. We would like to thank you for your understanding, kindness  and cooperation.

  • The doors will remain locked and appointments are staggered to minimize social contacts and maintain social distancing guidelines.
  • Food and Medication pickup continue to be available via curb side pickup, please call ahead if possible to place your order.
  • Please remain in your car and call our reception at 604 820 8552 to let us know that you have arrived. If you do not have a cell phone, please use the bell, or visually signal one our reception staff.
  • For medical appointments, at this time, your pet will be examined in the clinic while you safely wait in your vehicle. 
  • The doctor will call you prior to examining your pet, to discuss the presenting issues and gather the necessary information they need.
  • We will then confirm that we are ready for you to bring your pet to the front or side door for safe transfer to a staff member.
  • The doctor will then discuss his examination findings and treatment plan with you over the phone. 
  • Payment for treatment, medications, or food will then be arranged over the phone or at the front door.
  • Once ready, a staff member will then meet you at the front door and safely transfer your pet together with dispensed prescriptions back to you.
  • Please remember to bring a leash or carrier for your dog, and all cats are requested to be in carriers.
  • Medication and Prescriptions will continue to be available based on supply; we have limited the amount of medications to a 30 day supply at this time. Please call ahead,  try not wait until you run too low, and give us as much notice as possible, ideally 48 hours.
  • Due to the current pressure on the ware houses, we respectfully request that clients limit their purchases to ensure that all clients and patients have access to these necessary products.   We have been assured that supply chains will remain open, but are currently still having to limit food purchases to 1 bag of dry and 1 flat of canned.
  • We ask all clients who have been traveling or sick in the last 14 days to kindly follow the federal self isolation protocols, and not make appointments until 14 days after travel or illness, unless it is an emergency situation, and alternate arrangements will be made.
  • Please understand that our staff are working extremely hard to continue to provide essential veterinary services to you. We want to thank you for your patience and for entrusting us with the care of your pets.
  • As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve we may have to continue adapting our protocols and operating times. For the latest information and operating hours please check our official Website or Facebook page. 

Looking For a Veterinarian in Mission, BC? Turn to Us at Cedar Grove Animal Hospital!

When you are looking for veterinary services in Mission, B.C., there are many vets in the area that you can turn to. However, when you want your pet treated like family, we hope that you will turn to us here at Cedar Grove Animal Hospital. We are committed to offering the services that your pet needs, when your pet needs them, helping to keep your pet happy and healthy. We know selecting a vet for your beloved pet is a big deal, and that's why we invite you to learn more about our animal hospital and why you should trust us with your pet. 

Who We Are

At Cedar Grove Animal Hospital, we have a team of six licensed veterinarians on staff to assist with both emergency treatment and routine pet care. We are a full-service animal hospital that offers not only check-ups and well visits, but surgical procedures and dental care as well. Routine vet care has been shown to extend the life of your pets and keep them healthy for as long as possible. We are here to help maximize your pet's life. 

What Services We Offer

At Cedar Grove Animal Hospital, we offer both routine wellness appointments, as well as emergency medical care to common house pets, including rabbits, cats, and dogs. We offer many of the routine services that you would expect a vet to offer, including vaccinations, neutering and spaying, and wellness checks. We also offer other emergency services for pets who may have ingested unknown or potentially toxic substances, or even pets with broken bones. 

What Conditions We Can Help to Treat

Cedar Grove Animal Hospital is proud to offer many services to help your pet, including dermatology, dental, pet wellness, weight management, pain management, parasite counseling, senior pet care, laser therapy, and nutritional counseling. Some of the most common conditions that we treat are flea and tick infestations, dental abscesses, overweight pets, pets with kidney conditions, pets who may be arthritic, or pets who have cancer. Whatever your pet is going through, our staff members can help to diagnose your pet and put together a treatment plan. 

When You Need a BC Veterinarian, Schedule an Appointment With Us Today

Whether your pet requires routine vet services, or you are experiencing a pet emergency and your pet needs to be seen by a veterinarian in Mission, B.C., Cedar Grove Animal Hospital is here to help you and your pet. Reach out to us now to schedule an appointment. Call (604) 820-8552 to schedule an appointment. When you need veterinary services, turn to Cedar Grove Animal Hospital.

Meet Our Skilled Doctors

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Martin Rebele

    Dr. Martin Rebele Graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon; in 1998 and has been pursuing his love for veterinary medicine with a passion ever since. Martin loves interacting with people. Areas of interest include: veterinary dentistry, ophthalmology, ultrasound, skin and allergy conditions. As well as orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation, emergency medicine and helping people with their senior pets.

  • Dr. Catherine Stuart

    Dr. Catherine Stuart has a love for animals that started early in life. The first eight years as a veterinarian were spent in Williams Lake where she enjoyed mixed animal practice. Special areas of interest include getting puppies and kittens off to a good start. Addressing behavioural problems, diabetes management. Kidney and liver disease as well as helping people and their pets deal with skin disease and allergies.

  • Dr. Amy Nagatani

    Dr. Nagatani joined the CGAH team in March 2017.
    Amy's love for veterinary medicine has taken her all around the world providing veterinary medicine in developing countries. Amy loves all areas of her job but is specially interested in: Radiology, Geriatric Medicine, Dermatology and overall improving the quality of life of her patients and clients.
    On her spare time Amy seeks continuing education and has completed advanced courses in dentistry, wound repair, orthopedic and soft tissue surgery.

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