Veterinary Clinic and Hospital Services

Small Animal Medicine and Surgery

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At the Royal Oak Pet Clinic, we work closely with Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital to provide additional veterinary services, perform surgery, emergency and critical care for your pet when needed.

Note: Surgeries must be booked through Royal Oak Pet Clinic.

Wellness and Preventive Medicine

We focus on helping you prevent disease and illness in your furry family members. Our goal is to help you minimize the need to treat and cure preventable diseases. Preventative medicine increases your pet’s chances of having a long and healthy life. We accomplish this through annual preventative health assessments and physical examinations, proper nutrition, parasite control and through the use of a vaccination program based on an individualized risk assessment for your pet.

Medical Diagnostics and Hospitalized Treatment
Blood testing can reveal a wealth of useful information about your pet’s state of health. Blood and urine samples can be collected at the clinic and then couriered to either Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital’s on site laboratory or to reference laboratory’s in Vancouver.  Radiology equipment at the Hospital enables our veterinarians to take and process X-rays, allowing us to diagnose any malformations that may be affecting your pet. This ensures prompt treatment with a goal of getting your pet on the road to a speedy recovery.

Animal Behavior Consultations

An increasing number of products and training programs are available to help minimize or eliminate inappropriate behaviors in pets. Please feel free to consult with our staff should you have any questions or concerns regarding your pet’s behavior.

Nutritional Consultations and Pet Foods

We have a wide selection of veterinary pet foods and treats for both cats and dogs to them live a long and happy life. From adult maintenance diets to specially formulated diets, such as hypoallergenic and kidney formulations, we have a diet to suit your pet. If we do not carry the specific brand of food that you need, we can often order it in just for you.


We do routine dental work such as cleaning and extractions by appointment. A pre-dentistry examination is required before any dental surgery in order to determine what needs to be done and also to evaluate your pet’s surgical health.

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Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital (CVVH) has an on-site veterinarian and emergency team 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Walk in service is available for all emergencies.

24 hour veterinarian attended hospitalization

Intensive and critical care monitoring – including:

  • 24-hour doctor attended critical care monitoring
  • 24-hour doctor monitored IV fluid therapy
  • Incubator and Baer Hugger thermoregulation
  • Separation / Isolation ward for contagious conditions
  • Constant rate medication infusion (CRI)
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Blood transfusions


Orthopedic Surgery

Three staff veterinarians with over forty years combined experience in fracture repair and joint stabilization.

Soft tissue Surgery

  • Trauma and emergency surgery
  • Elective surgery

Spays, neuters and soft tissue procedures are performed at Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital by the primary care veterinarians with surgical privileges.

Specialist Surgery

Appointments for complex surgical procedures can be arranged with a board certified specialist in surgery on a referral basis.


Dental procedures are performed at CVVH under the direction of the primary care veterinarian.

On Site Laboratory

  • Lasercyte automated complete blood count analyzer
  • Two Vet test chemistry analyzers
  • I stat blood gas analyzer
  • Vet stat blood gas analyzer
  • Two Vetlyte blood electrolyte analyzers
  • Vetlab U/A – Urinalysis analyzer
  • CoagDx – blood coagulation analyzer
  • Cytology
  • Hematology
  • Parasitology
  • Urinalysis

Specialist Referral – Available by Referral Appointment

  • Board Certified Internal Medicine Specialist
  • Board Certified Radiologist
  • Board Certified Surgeon
  • Board Certified Oncologist
  • Board Certified Dermatologist

Diagnostic Imaging

Digital radiography

X-Rays and related aids assist us in quickly assessing any physical injury or anomaly that may be affecting your pet’s well being. A veterinarian can then quickly determine the appropriate course of action.

  • OFA evaluation
  • Digital dental x-ray
  • Digital image referral for specialist evaluation


  • Echocardiology
  • Abdominal ultrasound


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