Burnaby Veterinary Hospital
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Burnaby Veterinary Hospital

Phone: (604) 299-0688
Cruelty and Wildlife Hotline (Toll free): 1-855-622-7722
Address: 2210 Springer Ave, Burnaby, BC V5B 3M7, Canada Website: Burnaby Veterinary Hospital
Services offered:
Hospital/Veterinary Clinic
Email:
info@burnabyvet.com
Please note, due to the volume of emails received daily we may not be able to respond immediately. Should you need urgent assistance, please call.
Fax:
(604) 299-2363
Hours of operation:
  • Monday to Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Stat Holidays: Closed
2210 Springer Ave, Burnaby, BC V5B 3M7, Canada

Welcome to the Burnaby Veterinary Hospital. We offer a wide variety of veterinary services for both owned animals as well as abused, injured and homeless animals in SPCA care. Our hospital is one of 44 BC SPCA locations serving animals across the province. In addition to service fees, our hospital relies on community support to provide care for B.C’s most vulnerable animals - donations are gratefully accepted in person and online. Thank you!

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8th September 2019: BC SPCA Paws for a Cause presented by Hill’s® Science Diet®

On September 8, animal-lovers join together to fight animal cruelty. The BC SPCA Paws for a Cause presented by Hill’s® Science Diet® is one of the BC SPCA’s most important fundraising events. It is also a fun, family and animal-friendly way to get together show your support and raise awareness. Not just a walk in …

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