In acknowledgement of a healthy work-life balance, and with the availability of numerous reliable emergency veterinary clinics in our surrounding area, we will now be CLOSED ON STATUTORY HOLIDAYS effective immediately. We will also be CLOSED SUNDAYS for the immediate future with a plan to reevaluate Sunday hours the end of May. We thank all of our clients for their understanding with the changes and disruptions over this past year as we have worked through renovations and on policies to enhance you and your pets's experience with us here at Scottsdale Veterinary Hospital.
For emergency concerns after hours, please call:
ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC OF THE FRASER VALLEY, 6325 204 ST, LANGLEY - 604-514-1711
MAINLAND ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC, 15338 FRASER HWY, SURREY - 604-588-4000
VANCOUVER ANIMAL EMERGENCY AND REFERRAL CENTRE, 6303 ALBERTA ST, VANCOUVER - 604-879-3737
For medication refills or special orders please call (604-590-2121) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least a few days prior to completing your current prescription or a week prior for any special order products. We are in the process of exploring options for an online webstore to be linked to our website that will help make refills and ordering much easier in the future.
From the Scottsdale Veterinary Team, we thank you.
New Patients Welcome
Call us at 604-590-2121.
We are fortunate here in BC to avoid most
harshwinter weather and storms and our cold
snaps do not last too long, but there are times each
winter when we have to avoid our own hazards for
driving and walking, using antifreeze and de-icing
Pet safe antifreeze is available for
purchase and we recommend using these products and telling
others to also use them. However, you should not automatically assume that everyone is using
a pet safe product for their own vehicles. Please be aware of puddles or slight dripping around cars and
on roads/driveways/parking lots etc. Your pet may drink from these ‘sweet tasting’ puddles or lick
their paws after walking through them. To be safe always wipe your pet’s feet after a walk with a warm
Please note that ingesting antifreeze can
cause acute renal failure and may present as lethargy,
loss of appetite, and/or vomiting. Contact your Veterinarian immediately if you suspect poisoning from
In BC we do not use rock salt, but use
Again, some are pet friendly and if you can
use these products this will help alleviate ingestion
by eating or licking of paws. After walks use a warm wash cloth to wipe your pet’s feet to get off any
Using gravel or sand may be an option for
you, instead of using de-icing chemicals, however
remember there is manual clean up afterwards to avoid
runoff into drains and waterways.