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Below is a sample search of our veterinarian listings located nearest to Vancouver. To find Veterinarians nearest you use our free search tool above.

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Vancouver Animal Wellness Hospital

105 Broadway East
Vancouver, BC V5T 1W1
Tel: 604-738-4664

Animal Care Clinic & Hospital False Creek/Fairview

2132 Alberta Street
Vancouver, BC V5Y 3K3
Tel: 604-873-4787

Animal Care Clinic

2132 Alberta Street
Vancouver, BC V5Y 3K3
Tel: 604-873-4787

West King Edward Animal Clinic

510 24th Avenue West
Vancouver, BC V5Z 2B4
Tel: 604-873-4433

Oak Animal Hospital

3887 Oak St
Vancouver, BC V6H 2M6
Tel: 604-739-7111

Oak Animal Hospital

3887 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC V6H 2M6
Tel: 604-739-7111

Vancouver Veterinary Hospital Ltd

1541 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC V5N 2R8
Tel: 604-876-2231

Urban Animal Hospital

1032 Davie Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 1M3
Tel: 604-684-3632

Vancouver Animal Emergency Clinic Ltd

1590 W 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 1L7
Tel: 604-734-5104

Animal Emergency Clinic

1590 W 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 1L7
Tel: 604-734-5104

Granville Island Veterinary Hospital

1635 W 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 1L8
Tel: 604-734-7744

Animal Clinic The

1635 4th Avenue West
Vancouver, BC V6J 1L8
Tel: 604-738-7600

We Love Cats Veterinary Clinic

1635 4th Avenue West
Vancouver, BC V6J 1L8
Tel: 604-733-2334

Atlas Animal Hospital (Vancouver)

5696 Fraser Street
Vancouver, BC V5W 2Z4
Tel: 604-301-0300

Cats Only Veterinary Clinic

2578 Burrard Street
Vancouver, BC V6J 3J7
Tel: 604-734-2287

Blue Cross Pet Hospital

2214 Hastings Street East
Vancouver, BC V5L 1V4
Tel: 604-253-1141

Cypress Street Animal Hospital

1893 Cornwall Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6J 1C6
Tel: 604-734-2500

West End Veterinary Clinic

1788 Alberni Street
Vancouver, BC V6G 1B2
Tel: 604-685-4535

Vetcetera Pet Hospital

2876 Rupert Street
Vancouver, BC V5M 3T7
Tel: 604-437-7389

Kitsilano Animal Clinic

2645 W 4th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6K 1P8
Tel: 604-736-8648

West Boulevard Veterinary Clinic (1980) Ltd

5383 West Boulevard
Vancouver, BC V6M 3W4
Tel: 604-266-7421

Veterinary Drug & Surgical Supplies

5413 West Boulevard
Vancouver, BC V6M 3W5
Tel: 604-685-9721

Arbutus West Animal Clinic

2809 16th Avenue West
Vancouver, BC V6K 3C5
Tel: 604-736-6701

Cambie Animal Hospital

7555 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC V6P 3H6
Tel: 604-321-6600

Kerrisdale Veterinary Hospital Ltd

5999 West Boulevard
Vancouver, BC V6M 3X1
Tel: 604-266-4171

Canada West Veterinary Specialists & Critical Care Hospital

1988 Kootenay Street
Vancouver, BC V5M 4Y3
Tel: 604-473-4882

Cda West Veterinary Specialists

1988 Kootenay Street
Vancouver, BC V5M 4Y3
Tel: 604-294-2629

Advanced Veterinary Imaging Ltd

1988 Kootenay Street
Vancouver, BC V5M 4Y3
Tel: 604-473-4882

Killarney Animal Hospital

2649 49th Avenue East
Vancouver, BC V5S 1J9
Tel: 604-433-5500

B C Veterinary Medical Assn

107-828 Harbourside Drive
North Vancouver, BC V7P 3R9
Tel: 604-929-7090

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