February is Dental Month

February is Dental Month

February is Dental Health Month here at the clinic! This means that if you book your pet in for a basic dental cleaning (not including extractions) they will receive a 15% discount, a free bag of either Hill’s T/D Oral Health or Royal Canin Dental Diet and a goody bag...
Dr. Loretta Yuen Introduces You To:

Dr. Loretta Yuen Introduces You To:

Jolene and Food Bloat This week I would like to introduce you to Jolene, another 4-legged member of the Amherst family.  Jolene is a 23 kg, 6 year old, female pit bull cross.  Our technician, Amanda, adopted her from the Surrey Animal Resource Centre when she was...
National Cupcake Day

National Cupcake Day

Amherst Veterinary Hospital is holding a Cupcake Day Bake Sale for National Cupcake Day™ for SPCAs & Humane Societies on Monday, February 23rd and you’re invited! The staff at Amherst Veterinary Hospital will be baking irresistible cupcakes to raise awareness and...
The E-Collar: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

The E-Collar: Short-Term Pain, Long-Term Gain

As a Registered Veterinary Technician, it is often our responsibility to review specific homecare instructions with owners when patients head home after procedures in our hospital. Emphasizing the importance of their pets’ E-collar frequently tops that list and...
Aero and Oreo

Aero and Oreo

These two handsome dogs are brothers Aero and Oreo, they are both 16 month old Corgis and quite the characters. Aero is on the right, with piercing blue eyes and Oreo is on the left sporting a big smile. Both Aero and Oreo were neutered last week and were excellent...
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