• Christmas Calamities!

    Dec 03 2015

    Christmas – it’s the most wonderful time of the year! After 12 months of hard work, it’s a time to relax and spend time snuggled up at home with your…

  • Feeling the cold? Your elderly pets may be feeling it too.

    Nov 19 2015

    As the cold weather sets in, our geriatric companions may start to show increasing signs of pain and immobility relating to degenerative joint disease.  You may notice stiffness first thing…

  • Foreign Body Endoscopy

    Nov 17 2015

    This is Peppi! Peppi was seen late last week for vomiting. Her owners became concerned the night previous to her hospital visit, when she had a bit of a choking…

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    Watch us pay it forward!

    Sep 10 2015

    Burrard Animal Hospital + Emergency in Vancouver is a 24 hour animal emergency hospital in Vancouver B.C. Watch us work with Pet Secure Pet Health Insurance to “Pay It Forward”

  • “Boss” Vincent

    Aug 01 2015

    August’s Patient of the month is the sweetest French Bulldog named Boss Vincent. Boss had previously been seen at Oak Animal Hospital for ongoing treatment of intervertebral disc disease. Boss…

  • “Johnny” Jones

    Jun 07 2015

    June’s Patient of the month is a fluffy and boisterous Bearded Collie named Johnny Jones. Johnny was seen last month after sustaining an injury to one of his hind paws…

  • Hot Dogs and Flaming Felines

    Apr 17 2015

    Here at Burrard Animal Hospital + Emergency, we are getting excited about the warm weather coming, and are looking forward to soaking up some sun!  But while our pets may…

  • Pain Control In Dogs & Cats

    Apr 08 2015

    Prevention of pain and treating effectively does involve keen observation by you and involvement of your veterinary team. There are various take home pain medications like buprenorphine, tramadol, fentanyl patches,…

  • “Nala” Lee

    Apr 01 2015

    Burrard Animal Hospital + Emergency’s May Patient of the Month is a cute and cuddly feline named Nala Lee. Nala came to us in March as a transfer from another…

  • Dental Radiographs

    Feb 12 2015

    The use of radiographs is essential as a diagnostic tool in veterinary dentistry. Dental radiographs are taken for many reasons: To visualize root/bone before extraction To reveal pathology that would…