Bellevue Veterinary Hospital, Parksville

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(250) 248-2031

  • Veterinary Clinic Open Every Day
    Open Seven Days a Week

    Your Complete Veterinary Team.

    We have 6 veterinarians on staff. And we have fully qualified technicians, experienced assistants, and friendly receptionists 8:30AM to 5:30PM, seven days a week. Our weekend availability is sure to fit your tight schedule.

  • Communication is the Bellevue Clinic's Top Priority


    Communication

    Being Clear and Direct is a Top Priority

    Because you know your pet's personality best, we always take great care to listen to your concerns, perform our necessary evaluation, and then communicate, in as clear a manner as possible, the best course of action for your pet. For us, it's a priority.

  • Veterinary Housecall Services, Parksville
    Housecall Services

    Veterinary Care Brought to Your Home.

    Our mobile service provides the highest level of convenience for you and your pet. Whether it is performing a check-up on your dog who is having mobility problems or paying a housecall to your anxious feline who hates the car ride, our mobile service provides quality care and comfort for both our human clients and their pets.

  • Veterinary Ultrasounds, x-Rays, Parksville, Qualicum
    Leading-Edge Technology

    On Site Diagnostics Available

    Since 1978, Bellevue Veterinary Hospital has been proud to remain at the forefront of veterinary best practice.

    As well as our on-site blood testing capabilities, we also have digital x-ray equipment (full size & dental), and ultrasound imaging available.

Welcome to the Bellevue Veterinary Hospital, Parksville, B.C.

Since 1978, Bellevue Veterinary Hospital has been proud to remain at the forefront of veterinary best practice in the Parksville, Qualicum Beach area. Our mobile service ensures the highest level of convenience for you and your pet. We have 5 veterinarians on staff. We've got fully qualified technicians and friendly receptionists 8:30AM to 5:30PM, seven days a week. We always take great care to listen to your concerns, perform our necessary evaluation, and then communicate, in as clear a manner as possible, the best course of action for your pet. For us, it's a top priority.

 
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The Twelve Pets of Christmas

Do these festive pets live in your home?

1. The Adventurer


the adventurerThe shiny lights, the glittering tinsel and the tempting tree just begging to be climbed are all too much to resist for this bold explorer. You can make her Christmas safe by using non-breakable ornaments made of wood or plastic, without small pieces that can be easily chewed. Find alternatives to tinsel, like sparkly garlands, thick shiny ribbons or silver icicles to give your tree some bling. Strands of tinsel pose a real risk for blocking or cutting your pet's intestines if eaten. Make sure you anchor your tree to the walls, ceiling or cross-beam so it won't fall over if (or when) it does get climbed. Also, cover up that tree water with a tree-skirt so it is not mistaken for a water bowl.

2. The Road Warrior

the road warriorThis adrenaline junkie is out in all weather; jogging, fetching, racing sleds and hitting the slopes. He doesn't care if it's -40 in a blizzard and he can't feel his toes anymore... he just wants to play! Your extreme athlete can be at risk for paw injuries on sharp ice and snow and they can also be burned from road salt. Check his paws every day and wash them if they are exposed to salt. There are pet-friendly road salt alternatives available for you to use at home on your own driveway. If your dog's paws are continually getting injured then consider having them wear booties... just like the professional sled dogs wear! Also, dogs with very short hair don't have any protection from the elements. He might benefit from a warm jacket to keep him in the game. Read more ...