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Welcome to Cottonwood Veterinary Clinic in Chilliwack, British Columbia

Cottonwood Veterinary Clinic is a health and wellness hospital located in scenic Chilliwack, British Columbia. We have continued to serve the furry friends in our local community as well as surrounding areas since 2005. We have sustained our reputation for high-quality care for our patients because of our team of dedicated experts. Our clinic offers a range of on-site services, including wellness exams, dentistry, surgery, vaccinations, digital X-rays and a full pharmacy. We are committed to helping your pet live a longer, happier, and healthier life.

Our team aims to consistently deliver the highest quality of veterinary care. Our main goal is to strengthen the bond between humans and their pets by providing the most appropriate medical solutions for our patients and their parent(s), one interaction at a time. We’re located on Luckakuck Way, right beside Mr. Pets. Feel free to drop by for a tour or to book an appointment. Call us at 604-824-5848.

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High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) In Your Pets

Did you know that 1 in 6 cats over the age of seven, and 10% of all healthy dogs suffer from high blood pressure? Similar to people, there is a myriad of medical conditions that can predispose dogs and cats to have high blood pressure (hypertension).

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Springtime Garden Dangers For Pets

The snow is gone, and the trees are finally starting to show the green buds of new life. For many gardeners, it is time to dust off their gloves and take up their tools to transform their yards from the dull drab of winter to the new life of springtime.

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