Surrey Animal Hospital

7135 138 Street, Surrey, BC V3W 7T9, Canada (604) 592-2181
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Welcome to Surrey Animal Hospital, where our well-respected veterinary team and knowledgeable support crew offer compassionate veterinary care. With many years of experience, we provide treatment for all manner of ailments that may afflict your furry four-legged friends. At Surrey Animal Hospital we are committed to providing you and your pets with the best possible service and veterinary medical care. We have built our reputation on compassionate and quality care.

Surrey Animal Hospital is experienced in the treatment of dogs and cats, and we offer a full range of pet care services including dentistry, flea control and more. Please browse the rest of this site to learn more about us, and be sure to bookmark this page so you can find us quickly whenever your pet needs our services. We look forward to adding your names to our long list of satisfied customers!


Business phone number (604) 592-2181
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Country Canada
distance: 26 Kilometers
Address 7135 138 Street, Surrey, BC V3W 7T9, Canada
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