Ultrasound Dr Jamie Levine enjoys using the ultrasound machine for non-invasive diagnostic imagery. Ultrasound transmits high-frequency sound waves into tissue. The ultrasound machine interprets the sound waves and is shows up visually on the monitor. The technology allows us to examine the kidneys, bladder, stomach, liver and other organs to help determine your pet’s condition. The […]
Microchip your Pet Before They Are Accidentally separated from You Microchips are Your Pet’s Lifeline Home. Veterinary Hospitals and SPCAs scan for the tiny microchips and find the pet’s name and the owner by an unique pet ID embedded in a tiny Microchip. At Cranbrook Veterinary Hospital, we commonly inject Microchip IDs. (They are about […]
Custom Engraved Pet Collar ID Tags While you wait. Select different letter styles, tag shape, colour and material. Pet ID Tags are ready in minutes, with our computer engraver. Engrave the front with the pet’s name. Engrave the back with your home number and cell phone. See also our microchip your pet page.
Lizzy is a young cat who came in for a spay. 9 am Lizzy came into the hospital. 9-am Exam and preparations begin. 9:45-am Sedation started. She gets very drowsy, and the staff return her back to to the kennel. The kennel is kept warm by heated blankets and warm cushions. 10:15-am Lizzy receives further sedation. […]
Cranbrook Veterinary Hospital is a small companion animal hospital, treating cats and dogs, in southeastern British Columbia.
region of British Columbia, Canada.
When you enter our Veterinary Hosptial, the receptionists will greet you into our spacious and warm front office. The front office features street level access from 5th Ave. S. The reception office has a walk-on scale for accurate pet weights. A cat table where you may place your cat in its carrier up off the […]