Believe it or not, this is a PUPPY! Scout is not quite 6 months old and weighs in at 85 pounds already πŸΎπŸ’• ...

Captain Hook looking smart and keeping his incision clean with his MediShirt on! ...

Tulo Tuesday! Happy birthday to both Tulo and our wonderful Alyssa Vickers. 🍰🎈 ...

Notice: On Tuesday July 25th, we will be closed from 12:00 to 1:00 PM for staff continuing education. If you have an emergency during this time, please call 250-926-0006 and follow the prompts. We will get back to you as quickly as we can. ...

Hello Sullivan 😁 At 16 weeks old he already weighs 49 pounds! He's a gorgeous Great Pyrenees, and the sweetest, mellowest love bug around 😘. ...

A few of our cute patients this week……………





















Coastland Veterinary Hospital is

Closed Monday August 7th for the statutory holiday.


Enjoy the sunshine!!!!



For emergencies, please call our regular phone number 250-926-0006 and follow the instructions.


What's new at Coastland………….

11951910_947378165322678_588815573121996178_nIn August 2017 we will be switching to email and text reminders for all our vaccine reminders and appointment confirmations.  We will no longer be mailing out reminder cards. 

Please contact the clinic with your updated email address and current cell phone #. 



Did you know that at Coastland, Dr. Robin Rainford is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist and we offer a variety of rehab services for your pet?

Jackson seems to be enjoying his laser therapy with Anila, our Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant.

Jackson rocking the laser glasses

Jackson rocking the laser glasses



Our goal at Coastland is to give your pets the best quality and longevity of life as possible. Old age is not a disease, but certain diseases can be age related. Some conditons that can affect dogs and cats, such as kidney, heart, thyroid and dental disease, can start to appear as your pet ages.  The earlier we detect these health problems, the earlier we can get on top of them. 


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For more information, see our PET HEALTH SECTION on this website