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Here at Columbia Summit Veterinary Hospital, our mission is to deliver veterinary service in a personal manner. We pride ourselves on our ability to make our clients feel at home from the moment they walk in the door! We believe in educating pet owners so they know how to ensure that their companions live a long, happy and healthy life.
If your pet has been seen by an emergency or referral service, a complementary recheck is done back here at our veterinary clinic.
After all they aren't just pets, they are family!
Animal Vet Services:
Wellness exams, vaccinations, dental cleanings, medical consults and therapy, in house lab (blood, urine, parasite), digital x-ray and dental x-ray, injury rehabilitation and grooming.
Soft tissue, spays, neuters, dental surgery(major and minor extractions), ophthalmic, otolaryngological, and orthopedic are some of the many surgical procedures we offer!
For questions or booking please call 250-314-1861
Dr. Paul Hunter, DVM
Kamloops Veterinarian | Columbia Summit Veterinary Hospital
1590 D Summit Drive
Kamloops, BC V2E 1E9'
" I love coming to Columbia Summit Vet Hospital, not only do I get treats when I have been good, the staff are great too. I love coming to see Dr. Hunter because he is so nice and when I have to get shots he does them quickly so they aren't painful and after I get treat. I also know that my Furry Cat Sisters love coming too, not as much as I do because they don't like the car ride but they know if they don't feel good Columbia Summit will do everything they can to make it better. Thanks for always taking care of me and my Sisters."
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