Prioritize your pet's health, disease prevention, and proactive treatment with regular checkups. These routine health checks give our veterinarians an opportunity to provide essential preventive care and spot the earliest signs of developing concerns, so treatment can being sooner.
Vaccinations & Prevention
We provide vaccinations and parasite prevention for companion animals as well as vaccinations and deworming for large animals. Maintaining a regular schedule of vaccinations and parasite prevention can help safeguard the health of both large and small animals against many common conditions.
Senior Pet Care
Maintain optimal health, good quality of life, and comfortable mobility for your senior pet with regularly scheduled senior exams. These health checkups allow our veterinarians to provide proactive care and the early diagnosis of developing conditions which is critical for dogs and cats as they age.
Meeting all of your companion's nutritional needs plays a key role in helping them to maintain optimal health. We provide a wide range of healthy food choices for domestic pets. We offer specialized diet and nutritional counseling to help your companions stay healthy.
We regularly perform blood, urine, fecal tests and X-rays on-site, helping your veterinarian choose the best course of care for your pet. Our in-house diagnostics lab provides us with a detailed look at the internal health of your companion. Rapid results means treatment begins sooner.
Our skilled veterinarians perform a variety of surgeries including routine spaying and neutering, in addition to disease and injury treatments. The safety of your precious companion is our top priority. We employ strict anesthetic protocols and have numerous monitoring procedures in place.
Exotic pets require special knowledge and experience, so rest assured that your loved ones are in good hands with us. Our veterinarians provide preventive care and treatment to a variety of exotic pets including birds, rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs and more.
Large Animal Care
Our veterinarians provide regular herd health calls to the dairy farms, as well as essential care for cattle, horses, sheep and goats throughout the Creston Valley. We work with the area’s commercial and hobby farms, by mobile service or at the clinic.
Canine physical rehabilitation can help to put the spring back into your dog's step following and injury, illness or surgery. Speak to us to find out more about our partnership with Joanna Sleik, MScPT and to learn how K9 Rehab services can help to get your pup moving comfortably again.
Healthy teeth and gums are a critical part of overall good health for our furry friends. At Creston Veterinary Hospital, our veterinarians provide your companion with complete dental care. We will help your pet avoid unnecessary dental pain and maintain their good oral health.
Puppies & Kittens
Providing your new puppy or kitten with everything they need to thrive is a big responsibility. From vaccinations to nutritional guidance, our veterinarians can help you navigate your new fur baby's critical first year of life, with targeted services, support, and helpful information each step of the way.
Veterinary internal medicine deals with conditions that impact the health of your furry friend's internal systems. Diagnosing and treating internal conditions, such as diabetes, allergies, autoimmune issues, kidney failure, and gastrointestinal disorders is a regular part of what we do.
Crawford Bay Clinic
Once a month, we have one of our veterinarians hold a clinic at our Crawford Bay Outpost and Dispensary. We provide routine exams and vaccinations for dogs, cats and small mammals, we also take calls for large animals. Our mobile clinic is located at the Crawford Bay Inn Motel in Unit 6. Please call us to book an appointment.
End Of Life Care
It's truly heartbreaking to have to say goodbye to a special companion. At Creston Veterinary Hospital, we approach end of life care with an abundance of compassion and love for your furry family member. We will be with you every step of the way. Once your pet has crossed the rainbow bridge, we will help you keep their memory alive.
Creston Veterinary Hospital can provide daytime emergency care but after-hours care is shared with the EKVG, which is a group of veterinary hospitals in the East Kootenays that has formed to help ensure that emergency care in the region remains accessible. An experienced RVT will triage the emergency and direct the client to appropriate care. Travel to other locations may be required. We encourage all clients to plan ahead by having emergency transportation plans, especially bovine and equine clients as farm calls may not be available in the Creston area.