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Welcome to our Fear Free certified practice!

At Fraserview Veterinary Hospital, we understand that visits to the vet can be stressful for both you and your beloved pets. That’s why we are committed to providing compassionate and stress-free care for all of our patients.

As a Fear Free certified practice, we use a variety of techniques to minimize fear, anxiety, and stress in pets during their visits. From the use of pheromones and calming music, to gentle handling and a welcoming environment, we strive to create a positive experience for every pet and their family that walks through our doors.

Our team of experienced veterinarians and support staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your furry friends. From routine check-ups to surgeries, we offer a wide range of services to meet all of your pet’s health needs.

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Don’t take our word for it – see what our satisfied clients have to say:

“These folks are something special. Our pup is equal parts anxiety and excitement and he’s nearly impossible to keep still and calm around most people. The vets here have set us up with everything we need to help him be calm and happy at every appointment and he actually loves going because they’re so sweet! Their advice is solid, the care is incredible, and our dog loves them. Their pricing is a little higher than normal but it’s worth it for our little dude to enjoy a usually scary experience. ♥️”

-Emilaea W.

“Having had dogs most of my life, Fraserview is the best vet I’ve been to. My boy Bucky had a traumatic experience at a previous clinic and has a nervous disposition in general – all of the staff at Fraserview have been so kind and patient with him that every time we go, he improves drastically in his anxiety, and I couldn’t ask for more than that. Dr. Carmen Chan is a wonderful veterinarian—she is open and approachable whilst being efficient and kind. I have never felt rushed or pushed into anything, and she takes great care of Bucky – all of the staff do. I can’t recommend Fraserview enough. Thanks for all that you do from Bucky and me.”

– Jay J.

“The team at the clinic were exceptionally caring and attentive to my dog’s needs. After a previous awful experience, I was relieved to find that they were able to make my dog, Ramona, feel calm despite her discomfort in veterinary clinics. The doctor and nurse sat on the floor to create a more relaxed environment helping my dog become less agitated. Their approach to gathering Ramona’s health history was thorough, they listened carefully to all details. They asked questions and took the time to ensure that every concern I had about her health was addressed and validated. This level of attentiveness and empathy truly sets them apart from other clinics. Based on my positive experience, I highly recommend Fraserview Veterinary Hospital to anyone seeking compassionate care for their pets. I’m looking forward to returning soon for Ramona’s next health check-up.”

-Natasja B.

Thank you for considering Fraserview Veterinary Hospital for your pet’s care. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to serving you and your pets!

Do you know what a Victory visit is?

A Victory Visit is a specialized appointment with a Fear Free Certified team member that aims to reduce your pet’s Fear, Anxiety, and Stress during veterinary visits. Our team conducts a fear assessment and provides guidance on cooperative care techniques in a gentle and considerate manner while educating you on identifying signs of Fear, Anxiety, and Stress and offering tips for future visits. The ultimate goal is to make your pet more comfortable with the veterinary environment, different types of commonly used medical equipment and team members as well as to prevent and alleviate their Fear, Anxiety, and Stress during visits. To get a better idea of what a Victory Visit entails, we invite you to watch our video facilitated by one of our Fear Free Champions.

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