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We believe in quality veterinary medical care for your pet in a friendly and relaxed setting. Here you will find information about our practice and procedures, our dedicated staff, our facilities and what we have to offer. We treat many animals including dogs, cats, birds, rodents, rabbits, and ferr
I was called by someone who found my dog Sally injured on the road after she got outside the back gate. It was a Sunday and nowhere else was open that late when they found her so they brought her here and was seen immediately as I rushed to join them. The nice vet assistant held my dog in her arms and kept her calm as she obviously was scared and her leg was injured pretty badly. She must of been sprayed by a skunk too (she was probably chasing it) but the staff didn't seem to mind and got to work with the exam, x-rays and stitching up the wound on her leg. Very professional doctor who followed up a week after to see how Sally was doing which was great! He even asked if she's been chasing those skunks still which I replied with "I think she's learned her lesson for now but no guarantees'. Oh, Sally!
I've been going here since 2004 after being treated like just another number by other vets. I found this Vet and his team have got to be the best I've dealt with. Very caring and compassionate, great advice and extremely reasonable prices. Thank you.
Decisions: BCVMA Inquiry Committee (October 6, 2006); BCVMA Council (March 27, 2007)
Findings: In relation to Canine A, Dr. Brar failed to use a level of care, skill and knowledge expected of a reasonably competent practitioner in the advice and management of treatment in that he recommended the amputation of the third phalanx of the affected digit which was unjustified and constituted excessive treatment; and, in relation to Canine B, Dr. Brar failed to use a level of care, skill and knowledge expected of a reasonably competent practitioner to understand the pathology and treatment of immune mediated thrombocytopenia (IMTP). Council found that Dr. Brar engaged in unprofessional conduct.
Disposition: Council issued Dr. Brar a formal reprimand and suspended him from practice for a period of one month. Council issued a restriction that Dr. Brar not treat and must refer any immune mediated disease cases until completing remedial training of a minimum three weeks duration. Dr. Brar was required to pass an exam on the subject of diagnosis and treatment of immune mediated diseases of small animals and to pay the costs of the inquiry.
You can tell you truly care for the animals and their owners. It is much appreciated.
I'm a real animal lover. I've brought all my pets to Delbrook Mall for the past few years. There's been happy and sad occasions. But, they have always been loving, compassionate, and understanding.
My puppy Dexter required emergency care last month following an attack by a much larger dog. The staff were very attentive and had Dexter fixed up in no time. Thanks Delbrook!
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Delbrook Animal Hospital - Veterinary Medical Hospital in North and West Vancouver, Dr. Arminder Brar DVM at Delbrook Animal Hospital was voted the best veterinarian in the Vancouver area and is committed to your pet's health