Providing veterinary care for dogs, cats, horses and production animals
IMPORTANT NOTICE: We are experiencing a limited access policy in the clinic over the next few weeks due to COVID-19. Please read more about our temporary service limitations.
The Pemberton Veterinary Hospital is located in the heart of the beautiful Pemberton valley, 30 minutes north of Whistler, BC. The practice is mixed, providing veterinary care for dogs, cats, horses and production animals, including cattle and other livestock. The hospital is set up for small animals, while large animal services are mobile. Further information can be found on our services page. We also work closely with the local animal shelters, PAWS and WAG , to help pets in need of veterinary care.
5-1345 Aster Street, Pemberton BC
PAWS Pets Up For Adoption
Pemberton Animal Wellbeing Society (PAWS) has the following animals available for adoption. If you interested in any of these pets, please click the learn more button to find out more about this adoption opportunity or contact PAWS directly.
Effective immediately, a 24-48 hour notification is required in order to process prescription requests for your pets. We will always do our best to refill prescriptions in a timely manner, although please allow us the allotted 48 hours to fulfill any medication requests.
Please note that additional notice beyond the 48 hour timeframe is required for special order items (ie. medications or products we do not stock on a regular basis) or prescriptions ordered from a compounding pharmacy. Please be aware that backorders and shipment delays are still a frequent occurrence and may interfere with the timeline of prescription refills.
All prescription refills must be authorized by a veterinarian, and a “Veterinarian-Client-Patient-Relationship” is MANDATORY for all prescription refills. Dr. White must have examined your pet within a recent timeframe in order to dispense prescription medications.
In summary, it is always best to be prepared and place your order ahead of time! Please note that a request does not mean that your prescription will automatically be refilled; please wait for a phone call or email from one of our staff to notify you that your pet’s prescription is ready for pickup (or to explain why refills are not possible, require modification, etc.).
Thank you for kindness and cooperation,
Dr. Laura White and the staff of Pemberton Veterinary Hospital