Why VCA Canada?

We see things differently at VCA Canada.

We don’t see an animal, we see a family member.

We don’t see an annual exam, but a wellness consultation that will contribute to a happy, healthy pet for life.

Collaboration, quality medicine, best practices, new technologies, and innovative equipment enables us to provide the best veterinary medicine available for your pet.

Caring For Life's Greatest Companions ... it's what we do

VCA Canada Animal Hospitals is a family of over 150 small animal veterinary practices located across 6 Canadian provinces. Our team of over 4,000 associates provides our communities with general, emergency, and specialty services in our practices, offering compassionate care for pets and their families. Our purpose of caring for life’s greatest companions is felt in every part of the VCA Canada experience, whether it is our patients, our clients, our team members, or our communities.

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Paw It Forward

Paw It Forward is VCA Canada's national community outreach initiative focused on caring for life's greatest companions.

From Pet Food Pantry events to volunteering at community events, VCA Canada is committed to serving and supporting the communities in which we live and work.

Learn more about Paw It Forward and how you can get involved.

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Great prices, great selection, and auto-orders delivered right to your home or hospital.

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myVCA makes it easier for you to stay connected and manage your pet’s health care:
  • Access Live Chat with a veterinary professional anytime, day or night
  • Download important documents including care instructions, lab results, and vaccine records
  • Quickly book an appointment at your preferred hospital 
  • Never forget a dose with medication reminders
  • Receive real-time reminder notifications for healthcare services
  • Access tailored information including pet and breed specific content
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