Your Place for Quality Pet Care in Kelowna

Veterinarian caring for a dog pet in KelownaIt can be overwhelming to find a veterinarian with the skills and experience to provide your pet with quality care. At Black Mountain Veterinary Hospital, we're proud to offer extensive veterinary care services for cats and dogs, ranging from exams to emergency care. Whether you have a new kitten or an older dog, we can adapt our offerings to meet their unique needs.

Regardless of whether your pet has visited our practice before or it's their first time, we'll treat them like a member of our own family. Our team is excited to meet you and your pet and start a professional relationship you can depend on for years to come. Call us or stop by our practice to schedule your next appointment and give your cat or dog the Kelowna pet care they deserve!


Meeting Your Diverse Pet Care Needs

When your pet visits us for the first time, our veterinary team will conduct an extensive wellness exam to determine which of our pet care services is right for it. Using technology like x-rays, we'll look at the overall condition of its eyes, skin, fur, teeth, gums, and gait. We'll also ask you about your pet's behavior. Have you noticed a sudden change in its appetite? Does your pet seem to scratch at a certain spot on its skin frequently?

Using the information from our exam and what you've told us, we'll create your pet's personalized treatment plan. Although we offer services you can schedule ahead of time, our practice can treat your pet's emergency needs.

New Puppy & Kitten Exams

If you've recently welcomed a new kitten or puppy into your family, it's crucial that one of the first things you do is bring them to a veterinarian. At Black Mountain Veterinary Hospital, we offer new puppy and kitten exams to help your pet start its life off on the right foot. Although it may seem like a routine wellness exam, we take the time to look for potentially dangerous health complications that are typically present in younger cats and dogs. Some of our new puppy and kitten services include:

Intestinal Worm Treatment: Intestinal worms are parasites that can live in your puppy's body and feed off its blood for nutrients. Worms can introduce harmful diseases to your puppy that negatively impact its quality of life. Our practice provides treatment for roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and tapeworms.

Cat & Dog Vaccinations: During your new puppy or kitten exam, we can provide them with beneficial vaccinations in the same appointment. Not only can we give your pet core vaccinations but non-core vaccinations as well. For example, our team can vaccinate your puppy for parvovirus and your kitten for feline leukemia.

Same-Day Emergency Care

When your pet experiences a medical emergency, it can leave you questioning what treatment options are available to you. At Black Mountain Veterinary Hospital, we provide emergency veterinary care to help stabilize your pet and treat its health problem. We understand your pet may feel fearful and anxious in a new environment which is why our team uses various techniques to help them remain comfortable during treatment.

We recommend bringing your pet in for treatment immediately if its experiencing or has experienced:

  • An ear infection
  • Excessive diarrhea or vomiting
  • Heatstroke
  • Sudden seizure
  • Ingestion of a foreign object or excess medication
  • Loss of consciousness

Pet Care FAQs

It's normal to have questions about our Kelowna cat and dog care. Our team is here to answer your questions and give you the knowledge you need to make educated and confident decisions about your pet's health. Some frequently asked questions about pet care include:

If I think my pet is experiencing a medical emergency, what should I do?

We recommend you contact our office as soon as possible and bring your pet into our practice. Our office provides same-day emergency veterinary care to help improve the quality of life of your cat or dog.

There are various signs and symptoms of worms that can help you make the decision to bring in your dog for treatment. Some common signs include bloody diarrhea, vomiting, sudden weight loss, and excessive scooting.

Yes. We regularly work with owners that have multiple cats and dogs. As such, our front office receptionists can schedule multiple appointments around your busy schedule.

Kelowna Pet Care for You & Yours

At Black Mountain Veterinary Hospital, we believe your pet requires quality veterinary care to help them live its life to the fullest. That's why we offer extensive Kelowna pet care ranging from routine treatments to complex procedures. Contact us today to schedule your pet's next appointment with our friendly and supportive team!



Contact Us

We encourage you to contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form below.