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Care to Share? Share the Care Referral Program

A referral by you to family members or friends is the greatest compliment we can receive at Eastern Shore Veterinary Hospital, in that we are being acknowledged for a job well done.  As such, when you take the time to “Share the Care” with a family member or friend, we would like to return the favour.

Upon the arrival of any new clients, we will ask them how they learned about our hospital.  When they mention that they were referred by you, we will provide you with a $20 credit on your account, as well as a $20 credit to be used towards their first visit.  The $20 credit for yourself, may be applied towards any of our professional veterinary services or quality pet care products (including pet food, vaccines, and medications).

We Thank You greatly for your confidence in our hospital and our team.  Should you require further information regarding the “Care to Share? Share the Care” Referral Program, please visit us at our hospital or call us at 902-827-4257.

 

Super friendly clinic! The staff really know what they're doing and really try to do what's best for the animals!…

John Gordon

The staff are extremely pet friendly and warm. Best vet experience I've ever had. I'd strongly recommend this place to…

Collins J

Amazing environment with compassionate, friendly staff. My pets absolutely love going here. Recommend to everyone!

Briana Joy

Staff are awesome. Very much into the care they provide. A bit pricey compared to some otherwise 5 stars.

Tim Standley

An excellent and understanding vet clinic where staff take the time to help out with questions and concerns. Went to…

Emily Lilly

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