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Welcome to Woodbury Veterinary Hospital in Halifax

Woodbury Veterinary Hospital was established in 1981 at the corner of Robie and North Streets. The hospital has become a peninsula landmark and has contributed to the success of the neighbourhood providing part-time jobs and mentoring for many young people interested in pursuing work in the veterinary setting as a career and by donating to local charities or participating in fundraising.

The hospital offers a healthcare team committed to enriching the loving bond between clients and their pets by providing compassionate, quality care. Accompanied by a team of technicians the dedicated veterinarians provide comprehensive care, with a special interest in pet dentistry.

The culture of the hospital has encouraged veterinary continuing education and has led to early implementation of advances in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Jordan Mencher | Dr. Samantha Sanford | Dr Cindy Rodgerson
Veterinarians, Woodbury Veterinary Hospital NSVMA Accredited

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The best in the city I've been going there for over 7 years.Dr Samantha your the best

Lenial Pinard

Helpful staff in transferring ownership of a dog to my name. Called me the next day to make sure…

Darko Stasevic

They take real good care of my babies!!

Meghan Bray

I am so happy I found this place. The prices are very competitive and the staff are PRICELESS! Everyone is…

Amber Harper

They have been caring for my 18yr old Maine Coon for many years. Without their caring and expertise I…

Carol Edwards

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Meal Feeding Your Pet

One of the best ways to control your pet’s calorie intake and monitor their nutrition is to offer them measured meals. Meal feeding lets you know exactly how much your pet eating and provides them with a daily routine. It can also help fight obesity. Contrary to popular belief most pets do not know how to regulate their own food intake, and many animals can eat out of boredom if their food is accessible. Meal feeding can be especially helpful if you have more than one pet or pets of varying body conditions.

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Canine Distemper

Canine distemper is caused by a virus primarily transmitted between dogs, but can also infect other carnivores including cats, weasels, foxes and racoons. There are several different strains of the virus which cause illness of varying severity.

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