The Saint John Animal Hospital

506-635-8100

River Valley Veterinary Clinic

506-738-3306

Our Services

  • Vaccines

  • Wellness and diagnostic exams

  • Parasite control

  • Dental care

  • In-house diagnostic lab

  • X-ray and ultrasound

  • Boarding

  • Weight management consults

  • Surgeries

  • Microchipping

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Veterinary Care in Saint John

The SJAH provides a range of veterinary services to help you maintain your pet’s health.


Vaccines

We provide full vaccine care to protect dogs and cats from contracting harmful diseases.


Wellness and Diagnostic Exams

Annual wellness exams for young and old pets are essential in early diagnosis and disease prevention.


Parasite Control

Internal (worms) and external (fleas and ticks) treatments and prevention are essential when it comes to keeping your pets happy and healthy.


Dental Care

Dental care for your pets is very important for their overall health. Plaque and tartar can build up and lead to gum disease and bone loss which can be very painful and become infected. Periodontal disease can also contribute to deterioration of other organs such as the heart and kidneys.


In-House Diagnostic Lab

We have a complete in-house lab equipped with the tools to perform fecal tests, urinalysis, bloodwork and cytology. We also have the ability to out-source for specialty testing.


X-Ray and Ultrasound

Our hospital is equipped with an X-ray machine and an ultrasound machine for diagnostics.


Boarding

We provide a boarding facility available on-site.


Weight Management Consults

The overall health of your pet relies heavily on proper weight management and sufficient exercise. Overweight and underweight pets are more at risk for disease.


Surgeries

We perform daily elective surgeries, from Monday to Friday. These surgeries include ovariohysterectomies (spays), castrations (neuter), dentistry, lump removals, orthopedic surgeries and fracture repairs.


Microchipping

The placement of a microchip in your pet provides a safe way of identifying your pet in the event that he or she is ever lost. The first thing shelters and vet clinics do when a lost animal is brought to them is to scan for a microchip. It is a non-invasive way to ensure that your pet can be identified when the need arises.

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