DAWSON CREEK VETERINARY CLINICAddress: 238 116th Ave (Across from the fairgrounds)
Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic Testimonials
Laser Success Story for TatorJanuary 24th 2013
In November, a dog chased me through a fence and I got the fence wrapped around my leg, damaging my blood vessels.
The Story of KingNovember 20th 2012
King came in when he was less than 1 year old because he had severe hip dysplasia. Surgery was done on each hip. He is now comfortable and pain free. “I can not express how much I appreciate the length you and your staff go to to treat King. Every experience ....
Dental Success for ZoeAugust 15th 2012
Zoey is a 5 year old toy Pomeranian. She was a playful little puppy but as she got older she had no energy, she was getting sick 1-2 times a week, she never ate her food and she just didn’t seem to be doing very well. I got a dental done
Dental Success for TagAugust 15th 2012
After Tag s dental care, he has returned to his very active, playful self.
JJ and Cash Baby SuccessSeptember 12th 2011
When we purchased Dash Queen Jenna Jean (Barn Name JJ) for our broodmare herd; we both thought it was such a shame to put her into the herd and not to have her racing talents used more. So in talking with Jessica, we decided to sell her as a Futurity Prospect. It was right about that time that we were approached by Zoe & Mike in regards to the training that Dr. Dalton was going to offer to the Dawson Creek Vet Clinic for Embryo Transplants. That was the perfect solution to our dilemma - Jessica could keep.....
The Story Of CallieJune 23rd 2011
Callie, my beautiful, imported, and very pregnant Holsteiner mare, was sore in the pasture when I arrived home from work late one night. I of course went out to have a look and the evidence that something seriously wrong greeted me at the door to the barn. There was a pool of blood by the waterer that led out to where she was standing. - Heidi and Callie
The Story of Sgt. PepperJune 6th 2011
I am writing this in hopes that this will gain public awareness of the phenomenal care that is available through Dawson Creek Vet Clinic and to extend my sincerest thanks to all the staff that has helped with our beloved little lamb, Sergeant Pepper. My 10 year old daughter, Kassidy came home from her friend’s house a month ago begging me to let her have an orphaned lamb. When I saw him, I understood how my daughter had fallen in love with him. He was the cutest little thing I had seen in a while. I agreed to get him for my daughter. One morning we got up to discover that Sgt. Pepper could not walk on his front leg.
Laser Therapy Success for BayaOctober 2nd 2009
I am writing to thank you for introducing me to Laser therapy. I went into Dawson Creek Vet Clinic on Wednesday Sept 9/09. I was talking to Trish about my barrel racing horse “Buttons Sugar” AKA “Baya”. I had run her the night before and she seemed sore.