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Welcome to Prevost Veterinary Clinic in Duncan, British Columbia

Mission Statement

Our purpose is to provide compassionate, high-quality care to all animals entering our hospital and to treat their owners with respect and empathy. We will treat our patients as if they were our own pets.

Prevost Veterinary Clinic has a long history of serving the Cowichan Valley, from Ladysmith and Chemainus to Cobble Hill and Mill Bay, starting as a mixed animal practice in 1963. Currently, we are a small animal practice specializing in the treatment of dogs and cats and employ over 25 staff members.

Our Vision

Prevost Veterinary Clinic endeavours to promote healthy relationships with our clients, their pets, and between team members. We always aim to increase our level of efficiency, effectiveness, and skills to better meet the needs of our clients. We will never become stagnant and will continue to keep abreast of all new information, skills, medications, techniques, and equipment in the industry. Our vision is that of a friendly, cheerful, compassionate, high-quality, clean, efficient clinic that keeps our clients returning.

Core Values

  • Respect for clients, their pets, other team members, and ourselves.
  • Compassion for clients and their pets; to comprehend the possible attachment and emotion that is associated with each pet; to comprehend the possible emotions of the pet.
  • Empathy towards clients and their pets; to listen to clients’ wishes and needs, and to respect those needs; to comprehend what the pet is going through.

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Blog

The Indoor-Outdoor Controversy: Which lifestyle is best for cats?

Written by Margie Scherk, DVM, Dipl. ABVP (Feline) -- During this period of change brought on by COVID-19, we have had to learn a new set of rules. Through hand hygiene, greater physical awareness, and social distancing, we have, at least as I write this, helped to flatten the curve in British Columbia.

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Brown, Gold, or Grey Muzzles — They All Need Special Care

Written by Kathryn Welsman, DVM -- It is a typical Thursday afternoon. I’m finishing up a new puppy vaccination and reviewing diagnostics from the vomiting dog, and I have several callbacks yet to do. My tech tells me the 4 PM is waiting in the car. It is Sadie, a 12-year-old Golden Retriever, with a complaint of peeing in her bed.

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