Pet Of The Month

  • Millie and her chair!


    Oct 03 2014

    Millie captured that hearts of the Riverside Team with her spunk and zest for life. Amazingly she takes full advantage of this from her canine cart. We are very excited…

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    Jul 15 2014

    Saylor has been a patient of Riverside Small Animal Hospital since his puppy days and has always been a star role model at the clinic with doctors and staff alike.…

  • Maggie


    Jun 11 2014

    Originating from Big Valley Labradors owned by Willie and Agneta Taylor, in Enderby, British Columbia,  ( ) a black lab puppy found her way into the Todd family. Maggie has been…

  • Archie


    May 01 2014

    Archie is an 11 year old English Cocker Spaniel who presented to Riverside Small Animal Hospital in July 2013 with an episode of diarrhea. The attending DVM treated the diarrhea,…

  • Brutus


    Mar 07 2014

    Brutus presented at the beginning of January, with a history of having had an episode of vomiting and having breathing difficulties. When he came in he had increased respiratory noise,…

  • Maple


    Dec 14 2013

    December’s Pet of the Month is Maple, a four year old, female rottweiler. Maple injured her cruciate ligament in her knee and needed surgery. Maple’s owner explains in his own…

  • Charlie


    Nov 19 2013

    In late June of this year Charlie, a 13 year old Shih-tzu presented to us as a referral from Nicola Valley vet clinic in Merrit. Charlie had been diagnosed with…

  • Ozzie


    Jul 20 2013

    (THIS POST DOES CONTAIN GRAPHIC IMAGES) On the evening of New Years day Ozzie, a 6 year old border collie, and his family were enjoying some winter fun in the…

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    Jun 12 2013

    Pets face a variety of disease processes as they begin to enter their mature, senior, and geriatric years. Some common diseases include: arthritis, dental disease, and cataracts. These illnesses are…

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    Keira and Kela

    Apr 17 2013

      Just like humans, pets can find themselves in a medical situation where they need blood. However, unlike human hospitals most veterinary clinics cannot maintain a blood bank. When the…