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We are a veterinary hospital serving Surrey, Delta, Langley, and BC’s Lower Mainland. Our team of veterinarians provides complete services for dogs, cats, birds, ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs and other pocket pets. We provide hospitalization, boarding, anesthesia, surgical, dental, laboratory and radiology services and laser therapy. We carry a variety of items such as Harrison's Bird food, Guinea Pig and Rabbit food, Royal Canin Veterinary Diets, Purina Veterinary Diets, Hills Prescription Veterinary Diets, Treats, Shampoo's, Ear Cleaners, Advantage, Revolution and more! It is our goal to provide you with the very best possible service.
We Are AAHA Accredited!
The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the only organization that accredits small animal hospitals throughout the U.S. and Canada. AAHA-accredited hospitals adhere to the highest quality standards, which helps ensure the best care for your pet.
Our Animal Hospital in Surrey Provides Compassionate Care for your Pets. When selecting an animal hospital in the Delta and Surrey area to care for your pets, it is important that you find one that cares for your pets like family. At the Kennedy Heights Bird and Animal Hospital, we provide focused and compassionate veterinary care to ensure that your pet will receive high quality medical care and will also be as comfortable and free of stress as possible while under our care.
Dedicated Team Members. Since 1992, Kennedy Heights Bird and Animal Hospital in Surrey, BC, has been under the direction of Dr. Linda Schild. She leads a team of dedicated and attentive veterinarians and medical staff who provide high quality and compassionate veterinary care to a wide range of animals from dogs and cats to parrots, ferrets, rodents, rabbits, guinea pigs, reptiles.
Our AAHA-accredited Veterinarian Hospital Gives You Peace of Mind. The Kennedy Heights Animal and Bird Hospital has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) since 1984. We pride ourselves on being one of the only two hospitals in Surrey / Delta to have received this accreditation. The AAHA is the only organization that gives accreditation to animal hospitals in the United States and Canada.
As an AAHA-accredited hospital, we have voluntarily chosen to adhere to the higher standards for veterinary medical practice set by the organization. We are evaluated on over 800 standards of care in the areas of quality care, diagnostics and pharmacy, management, medical records, and our facility.
AAHA field representatives perform regular, on-site, thorough evaluations for evidence of compliance to these standards. This means that all the aspects of our veterinary care undergo rigorous examination from the AAHA to guarantee that we give nothing less than the best.
Our Hospital Offers the Services You Need for Your Pets. We work very hard to provide your pets with a range of high-quality veterinary care services, laser therapy, dentistry, preventive health care and more. Please visit our service page for more information. Find our services here.
We Care for Your Pets the Way You Do. Every client and every pet is very important to us. We understand that there are specific medical, emotional, and financial needs to be considered, and each pet is an individual. Our animal hospital treats you and your pet like family, and we want to ensure that you both feel part of ours. Meet our team here.
Surrey Veterinarian | Kennedy Heights Animal and Bird Hospital | (604) 591-5304
8614 120th Street, Surrey, BC V3W 3N6
“We wouldn’t trust any one else with our latest addition to the family . The team at Kennedy Heights are the best! Thanks”
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