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Double Board-Certified Veterinary Oncologist, Dr. Charney and her staff at Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital have provided the best care possible for our dog Keesha. I knew my pet was in good hands because of their caring and professional attitude. I would highly recommend their...

Congratulations to Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital on their new website. We are grateful to have a top level cancer doctor for our Border Collie. Dr. Charney has masterminded her care and chemo treatment for nearly a year after diagnosis and we are still going strong! Phone,...

At Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital, Dr. Geoffrey Hutchinson uses a KYON Zurich Cementless Total Hip Replacement system. This titanium and titanium alloy implant system was developed in Switzerland in 2001 and to date has been used in over 9000 dogs. This new system offers...

Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital welcomes Dr. Lawrence Brown to their team of specialists. Dr. Brown offers inpatient and outpatient ultrasounds, radiographic interpretations (courier and electronic), interventional stenting as well as special procedural radiographic studies. ...

How do I make an appointment? Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital strongly encourages animal owners to obtain a referral from their regular veterinarian whenever possible. This ensures the proper transfer of medical information, is beneficial to the animal, and the specialty veterinarian, and will help your...

What is a board-certified veterinary surgeon? (from the ACVS website) The term “ACVS Diplomate” refers to a veterinarian who has been board certified in veterinary surgery. Only veterinarians who have successfully completed the certification requirements of the ACVS are Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary...

What is a board-certified veterinary oncologist? A board-certified veterinary oncologist is a veterinarian who focuses on managing cancer. In addition to completing undergraduate training and four years of veterinary school, a board-certified veterinary oncologist is similar to his/her human-medicine counterpart in that he/she has completed an...

What is a board-certified veterinary radiologist? A board-certified veterinary radiologist is a veterinarian who diagnoses diseases by obtaining and interpreting medical images such as radiographs, ultrasounds, CT scans, and MRIs. In addition to completing undergraduate training and four years of veterinary school, a board-certified veterinary radiologist...

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