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  • New Year, New Pet: Preparing for your new puppy or kitten By Dr. Emma Bush

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    It is the start of the New Year and we are all excited about what the coming months will bring. Many of us are considering welcoming new additions to the family, namely new puppies and kittens. Some may even have already had a new pet come to them, found underneath the Christmas tree.In any of…

  • We are welcoming full-time or part-time Registered Veterinary Technicians to join our RVT team!


    About us: Our clinic is a 15-minute drive to Dartmouth and is an easy commute from anywhere within Halifax Regional Municipality. Our newly renovated expanded hospital has a large, bright, beautiful new space to work in!! Eastern Passage Village Veterinary Clinic has been proudly an active member of our community in the Halifax Region since 1999…

  • Smile Pics


    February is Dental Health Month

  • Happy Tails – Chilli


    In Feb, 2007 the Village Veterinary Hospital received a call about a deceased cat found in a client’s driveway. The assistant who answered the phone offered to help the client and went right over to his house. After a second look, she realized the cat was still breathing, so she took off her coat, wrapped…

  • Dental Health Month!


    February is Veterinary Dental Health Month! We here at the Village Veterinary Clinic would like to take a moment to make everyone aware of the importance of regular oral care for your furry family members. Just like you, your pet requires dental care.  Routine professional care from your veterinary team combined with regular home care…

  • Feed Nova Scotia


    We are proud to announce another successful year as we continue to support Feed Nova Scotia. Thank-you to all of you who came out to our nail trim fundraisers, and annual Santa Pics. Your continued support has allowed us to provide Christmas for 5 families (22 children and 6 adults) this holiday season.

  • Helping Your Dog with Separation Anxiety


    Many dogs are perfectly content to be left alone while their owner leaves the house. Yet a good deal of canines experience what’s known as separation anxiety. This condition can manifest itself in a variety of ways including incessant barking, urinating or defecating in the house or exhibiting destructive behaviour like chewing or scratching anything…

  • Decoding Your Cat’s Body Language


    Understanding what your pet needs or wants can be a challenge since we must rely on non-verbal communication. It all comes down to paying attention to and accurately translating their body language. A dog’s body language is pretty straightforward. They wag their tails when they’re happy, they whine when they want something, they snarl when…