Mountain View Veterinary Hospital is committed to the health and well being of our local community. With the help our wonderful staff, we actively support non-profit animal protection organizations, local charities for pets (and people!), public education initiatives, and training the next generation of veterinary professionals.

Thank you! MV Vet Wins Employer Of The Year.  Oct 23, 2020

Last night MV Vet was honoured with 'Employer Of The Year' at the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. A big thank you to our amazing staff for the nomination but most of all, for being the heart and soul of our hospital. Despite all the uncertainty at this time, you have been amazingly supportive, resilient and incredibly positive on even the toughest days. For more information on the Awards and the other recipients, you can read about it in the Aldergrove Star.

Dr. Ferguson Addresses Princeton Parvovirus Deaths Creating Fear Among BC Puppy Owners.  Oct 2, 2020

Eight of the 46 puppies recently seized from a Princeton farm by the BC SPCA have died from parvovirus. Dr. Ferguson talked to the Aldergrove Star newspaper about parvovirus, how concerned pet owners should be about their puppies, and the low risk of the outbreak to spread. You can read the full article by clicking here.

MV Vet Nominated For Employer Of The Year. Sept 9, 2020

We've been very fortunate to be nominated for some awards over the years, but this one is really special. We were nominated for the Langley Chamber of Commerce's 'Employer Of The Year' award by one of our staff. It's a humbling honour because it is our incredible team who bring their dedication, hard work and passion for animals to work every single day, that deserve the accolades. Thank you Sarah for the nomination and all the best to the other nominees.

 

Exciting News! MV Vet Will Be Moving to a New Location This Fall. Sept 6, 2020

Mountain View Veterinary will be moving to a new location, just 400 meters from our current one. Designed around 'Fear Free' principles, our new facility will have separate entrances, waiting rooms, exam rooms, treatment areas and recovery areas for dogs and cats. We'll also have expanded treatment/surgery capacity, 13 dedicated parking spaces, and a comfort room for people to say goodbye to their pets. Follow our Facebook page and Instagram for regular updates.

 

MV Vet Donates 5 Pet Oxygen Mask Kits to Township of Langley Fire Department, June 28, 2020

It was our pleasure to donate additional Pet Oxygen Masks Kits to the Township of Langley Fire Department. Thank you to Firefighters Horch and Simpson for accepting the kits on behalf of the Fire Department, and a special thanks to TOL Firefighter puppy 'Duke Kaboom' for adding his adorableness to the photo. Since 2015, Mountain View Veterinary has donated over 30 Pet O2 Kits to local Fire Departments. 

Let's Keep Pets Cool and Safe This Summer, May 2020

Despite COVID-19, Mountain View Vet is once again running our campaign to help keep pets out of hot cars this summer. We are offering free window cling signs to local businesses that let their customers know they are welcome to bring their pets inside and not leave them in a hot car. The signs can be picked-up at Mountain View Veterinary.

Can you catch COVID-19 from your pet? Mar 9, 2020

Thank you to Dan Ferguson at the Langley Advance Times for including us in his recent article on COVID-19. The bottom line is that at this time there is very limited evidence that you can contract the virus from your pet. To read the full article, click here.

MV Vet Honours Captain Ben Robertson, Abbotsford Fire Rescue. Mar 2, 2020

When we started our Pet Oxygen Mask Campaign in 2015, Captain Ben Robertson was absolutely critical to ensuring its success. He gave us advice on how to approach fire departments, the questions they would have, who to contact and helped us get the word out to the media. The result was that our modest campaign grew tremendously and not only did we received requests for Pet 02 kits from other fire departments, but even more exciting; other business / organizations form across Canada contacted us to start their own campaigns. Thank you Captain Robertson!

 

Helping Tinykittens Rescue Locally and Educate Globally. Feb 24, 2020

It was an exciting day at Mountain View with us live-streaming a neuter, double enucleation and dental with eight incisors extracted on Tinykittens rescue, Thor. Why did we livestream it? To help people understand the incredible importance of spaying/neutering your pets, that feral and abandoned cats like Thor can suffer from poor health, that there are ways to humanely reduce pet over-population and that no life is too insignificant to save. To learn more about Tinykittens and support their work, visit them online.   

Cupcake Day in Support of Langley Animal Protection. Feb 24, 2020

It is the sweetest day of the year! Once again Mountain View Veterinary was thrilled to take part in Cupcake Day, an annual Fundraiser to support SPCA's and local animal rescue organizations. It's a fantastic deal; enjoy deliscious cupcakes and support the amazing work of Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS). To learn more about LAPS and the incredible work that they do, click here

MV Vet is Now a 'Fear Free' Certified Hospital. Jan 8, 2020

What is Fear Free? Fear Free is one of the single most transformative initiatives in the history of companion animal veterinary practice, providing unparalled education on emotional wellbeing, enrichment, and the reduction of fear, anxiety, and stress in pets. What does it mean to you? That the MV team is using the latest techniques to make your pets visit to our hospital the most stress-free and fear-free as possible. To learn more about how you can use Fear Free in your home, click here.

MV Vet Sponsors Families Through Langley Christmas Bureau. Dec 14, 2019

Your Nail Trim money at work! When you bring your pet to Mountain View for a nail trim, we donate 100% of proceeds to local charities, including sponsoring two families through the Langley Christmas Bureau. Thank you to our amazing elves Taylor, Sydney, Sarah and Kelsi for doing the shopping and helping make the holidays a little brighter.  To donate to the Langley Christmas Bureau, cick here.

Getting All Dressed Up For A Good Cause. Nov 2, 2019

Another wonderful evening at the Langley Animal Protection Society (LAPS) Gala! Thank you LAPS for all of the amazing work that you do and congratulations on raising $156,000! To learn more about LAPS and how you can support them, click here.

Thank you Langley! Mountain View Voted Readers Choice. June 28, 2019

Thank you very much to the readers of the Langley Advance Times for voting Mountain View your 'Readers Choice' for veterinary care. We feel so fortunate that we get to practice in such a wonderful community and thank everyone for your continuing support. An e-edition of the Readers Choice issue can be found by clicking here.

Mountain View Lends a Paw at Free Animal Care Clinic for Homeless and Low Income People. March 11, 2019

Congratulations to the wonderful people at Paws For Hope and Langley Animal Protection Society for holding a very successful free animal clinic for homeless and low income people. A HUGE thank you to our wonderful RVT's Danielle and Taylor and Doctors Clifton and Ferguson for donating your time to this very important cause. News coverage of the event by the Langley Times Advance is available here

How Sweet It Is! Thank You to Everyone Who Supported Our Cupcake Day Fundraiser. February 26, 2019

Thank you everyone who bought cupcakes yesterday in support of Langley Animal Protection and an extra-special thank you to the many talented bakers who supplied the cupcakes! 

Thank you! Mountain View Wins Award From Langley Advance, October 2, 2018

A BIG thank you to all the wonderful people who voted for us in Langley Advance's 'Best of The Best' Awards. We feel so fortunate to be part of such a wonderful community.

Mountain View Kicks-off Annual 'Keep Pets Cool' Campaign, June 1, 2018

As part of our annual 'Keep Pets Cool' campaign during warmer months, we will once again be distributing free window clings to local businesses. The signs let customers know that the business is pet-friendly and they are welcome to bring their pet inside versus leaving them in a hot car. Signs can be picked-up at Mountain View Veterinary Hospital and Langley Animal Protection, to read more about the campaign, check out the articles in the Langley Advance and Langley Times.

Mountain View Wins National Award, May 21, 2018

We are so fortunate to win the 'Got A Pet - Get A Vet' contest for a second year in a row. Sponsored by the Ontario SPCA and Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, the contest encourages people from across Canada to vote. We'd like to thank our incredible staff, clients, friends and community for all your support. We feel truly blessed to get to work with animals and feel honoured to be acknowledged in this way.

Mountain View Helps 3 Local Families Have a Brighter Christmas, Dec 12, 2017

Thank you so much to our incredible clients and friends for supporting our 4th annual Christmas fundraiser and helping 3 local families celebrate Christmas. A special thank you to the amazing MV Elves (aka. Robyn, Sarah and Theresa) for doing the shopping and dropping-off the hampers.  Merry Christmas everyone!

 

Mountain View Named 'Small Business of the Year', Oct 27, 2017

A wonderful honour to be named 'Small Business of the Year' by the Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce. Thank you to our incredibly supportive community, our fantastic clients and most of all; our amazing team. We are so fortunate to have people who come to work every day with their love for animals and desire to make the world a better place.

Thank you! BC Wildfires Fundraiser, Aug 10, 2017

A heartfelt thank you to the many wonderful people who supported our 'Trim Those Paws For a Great Cause' fundraiser to help animals affected by the BC Wildfires. Over the last month we raised $1,301 for the BC SPCA Emergency Appeal. If you would like to donate personally, visit the BC SPCA Emergency Appeal donation page by clicking here.

 

Trim Those Paws For A Great Cause, July 11, 2017

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital has started a Pet Nail Trim fundraiser with 100% of proceeds going to support pets and animals impacted by the terrible wildfires here in BC. The pet nail trims are by donation (regular price is $15 but feel free to donate any amount) and while you don't have to make an appointment, please call ahead so that you won't be kept waiting.

Mountain View Launches 'Keep Pets Cool' Campaign, June 11, 2017

Mountain View Veterinary Hospital has launched a campaign to help keep pets out of hot cars this summer. We are offering free window cling signs to local businesses that let their customers know they are welcome to bring their pets inside and not leave them in a hot car. The signs can be picked-up at Mountain View or at Langley Animal Protection Society. More information on the Campaign is available in the Langley Advance and Langley Times

Mountain View Wins National 'Got A Pet, Get A Vet' Contest, May 28, 2017

A special thank you to our *amazing* staff, clients, friends and community for helping us win this national award. We are so fortunate to have your encouragement, support and friendship. Also, a big thank you to the sponsors of this award including the Ontario SPCA and Ontario Veterinary Medical Association. To read more about the award, read the article in the Langley Advance.

Mountain View Mangy Milers Win Top Fundraising Team at LAPS Furry Tail Foot Race, Apr 30, 2017

The Mountain View Mangy Milers had a fantastic time at 2nd Annual LAPS Furry Tail Foot Race. Thank you to all the runners, volunteers and the amazing people at LAPS for putting on this fun event. Also, a HUGE thank you to the many people who sponsored our team, because of you we won the Top Team Fundraising award! To read more on the run, check out the Langley Advance article.

Mountain View Sponsors 3 Local Families for Christmas, Dec 7, 2016

A HUGE thank you to all the amazing people who supported our 'Trim Those Paws For A Great Cause' fundraiser. Thanks to you, 3 local families will have a brighter Christmas. Also, another BIG thanks to our team of Mountain View Elves: Robyn, Theresa, Sarah and Renee who donated their time to getting everything purchased & organized.

Langley Advance - Fire Kittens Furrytail Ending, Oct 20, 2016

A great story in the Langley Advance on the Fire Kittens furrytail ending. So proud to work alongside these amazing people who came together to save the kittens: Township of Langley Fire Department, Langley Township Firefighters, and Langley Animal Protection Society. To read the full article click here.

CBC Coverage - Langley Feral Cat Fixathon, Oct 17, 2016

Thank you very much to the CBC for covering the Feral Cat Fixathon that we did in partnership with Tinykittens. Click here to read the full story.

Langley Times - Feral Cat Fixathon, Oct 18, 2016

More incredible support from local media to promote the amazing work that Tinykittens does in our community. We trapped and spayed/neatured 27 feral cats to help humanely reduce the feral cat population locally. Click here to read the full story and watch the video.

Donated Pet 02 Masks Help Save Kittens, Aug 15, 2016

Once again a BIG thank you to all those who supported our Pet Oxygen Mask Fundraiser enabling the donation of the Pet 02 Kits that helped save these kittens! Click here or on the picture to read the full story.

Dr. Ferguson Visits Tinykittens to Ultrasound Starling, Aug 10, 2016

As part of our ongoing support of the amazing work that Tinykittens is doing to humanely reduce the feral cat population in our community, Dr. Ferguson visits TK HQ to do a check-up and ultrasound on Starling to see how her kittens are doing. Click the video below to watch the full story.

Donated Pet 02 Masks Used to Revive Cat, May 26, 2016

Great news out of Abbotsford, the Pet Oxygen Masks that we donated last year were used to revive a cat that had been trapped in a house fire. Great work Abbotsford Fire and thank you to all the generous people who supported our fundraiser. Click the video below to watch the full story.

Working To Give Cassidy A Leg Up in Life, Mar. 31, 2016

Thank you to the Langley Times for covering the work that we've been doing with Tinykittens to help 'Miracle Kitten' Cassidy. The field of prosthetics has been rapidly improving and our work with Cassidy will not only improve his quality of life, but also add to our knowledge, helping pets *and* people in the future. The full story, click here.

Donated Pet O2 Masks Help Save Cats, Mar. 14, 2016

Once again a HUGE thank you to all those who donated, supported and helped spread the word about our Pet Oxygen Mask Fundraiser last year! This week Langley City Fire Rescue were able to use the masks we donated to help resuscitate two cats that had been trapped in an apartment fire. To read more check out the Langley Times and Langley Advance articles.

World's First Ultrasound Of A Pregnant Feral Cat? Mar. 2, 2016

While Tinykittens (TK) can't confirm if this was the world's first ultrasound of a pregnant feral cat, it is fair to say that this level of care for ferals does not happen often and to be in awe of the incredible dedication of TK & People for Happier Cats. Mountain View is thrilled to be working alongside these amazing people to humanely reduce our local feral cat population, which is estimated to be over 20,000 in Langley.

Tinykittens Check-up and Q&A Session, Sept. 29, 2015

Dr. Ferguson visited Tinykittens HQ to give the Mountain View and Dream Works kittens their check-ups and vaccines. She also does a check-up on Cassidy, the awesome little bi-pawed kitten who is amazing everyone with his courage & tenacity.

Langley Advance, Cassidy From Tinykittens, Sept. 23, 2015

Thank you to the Langley Advance​ for covering the story about Cassidy. This poor little guy was found missing his two back legs and was in very bad shape. Rescued by Shelly at Tinykittens, Dr. Ferguson, Dr. Henderson and the team at Mountain View have been working to help him recover and find his furry-tail ending. To read the complete article click here, and to watch this amazing little force of nature on webcam, check him out at: Tinykittens Cassidy Cam

Alberni Valley News, Pet O2 Masks Help Save Puppies, Aug 20 2015

Wonderful news out of Port Alberni. Due to the incredible people who supported our Pet Oxygen Mask Fundraiser, we were able to donate two kits to the Port Alberni Fire Department along with a third kit donated by Port Alberni resident, Greg Marks. They were used yesterday to help save two puppies caught in a fire. To read the story click here, and play the video below to see video taken on-scene. Thank you everyone!

Tinykittens, Neuter Surgery Webcast, Aug 17 2015

The "Bad Boys" kittens from the Taylor Swift Litter at Langley Animal Protection Society were in for their neuter surgeries. We webcast surgeries to educate people on how safely neuter surgeries can be performed and how quickly the kittens recover. They were back wrestling within an hour! Missed the webcast? Play the video and don't worry if you are a bit squeamish, the camera angle is set-up so you don't see *everything*.

CTV News at Six, July 10 2015

Wonderful to see CTV News at Six helping to get the word out about the increasing number of Fire Departments getting Pet Oxygen Masks on-board. We really appreciate them including our recent donations to Township of Langley, City of Langley, Abbotsford and Port Coquitlam.

CBC News, July 10 2015

Thank you to CBC News Vancouver for the coverage of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits being donated to the Port Coquitlam Fire and Emergency Services. To read the full story please click here.

CBC News, July 10 2015

More great local support of our Pet Oxygen Mask Kit fundraiser and donation to Port Coquitlam Fire and Emergency Services. To read the full story by clicking here.

CTV News, July 9 2015

Thank you to CTV News Vancouver for covering our donation of Pet Oxygen Mask Kits to the Port Coquitlam Fire and Emergency Services.

Langley Times, July 9 2015

Very happy that our recently donated Pet Oxygen Mask Kits could be used to help this dog. A BIG thank you to all of our amazing clients, suppliers and online friends who helped us raise money to purchase these kits. Your donation has made a difference! Also, great work by the Home Depot Employee and Township of Langley Firefighters! To read the article on his rescue click here

Tinykittens Webcast and Q&A Session, July 6 2015

Dr. Ferguson visits Tinykittens HQ to give 4 rescue kittens their 8-week physical exams and vaccines. She then answers questions from webcast viewers on things such as cat health, senior cats, diabetes, raw diets / nutrition, vaccines and de-worming.

Joy TV - Fraser Focus - June 28th, 2015

We really appreciate Leah & Dean from Fraser Focus going behind the scenes of our Pet Oxygen Mask Kit Fundraiser to show why it is important for Fire Trucks to carry this gear. A HUGE thank you to Captain Ben Robertson for the Abbotsford FD (featured) for being our 'go-to' guy for contacting local Fire Departments. Click here to watch the segment.

Global News Hour - June 1st, 2015

Thank you Global News Hour for covering our donation to the Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service and helping raise awareness of our Pet Oxygen Mask Kit Fundraiser.

Tinykittens Webcast and Q&A Session, May 18th 2015

Dr. Ferguson visits Tinykittens HQ to provide check-ups the latest litters of kittens rescued by Langley Animal Protection Society.

Global News May 15th 2015

Thank you Global News BC / BC 1 for covering our Pet Oxygen Mask Kit Fundraiser to place pet oxygen masks on fire trucks in the Vancouver area.

Langley Times May 7th 2015

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Thank you to the Langley Times for covering the presentation of the Pet Oxygen Mask Kits to the Township of Langley Fire Department. Also a big thank you to the Langley Township Firefighters - IAAF 4550 for all your support and encouragement.

Cupcake Fundraiser Feb 10th 2015

With the help and support of our amazing staff and wonderful clients, Mountain View was able to raise over $600 for Langley Animal Protection Society as part of National Cupcake Day! A big thank you to everyone who bought cupcakes, catnip toys, had their pets nails trimmed, or made a donation. The work that SPCA's and Animal Shelters do is incredibly important and you've helped make a real difference.

Langley Times July 3rd, 2013

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