Riverview Animal Hospital

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506-387-4015

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Clinic Hours

This location is open
24 hours a day
7 days a week

After Hours Emergency:
506-387-4015

Our Location

Riverview Animal Hospital
550 Pine Glen Road, Suite 100
Riverview, New Brunswick
E1B 4X2

E: info@riverviewah.ca
T: 506-387-4015
F: 506-387-7656

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Welcome to Riverview Animal Hospital

Riverview Animal Hospital is staffed by veterinarians and technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our veterinary clinic is a full service emergency hospital as well as open for every day pet appointments. We proudly serve patients in Riverview and the Greater Moncton Area of New Brunswick. We perform small animal services such as vaccines, spays, neuters, dentistries, and most other services that your pet will need over the course of their lives. Should your cat or dog require overnight or emergency vet care you can rest assured our veterinary staff will always be there to tend to your issues and keep a watchful eye. We have at least one veterinarian and one technician on site each and every night; weekends included. New clients are always welcome, we look forward to meeting you & your pets!

Our animal clinic offers a variety of services including:

24-Hour Emergency

Pet Surgery

Flea/Tick Control

Pet X-ray

Animal Laboratory Services

Veterinary Diet

Spay/Neuter Services

Pet Medication

Radio Iodine Therapy

Articles From Our Blog

  • mia butler the shih-tzu

    Pet of the Month: Mia

    Back in December this very special little Shih-Tzu was treated by Dr. Pulman for immune mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA). This is a condition where the body attacks and destroys its own red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the tissues of the body and pick up carbon dioxide to be exhaled...

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  • dental health

    February and March 2016 are Dental Months at Riverview Animal Hospital

    Your pets have dental health needs just like us. It’s important to keep a close eye on their oral health, as they won’t always let us know if something is wrong.  They start off by getting some fuzzy plaque on their teeth and then it starts calcifying into tartar. With time, that tartar w...

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  • Vet examining a dog

    Skin Lumps and Bumps Q&A

    It can be quite alarming to find a sudden lump or bump on your pet.  It’s hard not to have the scary “C” word in the back of your mind; cancer.  Before you start panicking, not all lumps and bumps are necessarily threatening. What should I do if I find a lump ...

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