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Open 24 Hours!

Fully staffed by veterinarians, Registered Veterinary Technicians, and Veterinary Assistants 24 hours a day.

 

Emergency and Critical Care

Pet Parasite Prevention

Parasite prevention is key to your pet's health, and at Riverview Animal Hospital we offer the latest in prevention & treatment to get your pets ready for spring. Book a visit now to learn more!

 

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Referral Medicine

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Family Practice

We offer a full list of services!

 

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New Addition to our Clinic!

Introducing Computed Tomography (CT Scans) at Riverview Animal Hospital

 

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Cat Friendly Accredited Clinic!

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AAHA Accredited Hospital

 

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Welcome to Riverview Animal Hospital in Riverview

Riverview Animal Hospital is staffed by veterinarians, registered veterinary technicians and assistants 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Our veterinary hospital is a full-service hospital that offers emergency and referral services 24 hours a day. We have proudly served our community for over 45 years, and accept patients from throughout New Brunswick. Should your pet require overnight or emergency veterinary care you can rest assured our veterinary team will always be there to help.

Emergency and Critical Care

As a 24 hour Emergency and Referral Center, Riverview Animal Hospital has a dedicated team of doctors, registered veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants in place to provide the 24/7 care that your pet may need. We are devoted to ensuring your pet receives the best medical care all while the patients family receives exceptional customer service. We understand that emergencies happen at any time of the day and that is why our consult fee will stay the same whether it is 3 in the afternoon or 3 in the morning.

Referral Services

Our team is here for you, whether you are a veterinarian looking to refer a patient or a client that would like some additional information on some of our exclusive services. Our Veterinarians work closely with you and your Veterinarian to ensure your pet receives the best medical care. Our team will inform your primary hospital during your pets stay with us, to ensure they are up to date on your pets medical care. Our referral services include Orthopedic, RadioIodine Therapy, Critical Care, Surgical, Imaging (including Ultrasound), as well as Endoscopy. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us anytime day or night at 387-4015.

Family Practice

Along with 24/7 emergency and referral services, we are a primary care practice as well. Here to take your pets health care to the next level with excellent health care and exceptional service. Our team will treat your pet like their own, from their early days to their golden years. We provide all your pets yearly health care needs, including yearly vaccines, spays and neuters, nutritional needs, as well as dental care. We will accommodate your schedule as much as possible to make caring for your pet easy for your busy family.

Meet the Team
Open every day even holidays. Which is why I started going there as my new puppy I got on…

Pami Dick

This is the only place Ill take my dogs to . Staff is friendly…

Onyx London

Our dog Sunny was recently diagnosed with a CCL injury in his right hind leg. Having already had TTA surgery…

Alexandre Boudreau

So pleasant to deal with vets. vet tech and staff.

Liliane Savoie

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