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Virden Animal Hospital is a large, mixed animal practice serving the town of Virden and surrounding communities in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Our experienced doctors are extremely knowledgeable and go above and beyond to provide exceptional veterinary care. We offer many services in preventative health, medicine and surgery, ambulatory service, 24-7 emergency service and more. We are continually updating and acquiring the most progressive equipment and continuing education to be able to best serve our clients and patients.
Our registered animal health technologists are very friendly and compassionate. They are experts at handling, treating and caring for your animals to minimize stress and make the client and patient’s experience the best it can be.
All of our staff at VAH strive to provide great customer service and close relationships with our clients. We view our clients as good friends and neighbors and we are proud to be actively involved in the community.
Please browse our website and 'Meet Our Team' under the Menu Option . If you have any questions, call 204.748.3950 or email us and we'll get back to you as soon as possible. You can subscribe to the newsletter and read articles written for you. Hope to see you soon!
Virden Veterinarian | Virden Animal Hospital | 204-748-3950
NE 20-10-26 HWY 83 South
Virden, Manitoba R0M 2C0
At Virden Animal Hospital, we strive to provide our clients with the newest and most advanced diagnostic imaging services. We are excited to offer our new portable digital x-ray machine, new ultrasound and new digital dental x-ray machine.
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