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Welcome to the Night Owl Bird Hospital
The Night Owl Bird hospital is a Vancouver based veterinary hospital, wholly dedicated to the provision of exceptional avian veterinary services. Our head veterinarian is Dr. Anne McDonald, who, like the entire staff, shares a special interest in your feathered friends.
Dr. McDonald's dedication to the welfare of her patients is so strong that she was recently recognized as the 2017 recipient of the CVMA Humane Award. The CVMA Humane Award is presented annually to a CVMA member whose work is judged to have contributed significantly to the welfare and well-being of animals.
We are fully staffed with animal enthusiasts that understand the meaningful, familial relationship that develops between an owner and their loved pet, and thus make it our mission that every patient and client is treated with the highest degree of individual care. At the Night Owl Bird Hospital, we will work with you and your beloved pet to understand any unique medical needs, treatment options, and ensure you have all the relevant information and tools needed when caring for your pet at home.
We are located on West Broadway Avenue between Maple & Cypress, with parking at the rear with alley access. We provide a number of services, including emergency care, laser therapy, X-rays, ultrasound, boarding services and much, much more!
|Tuesday||10 - 5pm|
|Wednesday||10 - 5pm|
|Thursday||10 - 5pm|
|Friday||10 - 5pm|
|Saturday||10 - 3pm|
|Sunday||10 - 1pm|
|Closed||10 - 5pm||10 - 5pm||10 - 5pm||10 - 5pm||10 - 3pm||10 - 1pm|
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Our parrots have visited Dr. Anne and her staff numerous times over the years. I cannot say enough about how wonderful Dr. Anne and her staff are. If you want top-notch care, this is the place to bring your bird to.