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Mobile veterinarians coming to Barriere

Small pet owners in Barriere and area are rejoicing at the recent announcement that Cariboo Country Mobile Veterinary Services will be attending the community two days a month, starting June 19 and 20, and and July 17 and 18.  They will be conveniently situated in the south side parking lot at Knights Inn, and are booking appointments now.

Cariboo Country Mobile Veterinary Services’ (CCMVS) are providing veterinary care to pet owners in rural areas and the small communities of the South Cariboo.  Their mobile clinic serves multiple locations, including Lac La Hache, 70 Mile House, Clinton, Interlakes, Clearwater, and now Barriere.  They offer convenient, affordable, quality pet care close to home, helping clients’ pets live long, happy and healthy lives.

Everyone at CCMVS is committed to professional, caring, personalized service for small animals such as cats, dogs, guinea pigs, ferrets, etc.  Spay/neuters and day surgery are performed in the mobile unit, as well as dentistry, examinations, vaccines and other procedures that help keep pets comfortable and healthy. There is also an in-house lab and pharmacy.

You can make an appointment by calling 1-250-644-PETS(7387), or find out more by going to: www.cariboomobilevet.com, or email:info@cariboomobilevet.com

 

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