What’s better than curling up on the couch with your friends, family and pets to watch a movie during a chilly March break!? And what’s better than a feel-good funny movie about pets? We might be biased, but we think the envelope goes to any of this list of twenty of our favourite animal-related movies!
We are very happy to welcome Heather to our wonderful Client Care team. You will meet her on the phone, or assisting you and your four-legged family at our front desk. Heather has had pets all her life and has a deep love for pets of all kinds. You can learn more about Heather by…
This year, the staff at Blue Cross Animal Hospital decided to give back to less fortunate pets in need!
You may know that once a month we close the doors for three hours on a Wednesday afternoon. You might think it’s unusual for us to spend valuable daylight hours closed to clients, but these hours go to the heart of our practice here at Blue Cross Animal Hospital. Our mission statement starts with these…
We’re very glad to welcome Shawna and Abbey, two great new additions to the Client Care team.
We are very happy to welcome Emily to our patient care team. Emily brings her love for pets and her deeply caring nature to Blue Cross Animal Hospital.
Today marks Dr. Hazel Eaglesome’s 30th anniversary at Blue Cross Animal Hospital.
A warm welcome to Lovelle on the Patient Care team, and to Lorna on our Client Care team.
Every year when the holidays roll around, our awesome team of staff members has a “Secret Santa” gift exchange. This year, we decided to switch things up!
Grace and Jennifer are both wonderful additions to our Client Care team. Welcome to you both—we’re glad to have you aboard!
For 2017 National Veterinary Technician Week, we want to give a massive, howling round of appreciation to our fantastic Technician Team.
Some dogs come bounding in to see us. Some dogs put the brakes on as soon as they know where they are. Some cats stroll out of their carriers and take over the exam room. Some cats cower at the back of their carriers trying to make themselves invisible. At Blue Cross Animal Hospital we…