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Eagle Rise Animal Hospital


A part of the West Shore community since 2009

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Eagle Rise Animal Hospital


A part of the West Shore community since 2009

 

A Part of the West Shore Community since 2010

Eagle Rise Animal Hospital is Accepting New Patients!

Eagle Rise Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital, located in Victoria BC. Our professional, caring team will provide you and your pet with the best possible care from routine vaccinations to advanced diagnostics and surgery

 
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Dogs, Cats & exotic pets


We are happy to see dogs, cats, rabbits, reptiles and rodents  

See Our Services

Dogs, Cats & exotic pets


We are happy to see dogs, cats, rabbits, reptiles and rodents  

See Our Services

Location

202, 314 Wale Road

Contact

ph: 250 590 8445

fx: 250 590 8415

e-mail

Hours

Please call to schedule your appointment

Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 8:30am - 5:30pm

Thur 8:30am - 8pm

Saturday 9am - 5pm

Sunday - CLOSED

 

After Hours Emergency

Please contact the 24 hour Central Victoria Veterinary Hospital at 240 475 2495 for any after hours emergency

dr. Chris Collis
 

Owner / Veterinarian

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Dr. Collis graduated in 1989 from the Ontario Veterinary College and took his first veterinary job on Vancouver Island. After working in a variety of positions, he established Glenview Animal Hospital in 1995 and Eagle Rise Animal Hospital in 2010. He has enjoyed the day-to-day challenges of companion animal medicine, though these days he focuses mostly on practice management and supporting the veterinarians and staff to enhance their knowledge & skills. 

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Dr. Michele Martin

Veterinarian

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Dr. Martin graduated in 2000 from the Ontario Veterinary College after an earlier life in the financial field. Her passion for the pursuit of excellence in veterinary practice as well as applying her multitude of academic skills had her completing her Ph.D. in the immune response to breast cancer in women through the Deeley Research Centre and the University of Victoria in 2010. She can be found practicing veterinary medicine at Glenview & Eagle Rise Animal Hospitals and is the Veterinary Director at the University of Victoria, involved in clinical veterinary medicine and the teaching of medical students.

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Dr. Kathryn ash

Veterinarian 

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Dr. Ash graduated from the the University of Melbourne in 2016. Although she attended veterinary school in Australia, her family and roots are from the other great big Canadian Island, the one on the East Coast, Newfoundland.

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