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Welcome to Alpha Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Abbotsford, BC
Call us at (604) 859-6322

Welcome to Alpha Animal Hospital!

Your Choice Veterinarians in Abbotsford, BC

Welcome to Alpha Animal Hospital, your trusted veterinary specialists in Abbotsford. Our team of emergency care providers can help manage your pet's health problems and bring them back to great shape. We offer comprehensive veterinary services, from lab diagnostics to behavior consultation.

Meet Our Team of Dedicated Abbotsford Veterinarians

Our core of veterinary providers includes Dr. Vinesh Jalan and Dr. Vipan Jalan. Both like to spend their time exploring the beautiful Canadian wilderness and spending time with their children and their pet Chihuahua. They have both provided veterinary care for a variety of animals, from dogs and cats to horses and pigs.

Veterinary Services

Just a few of the veterinary services offered at Alpha Animal Hospital include:

  • Pet Identification  – We can identify your pet if it gets lost or runs away from home.
  • Digital X-Ray – Check your pet for any serious issues that could be plaguing their health.
  • Tonometry – Manage your pet's health eye care with this pressure test.
  • Laser Surgery – Treat various diseases with this non-invasive treatment method
  • Exotic Pet Management – Learn more about exotic pets and their special needs.
  • Pet Nutrition – Make sure your pets are healthy by balancing their nutrition.
  • Vaccination – Get your pet's vaccines up-to-date with us.
  • Exotic Pet Care – We provide veterinary care for pocket pets like rats, rabbits, guinea pigs, and hamsters.
  • Emergency Veterinary Treatment – We can provide urgent veterinary care in cases of trauma, cuts, lacerations, poisoning, and more.

We Can Help You Choose a Pet

Not sure which pet would be a good addition to your family? We can help! With the use of our comprehensive pet-matching and pet selector, we can match you up with the right pet for your needs.

Contact Our Abbotsford Veterinarians Today

Contact Alpha Animal Hospital in Abbotsford, BC by calling (604) 859-6322. We can provide you with the pet nutrition, dental health, behavior consultation, digital x-ray, tonometry, and lab services that you need. Beyond that, we also provide vaccines and laser surgery for other types of problems. Our emergency care team is always ready to help manage the health of your loving pets.

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Meet the Veterinarians

  • Dr.
    Vipan Jalan
    Dr. Vipan graduated from Veterinary School in India in 1998. A voracious learner, Dr. Vipan then decided to spend two more years at school learning all about pharmacology. She received her master’s degree in 2000. As busy as she was, and continues to be, she always makes time for her husband, Dr. VJ, they’re two children and her best friend, the family’s Chihuahua.
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  • Dr.
    Vishesh Jalan
    Dr. V. Jalan received his veterinary training in India in 1995 and worked there for several years. Although he had family and friends in India, he realized that Canada offered him and his family more opportunities. It was a big move and a huge decision, but one that Dr. V Jalan and his wife, Dr. Vipan are happy that they pursued.
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Hear From Happy Pet Owners

  • ""I had a great experience here. Clean and a newer facility. We were greeted by a friendly Debra and placed in an exam room. Dr. Vipan is knowledgeable and was thorough with her exam. Steve our little baby felt comfortable through the entire session. Did not push us much on diagnostics. A simple change in diet was the recommendation and it worked. Steve and I will ever be ever thankful to this clinic.""
    Rebecca T.
  • ""Dr. V and her husband not only take excellent care of our Benny's medical side but they truly love him. She greets Benny with a positive spirit as does the staff. Benny enjoys going to Alpha.""
    Jeffrey Z.
  • ""We recently moved to Abbotsford and I had my first experience today with Dr. Vipan. I am really impressed with this clinic! Dr Vipan took the time to address my many concerns with my elderly dog in such a kind and caring way. She also made him (and myself ) feel really comfortable in a new vet environment. Kudos to her and her staff!""
    Jenny H.
  • "Dr. V and her husband not only take excellent care of our Benny's medical side but they truly love him. She greets Benny with a positive spirit as does the staff. Benny enjoys going to Alpha."
    Jeffrey Z.

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