Little Mountain Veterinary Clinic, serving Chilliwack, Promontory, Sardis, Fairfield Island, Greendale, and the Fraser Valley, is committed to bringing health back and maintaining optimal health in pets through our popular wellness and oral health plans. Our veterinarian, Dr Josephine M. Banyard, DVM, DAVDC, is a veterinary dental specialist and has been a general practitioner since 1981. Dental referrals are accepted from the above areas,as well as Greater Vancouver and elsewhere in British Columbia. Our objective for our patients is for them to live a healthy life and to help their families maintain this optimal state.
Our AAHA accredited veterinary facility meets the exacting standards of AAHA and also the College of Veterinarians of British Columbia, CVBC. Dr Josephine Banyard, DVM, DAVDC accepts referrals for advanced dental procedures. Having graduated in 1981 from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, she is also an experienced general practitioner in medicine, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
Our staff are committed to helping you achieve the veterinary care your much loved pets need. They also have pets they love dearly and understand that you value yours as family members.
For an appointment please call our receptionist at 604-792-2844. If you wish, you can bring in a completed New Client form to your first appointment.
At Little Mountain Veterinary Clinic we represent you, our client. We regard the information in your pet's medical record as confidential and do not release them without your permission. We have the specialized medical training in animal health needed to diagnose, treat and meet your pet's health needs. Our recommendations are based on knowledge gained through medical research. All our staff, both professional staff and support staff attend regular continuing education seminars and workshops.
For presentations to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary office assistants and the public on topics in veterinary dentistry, please contact Dr Banyard at 604-792-2844. She enjoys sharing her experiences and spreading information about dentistry.
Dr Banyard's channel on You Tube is constantly changing as she adds more videos to it. You can check out her videos at
Professional Teeth Clean in a dog: Part 1 to 7 (This is the link to the first video of this series)
Extraction in a dog with Stage 4 periodontal disease: Parts 1 to 3. (This is the link to the first video of this series)
At Little Mountain Veterinary Clinic, we believe that only by being part of the family and healthy can pets be truly happy.
Josephine M. Banyard, DVM, DAVDC
Josephine M. Banyard | Little Mountain Veterinary Clinic |604-792-2844
46793 Yale Rd East
Chilliwack British Columbia V2P 2S5
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Dr Banyard's Blog
Our new videos:
Weather Alert: We are closed today until further notice due to freezing rain and hazardous driving conditions. Be safe and stay off the roads until driving conditions are no longer hazardous. We apologize of any inconvenience to you and your pets.
In our newest video we tell you what gum recession is and show you a few tips on how to recognize it.
New Video on You Tube:
New Video on You Tube:
This video shows x-rays of the upper right and left molar teeth at the back of the mouth in this dog. These teeth are hidden from view so this is very easily missed by pet owners.
This series of 3 short videos shows what the vet sees in the oral exam. Remember that now all the disease is seen. X-rays are needed to see how severe the problem is.
Do you ever wonder about how often your pet needs to have a professional teeth clean? You are not alone. Here is the answer and reasons why.
New video on You Tube:
This is for people who need a few ideas on how to best start out brushing their pet's teeth. For further information watch Dr Banyard's other videos on you tube, 'Dentistry for Pet Owners 101' and 'Professional teeth clean in a dog: Parts 1 to 7'.
24/7 emergency service is very costly to MediCare and no less costly to veterinarians. The following Emergency clinics are best equipped for your pet's emergency needs. For after hour emergency service please call:
1. Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley
Hours: Open 24/7
#306-6325 204th Street,
Langley, B.C. Canada V2Y 3B3
2. Abbotsford Valley Animal Emergency Clinic
Hours: Monday to Saturday 5pm to 8:00 am, Sunday and weekends 24hours
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