Help Place a Smile on Your Pet

Dental health is key to the overall well-being of our pets. Starting February 1, 2020, schedule a visit, and we can help you brush up on oral healthcare and prevention of dental disease for your pets. Together we can achieve a healthier smile for your furry friend.


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Vaccinate Your Puppy

Puppies are more prone to contract a virus compared to an adult dog.


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Book a Consultation for Your Senior Cat

Older cats can develop behavioural issues due to discomfort caused by age-related diseases.


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Dental Care Is Important For Your Pet

Dental disease is one of the most prevalent yet preventable diseases in dogs and cats.


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Welcome to Oakbank Animal Hospital in Oakbank, Manitoba

Oakbank Birds Hill Animal Hospital has been serving the pets and people in the rural municipality of Springfield and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Dr. Neil Charnock and Dr. Catharine Moir established the hospital in 1988. Our team provides companion animal medicine and surgery to dogs, cats, rabbits, pocket pets, equine and hobby farm animals.

In April 2012, we built a beautiful 4300 square foot stand-alone building on the edge of town to better serve our valued clients and their pets. This new facility provides our patients with state-of-the-art veterinary equipment such as in-house laboratory equipment, digital X-rays, ultrasound and a dental suite. The hospital offers surgical expertise by a board-certified surgeon. Dermatology consultations and allergy tests are also available by a board-certified dermatologist.

At Oakbank Animal Hospital, we provide 24-hour after-hours emergency care for our regular clients. As a dedicated team comprised of veterinarians, registered veterinary technologists, veterinary assistants, veterinary receptionists, a practice manager and a kennel manager, we take great pride in serving our clients and their beloved pets!

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Kennel Cough

Recently we have seen an increased number of dogs with suspect 'kennel cough' type symptoms.

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