Frequently Asked

Apollo Animal Hospital is proud to serve the Surrey, BC area for everything pet-related

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We try to answer everything. If you have any questions, call our emergency service number.

General Queries

Our clinic specializes in care for cats and dogs. We’re equipped to handle a wide range of medical situations for your furry companions.

Please bring any medical records or information about your pet’s health history. This helps us provide the most informed care possible.

Stay calm and call us immediately. Keep our contact information handy, and consider creating a pet first-aid kit with our guidance.

We understand the comfort your presence brings to your pet. While certain procedures may require you to wait, we strive to keep you informed and involved.

Yes, we are operational on weekends but the timings may vary.

Surgery Related

We provide detailed pre-surgery instructions, including fasting guidelines, medication protocols, and any necessary pre-operative tests. Our goal is to ensure your pet’s comfort and well-being throughout the process.

Post-surgery, we provide personalized care instructions, pain management plans, and follow-up appointments to monitor progress. Our team is here to support your pet’s recovery journey every step of the way.

While all surgeries carry some level of risk, our experienced veterinarians prioritize safety and use advanced techniques to minimize complications. We conduct thorough evaluations and discuss potential risks with pet owners beforehand.

Our veterinarians conduct comprehensive exams and diagnostic tests to determine if surgery is necessary. Common indicators include persistent pain, mobility issues, dental problems, and other medical conditions that may benefit from surgical intervention.

Our pricing for pet surgeries varies depending on the type of procedure, the complexity involved, and any additional services required.

Food Related

We recommend high-quality puppy/kitten food formulated for growth and development. Our team can guide you on portion sizes and feeding schedules for your young pet’s needs.

Gradually introduce the new food over several days by mixing it with the old food. Monitor for any digestive changes or allergies during the transition period.

Senior pets may benefit from diets with lower calorie content, joint support ingredients, and added antioxidants. We can recommend senior-specific food options tailored to your pet’s needs.

Common signs include itching, skin rashes, gastrointestinal upset, and ear infections. Our veterinarians can conduct allergy testing and recommend suitable hypoallergenic diets if needed.

Some human foods are safe in moderation, but others can be toxic to pets. We can provide a list of safe treats and advise on portion control to maintain your pet’s health.