Since 1996, Dr. Ken Seaman and his staff at Puntledge Veterinarian Clinic have provided the Comox Valley with quality veterinarian care, in a gentle, caring atmosphere. Dr. Ken Seaman and his staff work to provide clients and their pets with the same care, service, and compassion that they expect for their own pets.

Puntledge Veterinary Clinic has been privileged to send its veterinarians on various animal assistance projects worldwide, such as the Canadian Animal Assistance Team (C.A.A.T.), and the Yelapa Animal Project more recently.We have been actively involved with M.A.R.S. Wildlife Rehabilitation in the past as well.

Please look around our website and learn more about our services, our doctors and staff, and more. If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment give us a call at (250) 338-0537.

March 24, 2020

 Good afternoon Puntledge family and friends!

Hoping you are all staying healthy! Physically and mentally! 

 As of today, we are going to shorten the clinic hours to Monday through Friday, 8am -4pm.
However, please call 250-338-0537 anytime for emergencies.

➡️ We are still doing all we can to maintain the appropriate protocols advised by Health Canada, and it pains all of us to suddenly stop being able to hug, snuggle and fawn over our patients.
Please understand why we have to. The safety of our doctor and nurses, and you and your families, is currently more important than our usual pleasant exchanges when you visit the clinic.
The stricter we adhere to this new normal, the faster we can heal. 
➡️ We will still offer home delivery to isolated individuals as long as we have staff to provide it.
➡️ As always, medications require a 24 hour advance notice, however, things are changing quickly so you might need to exercise a bit more patience. Two weeks up to one month of foods, supplements or medications are sufficient to have on hand.
➡️ We continue to limit food and medication purchases to “reasonable and customary” amounts, and in some cases might limit to less than your normal purchase.
 Appointments with the doctor are limited. PLEASE DO NOT just walk in, call in advance.The nurses will triage your situation over the phone and direct you further.

 Keep safe, keep supportive  AND KEEP WASHING YOUR HANDS! 

 
For up to date information regarding procedures and protocols, please reference;
 
https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/prevention-risks.html