We are dedicated to provide quality pet care with practicality.
Communication and mutual understanding between our staff and our clients is a crucial part of our practice. We understand that it is difficult to see our pets not feeling well. We are here not only to provide medical support but also compassion to make it easier for you and your pets.
We invite you to come visit our clinic and share stories about your furry friends.
overall physical examination including oral and otic check, listening to their chest with stethoscope (auscultation) and feeling specific area of body (palpation)
tattoo or microchip for international travels and helps tracking your pet easier
provides castration and ovariohysterectomy for cats and dogs, growth removal and declaw removals either with sedation and local
offers vaccinations for different diseases for their long and healthy lives.
thorough oral care including teeth scaling, polishing and extractions if needed
offers basic nail-trim and anal glands expression for cats and dogs and lion-cuts for cats under sedation
Dr. Yun Kim, DVM
He came from South Korea and his Canadian vet career started in Macleod Trail Animal Hospital, Calgary, Alberta in 2008.
He learned how good old vets worked from Dr. McCarthy, Dr. McConkey and Dr. Pyka and gained a great deal of experience for five years.
He moved to BC for the better weather in 2012, leaving Rocky Mountain behind, where he enjoyed snowboarding and hiking. He worked in Killarney and Champlain animal clinic in Vancouver and was acquainted with pet owners and vets in the area.
He started Burkeview animal hospital in 2014 and wanted to provide effective and reasonable services in both medicine and cost. That is the way good old vets used to work.
He is interested in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and senior pet care.
Dr. Vivien Leung, BSc, DVM, CVA
After completing a BSc at the University of British Columbia, Vivien decided to pursue a career in her childhood dreams to become a veterinarian. She started working as a veterinary assistant in Vancouver, and went on to complete her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon.
She was involved in veterinary work around the world, including Uganda, Hong Kong, and Singapore, but has since returned to her home province --the beautiful British Columbia-- to work as a small animal veterinarian. She was also trained at the Chi University in Florida for Small Animal Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Food Therapy.
She has special interest in feline patients and exotic pets, as well as Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
Vivien speaks fluent English and Cantonese, and have working knowledge of Mandarin.
In Case of Emergency-
Please Contact the following emergency hospital:
1. Central Animal Emergency Clinic
Address: 812 Roderick Ave, Coquitlam
Phone # 604-931-1911
2. Animal Emergency Clinic
of the Fraser Valley
Address: 6325 204 st#302, Langley
104 - 1125 Nicola Ave, Port Coquitlam
BC V3B 8B2
Tel: 604 - 475 - 5134
MONDAY - FRIDAY
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
9:00AM - 5:00PM
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