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Your Veterinarian in Burnaby BC

Call us today at 604-559-4488!

At Greystone Animal Hospital we believe your pets are family. Our goal is to provide your pets with the exceptional care they deserve and to provide you with the superior customer service you deserve! Our veterinary hospital is located in Greystone Plaza in North Burnaby with our clients coming from all over the lower mainland. Our experienced veterinarians are committed to helping your pets feel better. Greystone Animal hospital is dedicated to providing the best service and always be considered as the best pet hospital in the lower mainland.

At Greystone Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Varinder Kamboj

    Dr. Varinder Kamboj is a well-respected, experienced and contemporary veterinarian who has enjoyed working in the field of veterinary medicine for over 23 years. In 1987, Dr. Kamboj attended Punjab Agricultural University in Ludhiana City, India. He graduated in 1992 and began working as a small and large animal vet in Punjab, India.

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  • Jessie
    Veterinary Assistant

    Jessie Calverley is a veterinary assistant here at Greystone Animal Hospital. She’s striving to become a veterinary technician and is so grateful to be working along Dr. Ravi’s side. She’s grown up on a farm and as a young girl had always been surrounded by many animals from large to small.

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  • Kelsey
    Veterinary Assistant

    Kelsey Clay is a veterinary assistant at Greystone Animal Hospital and is working towards a career as a veterinarian. She is currently a student at the University of British Columbia in the Applied Animal Biology Program, with plans to apply to the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon.

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  • Layla

    Hello, I’m Layla and I live at Greystone Animal Hospital. I was born in early 2015 and still got quite the spring in my step. As an active trouble maker, I like to push the boundaries of what it means to be a curious cat by searching everywhere: in food bags, on top of shelves, in drawers, you name it. For fun I’ll practice with the mice – computer mice that is – because I’m always looking for my toy mouse. I SWEAR it just twitched.

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Burnaby Office


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