Paralysis, seizures and many other neurological diseases are, by their very nature, terrifying for both an owner and their pet. Veterinary neurologists have expertise and vast experience in dealing specifically with these conditions, which is why family veterinarians rely on their help for challenging cases.

Key to determining what is causing the problem is a full neurological examination, at the end of which the neurologist will provide you with several options. These options may range from a few blood tests or a simple treatment to a CT scan or MRI. Sometimes, all that is needed is a second opinion to help better understand your pet’s problem.

For the Appointment Process:

After your consultation we will provide you with a written estimate for all tests that you might wish to consider and an estimate for any hospitalization or surgery. Should your pet have to be admitted then we will call you every day about your pet’s condition, and of course you are welcome to visit as well; we will also send you E-mail updates of your bill daily. If your pet stays with us we will provide comprehensive notes at the time of discharge with instructions for you to follow.

Neurology Team


Dr. Nicholas Sharp

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Dr. Rachel Lampe

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Dr. Francesca Samarani

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Dr. Ruby Ng

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1988 Kootenay Street, Vancouver, B.C. V5M 4Y3
T: 604.473.4882 | F: 604.473.4898

We are located in Greater Vancouver beside the Trans Canada Highway (Highway 1) — one block south of the 1st Avenue exit (EXIT 27) from Highway 1


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