Dr. Oz is 2018 Citizen of the Year

Article Credit:  Steve MacNaull – Sep 26, 2018 Repost from: Kelowna Daily Courier For opening up his business to pets displaced by forest fires and floods, Dr. Moshe Oz of Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital has been awarded the Greater Westside Board of Trade’s citizen of the year award. The hospital sheltered and looked after cats and dogs for free for … Read More

10 pups, mom find home

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The 10 chocolate lab pups and their mom that almost lost their lives, have now found forever homes thanks to the Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital. “We were able to find homes for all of the 10 pups and the mom. Most of them are clients. We even had neighbours that adopted them. The mom went home first with one of her babies,” veterinary Dr. Oz said. … Read More

Free pups need homes!

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Story By: Madison Erhardt – Sep 12, 2018 Full Castanet Story Ten chocolate lab pups almost lost their lives, but thanks to care and support from Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital, momma dog and her babies will make a full recovery. And, the adorable pups are now looking for their forever homes. “An organization wants some help, and they all have … Read More

Dr. Oz Saves Baby Racoons In Kelowna

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Article Credit: Carmen Weld – Jul 6, 2016 / 3:21 pm Repost from: Castanet They were hungry, dehydrated, orphaned and about to die – but now three baby raccoons have a new lease on life. The three little male raccoons were discovered by a Kelowna man is his yard. While he initially tried to get the BC Conservation Office to come save … Read More

West Kelowna vet steps up to the plate again

By Kelly Hayes Video Journalist  Global News WEST KELOWNA — A West Kelowna veterinary is getting more recognition for going beyond the call of duty in saving a young dog’s life. The dog was part of a litter of five-week-old Border Collie pups discovered earlier this month at a Princeton ranch by two ladies on horseback. The pup was missing a … Read More

Veterinarian Ready To Help

July 19, 2015 Castanet – by Darren Handschuh Once again, Dr. Oz of Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital is opening his doors to cats or dogs displaced by the Bear Creek fire. While no evacuation orders have been given, Oz said should people have to evacuate their homes, they can bring their pets to his clinic at 2476 Westlake Rd. “I … Read More