We believe in keeping your pet healthy and happy. From routine exams to more comprehensive wellness services!
Regular Exams are crucial for keeping your pet’s health up to date. Though it is recommended that you visit more frequently, yearly Exams are minimal.
Routine Health Exams
Bringing your pet in for regular checkups goes a long way to maintaining their good health. That way, if there is something wrong, we know right away and can treat it appropriately.
Nutrition and Weight Management
A healthy pet is one who has good nutrition. We offer nutritional advice and weight management programs to help your pet maintain a good body weight.
Vaccination and Parasite Control
It is very important to keep your pet's vaccinations up to date. After their initial set of vaccinations as puppies or kittens, they should be brought back for yearly vaccinations. If you’re unsure what you need, don’t worry; our veterinarian can discuss vaccinations to give you a clearer idea of exactly what your pet needs.
If you’re planning on leaving Canada, talk to our vet as soon as possible. The pet health certification process is lengthy, often taking many months to complete. Don’t put your plans in jeopardy; give us a call and we can help you get the process started sooner, to keep your schedule on track.
Oral health is an important foundational piece of your pet’s health. We offer preventative approaches to dental health, keeping your pet healthy and happy.
Time comes for us all, including your pet. They will age and we want to help them age with dignity and grace. Our advice can help you and your pet navigate this life stage.
They took amazing care of my cat Ella
- Chantal R.
Training and Behaviour
Training your pet can be an arduous task. Pets don’t always behave, and being an owner can be frustrating in those situations. We can work with you to help find the best solutions for both you and your pet.
Microchipping and ID
Each year, millions of pets go missing and many do not safely return home. Microchipping your pet is a safe and effective way to help your pet return home if he or she goes missing. A microchip is a very small capsule, about the size of a grain of rice that is inserted under the skin between the shoulder blades. It contains a computerized chip that stores an identification code that is unique to each animal.
Microchips are very reliable and non-alterable and will last the lifetime of your pet. Animal shelters and veterinary clinics are equipped with scanners that can read the microchip and identify the owner of the pet. The information can help quickly reunite you with your pet if he or she is lost!
Pet Insurance Advice
Emergency vet care can be expensive, but you don’t want to be forced to make a decision that you don’t want to make. Insurance can help ease unexpected financial burdens and provide the best care possible for your pet.
Pet Travel Advice
Taking a vacation with your animal buddy? There are many rules, regulations, and other things to be aware of. Let us help you navigate the seas of taking your pet travelling.
Contact us today to book your pet’s next appointment.