Welcome to your Veterinary Clinic in Thornhill

We are here to answer your questions, address your concerns and partner with you to ensure your pet’s healthcare needs are properly met. Our veterinarians and veterinary technicians are expertly trained in cutting edge treatments and procedures. Our facility boasts the latest and most innovative equipment and is designed to deliver the best veterinary care possible, in an environment that is comfortable for pets and their families.

We work with dogs and cats from infancy through the golden years. Services at our veterinary clinic include inoculations and wellness care, surgery and anesthesia, dentistry and laser surgery, senior pet evaluations as well as grooming and boarding.

We work very closely with our clients, the community and veterinary experts to ensure the best care possible. We feel honoured to be entrusted with your pet!

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  • Reasons to Microchip Your Pet

    Microchip your pet. Reasons why microchipping your pet is a good a idea

    No pet-owner wants to think about the possibility of losing their furry friend, but the truth of the matter is, sometimes dogs and cats go missing. While the majority of Canadians do not microchip their pets, the statistics show that dogs and cats are over 10 times more likely to be returned to their families if they are microchipped. If ...

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  • House soiling: Inappropriate Elimination in Dogs and Cats

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  • The Dangers of Poor Dental Hygiene in Pets

    Pet dental care

    Have you ever taken a look inside your pet’s mouth? If you do, you might be surprised at what you see. Oral health problems are a struggle for both dogs and cats. An estimated 80 percent of dogs have significant oral problems, and their owners have no idea that their pets are suffering. Cat owners are surprised to learn that ...

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