For pet emergencies, call now 289-807-3647

ANNOUNCING: $50 Complete Pet Exam for New Clients!

Centre Street Animal Hospital is pleased to offer you a *full* initial exam for your pet(s) for only $50...and save over $120!

Just call now 289-807-3647 and say "I want the 50/50 promotion" and we will walk you through the details.

Here's what you get:

✓ Initial meet and greet.
✓ A full, 60 minute, 22+ point exam for your pet (value of $120)
✓ Go over findings and answer all your questions (even ones you didn't have).
✓ Complimentary nail trim also known as a "pawdicure" for puppies or kittens less than 6 months old (professional value of $25).
✓ An "everything you need to know" electronic educational binder if your pet is a puppy/kitten (professional value of $50).

and the promotion also includes:
✓ Applies to as many pets as you want to bring to their first exam with us.
✓ An additional $50 off their next neuter/spay or dentistry appointment.

It's easy to reserve your spot: just call now 289-807-3647 and say "I want the 50/50 promotion" and we will guide you through the details.

** This offer does not apply retroactively and is only available to new clients.

Like the other 4,775 clients that have joined us over the last 23 years, we are confident that you and your pet will love it here. You can read some of their kind words by clicking the stars:

If Your Cat Suffers From One of These Emergencies, Please Call Us Immediately:

1. Trauma

This can be anything physical such as getting hit by a car, falling, fighting with another animal etc. These traumas can lead to many issues including (but not limited to) fractures, head injuries, bleeding, breathing difficulties and shock. Also, if you have an outdoor cat, a fight with another cat can lead to dangerous cat bites which usually become infected and/or abscessed.

Note: your cat may appear to be fine immediately after the injury because some symptoms may not appear for several hours. Please do not delay in bringing your cat in as the injuries could be life threatening.

  1. Ingestion of Foreign Objects and/or Toxins

There are numerous things that cats can eat which can be very dangerous for them, this includes household medications, cleaning products, plants (Lily is a particularly toxic plant for cats), antifreeze, rat/ant/bug poisons, human foods that can be toxic (chocolate, onions, garlic etc.), or things that can get stuck in their digestive tract.

Cats are known to ingest string-like objects which can cause a “linear foreign body”, this is when that long object starts winding its way through the cat’s digestive tract and is a very dangerous potentially life-threatening condition.  We have also seen cats eat sewing string with the needle still attached!

If your cat eats something they shouldn’t, please bring them in immediately so we can assess the damage. Symptoms can include vomiting, fever, shock and lack of appetite.

  1. Difficulty Peeing

Male cats have a very narrow urethra which can get blocked easily, whether due to inflammation/infection or crystals/stones in their urine.  If they cannot pee their bladder overfills and may burst, they can go into acute kidney failure, and they often die.  If you notice your cat going back and forth to the litter box, straining but not producing any urine, vocalizing or yowling in the litter box or any abnormal litterbox behaviour; please bring them in immediately.

  1. Neurological Issues

Symptoms can include seizures, fainting/collapse, disorientation, sudden bumping into objects, abnormal tilt of their head to one side, circling or having trouble walking straight, pupils have two differing sizes and/or heat stroke. If you see your cat exhibiting any of these symptoms, bring them in to get checked right away. We can administer emergency medication to stop the cat from seizuring. We can also examine the cat to determine what might be causing the symptoms and can start emergency cooling procedures for heat stroke if required.

  1. Vomiting or Diarrhea

If your cat suffers from vomiting or diarrhea for more than 24 hours or if you see blood in their vomit, bring them to the clinic immediately. Cats can quickly become dehydrated when they are repeatedly losing fluid through vomiting and diarrhea and can go downhill quickly. We can investigate possible causes and supplement fluids if needed and start treatment.