When a pet patient and parent enter our office, their health and well-being becomes our primary concern.
Our mission is to practice a high quality medicine at the forefront of the latest medical knowledge. The patient is at the heart of our concerns and the client receives a personalized service in a professional and warm.We treat your pet as if it were ours!As a proactive private enterprise, the Clinique's vision is to bring together a dynamic work team around common objectives to update and make profitable its facilities in order to maintain and consolidate its place on the Laval scale. This...
Whether your pet is young or old, you select the food you feel is best. You know what your pet likes? and what they simply leave untouched in their bowl. You understand that animals have their own tastes and you want to respect that.
Does it seem like lately they prefer soft food over hard, or perhaps they're refusing to eat at all? When you get a little closer, do you notice bad breath? Is your pet sick? One thing is certain, your furry friend is not feeling great and it has you concerned.
You saw them grow up. You've seen them in all kinds of moods. You've seen so many expressions in their eyes. You know them so well. You'd be able to pick your pet out of a crowd of thousands. There they are! Those are the eyes of your dog, cat or ferret. Happy, sad, excited.
Perhaps for a while now, you've noticed that your usually alert and playful pet seems listless. They don't play for very long-maybe not at all. They are easely out of breath and have difficulty breathing. Maybe they've even started coughing! At night, instead of sleeping soundly, they seem agitated.
We often see allergies in cats and dogs, with irritation being the most common symptom. Side effects include skin and ear infections. Therefore, you should consult your vet as soon as your pet starts scratching and can't seem to stop.
Your furry friend was always so happy to run and play whenever they got the chance? but perhaps they're not as spry as they used to be? You've noticed that your dog no longer greets you at the door. Your cat no longer jumps at the window.
It's true, isn't it, that you often refer to your pet as your friend, your companion? even your baby! Your cat, dog, ferret and bird are part of your daily life, part of the family. They share your home and are sensitive to your moods. And have done and been so in some cases, for many years.