Every year as the weather warms up pesky critter start to come back to annoy your furry friends. Prevention is always the best decision as it is much easier and…
Cat Lovers will find a quieter atmosphere without barking dogs. We are a veterinary facility that caters exclusively to the needs of your cat.
We are open longer to serve you better.
Monday to Friday 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Saturday 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Your convenience is important to us.
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Contact us to schedule your kitten for his or her first exam as soon as possible. Until your kitten has received a series of vaccines, he or she is susceptible to many serious but preventable diseases.Read More
One thing all cats have in common, is their need for a balanced diet. We help ensure that your pet is receiving the proper amount of vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, fiber and nutrients.Read More
To ensure a proper diagnosis, we often need to examine your pet. If you’re concerned that something may be wrong, please call us to schedule a medical assessment. We may ask you to bring in your pet right away.Read More
Parasites are organisms that live in or on your cat, causing harm. Some pet parasites can cause problems for people too, so keeping them out of your home is also good for you and your family.Read More
When we need to figure out what’s wrong with your cat, we routinely use x-rays to help identify the cause of the problem, rule out possible problems, or provide a list of possible causes.Read More
According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 70% of cats have dental disease by the age of 3. Dental (or periodontal) disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem in pets.Read More
Skin problems are common in dogs and cats and can be caused by hormonal disorders, allergies, infections, or parasites such as fleas and mites. These issues should be addressed promptly.Read More
A heart problem can affect your pet at any age although it is more often found in older pets. Heart failure occurs when the heart no longer has the ability to pump blood around the body effectively.Read More
Our experienced veterinarians provide many surgical services at our clinic, ranging from routine to advanced procedures. We want to ensure that our patients receive the best possible outcome.Read More
Spaying (ovariohysterectomy) and neutering (orchiectomy) are medical procedures that can provide major health benefits for cats. Sterilization is considered the best way to combat cat over population.Read More
Making sure our patients remain safe during surgery and other medical procedures is important to us. Our team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians is skilled in using anesthesia and monitoring patients.Read More
We look forward to being your cat’s home-away-from-home, helping them look and feel the way they deserve, when they board with us in one of our condos. Perfect for vacations or unexpected situations.Read More
Have you checked you fuzzy little friend’s dental health lately? Well if not then now is the time to do it. Poor dental hygiene can lead to other secondary health problems so make sure to keep your pets teeth clean by either brushing, treats designed for cleaning or by bringing your pet in for a dental check-up.Dr. Kendra LongFebruary is dental awareness month
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Caring for a cat brings many years of unconditional companionship and joy to our lives. Choosing the right cat for your home is essential to avoid behavioral problems that can make for a rocky relationship with your pet. Whether to adopt a kitten or an adult cat, take in a stray, select a male or a female, or have more than one cat are just a couple of the important questions to ask before making a decision that will last 15 to 20 years.Dr. Kendra LongChoosing the right cat for your home
Dr. Kendra Long graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph and has been practicing as a small animal veterinarian until realizing her dream of owning a feline-only hospital. Her interests include geriatric medicine, pain management, dermatology, dental care and surgery.
Nicolo started working with animals as a co-op high school student in 1999. Nicolo studied biology at the University of Guelph, where he received a Bachelor of Science. He continued his education and graduated from the Veterinarian Technician program at Seneca College.
Sarah has recently graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Sheridan College. Prior to completing the technician program she gained experience working as a Veterinary Assistant at a small animal clinic, wildlife rescue centre and humane society over the past 6 years.
Cassandra graduated from the Veterinary Assistant program at Seneca College. Cassandra has three rescued cats, Ariel, Felix and Luna, and two hamsters. One day she hopes to have a farm, as she loves both large and small animals. In her spare time she loves to go skating, camping, and hiking.
Amanda is a graduate of the Animal Care program from Sheridan College. She has been working in the animal field for 15 years and has a great passion for it. Amanda has also been a volunteer for several cat rescues since 1999 and loves fostering and volunteering.