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.
Cats and their owners appreciate a friendly environment free of noisy, barking dogs. Dr. Long’s areas of interest include geriatric medicine, pain management, dermatology, dental care and surgery.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Long enjoys traveling, water sports, playing the piano and reading novels. She currently lives in Brampton and has two fantastic, feisty calicos named Gwendalyn and Julia.
He started his career in the GTA where he worked in small animal practice and an emergency hospital. He enjoys the nursing aspect of veterinary medicine and helping animals recover from illnesses.
Nicolo has shared his home with rabbits, mice, hamsters, gerbils, cats and dogs. Currently he has a 6 year old Golden Retriever called Brandy and a 14 year old cat called Kit.
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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