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Monday - 8:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday - 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday - 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday - 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday - 8:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday - 9:00am - 12:00pm
**Closed Sundays and Holidays
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In the event of an emergency after our business hours please call:
Burlington Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital:
775 Woodview Rd. Burlington:
Mississauga Oakville Veterinary Emergency Hospital
2285 Bristol Circle, Oakville
What's Happening in 2019?
Is your Pet a Senior?
Is your pet a Senior?
In the month of November, East Plains Animal Hospital is Celebrating our Senior Pets! The health of your pet can change rapidly as he or she ages, and changes can go unnoticed. Early intervention leads to a lifetime of good health!
Is your pet showing any of the following signs or behaviors?
*These signs may indicate changes in your senior pets health, and early detection can lead to disease prevention and a more comfortable pet!
Senior Wellness Month is Back! Nov 1-30, 2019!
During our Senior Pet Month, all specials for Feline (10 yrs+) and Canine (7 yrs+) patients include:
Call the clinic for pricing information and to book your Senior Pets assessment for this November!
Ticks and fleas are still here!
Fall weather is here, which means those pesky ticks aren't disappearing yet!! As long as the temperature remains over 4 degrees, ticks are active in the environment, and looking for a meal. Do you take your pet on hikes, trail walks or to tree covered areas with tall grass? Does your dog spend a lot of time outside? Have you ever found a tick on your pet? If the answer is yes, Be sure to ask us how to keep your furry friends protected from ticks and fleas this season!
Call us to find out which preventative product is the best fit for your furry family members!**
Coming Soon: Fall Lyme Vaccine Clinic
One of the main health risks ticks pose to both humans and our canines is Lyme disease - a bacterial infection transmitted predominantly by the deer tick. Since 2013, over 6000 cases of Canine Lyme Disease have been reported in Ontario, with nearly 400 cases occurring in the Hamilton and Burlington-Halton Regions.
Do you take your pet on hikes, trail walks or to tree covered areas with tall grass? Does your dog spend a lot of time outside? Have you ever found a tick on your pet? If the answer is yes, you may want to consider vaccination for Lyme disease! Contact the clinic for more information, or to book your Fall Lyme vaccination appointment.