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Our secure online store lets you order your pet care needs, when and where you want, at...

Leptospirosis can be fatal for animals

Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that affects the liver or kidneys.  It can be...

Linda Theijsmeijer embarks on a new journey...

Linda Theijsmeijer has been a staple at Clinton Veterinary Services; greeting our clients...

CLOSED for Family Day Holiday

Clinton Veterinary Services will be CLOSED on Monday February 19, 2018   While our...

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Through our web store, you can order your pet's prescription medication, foods and many other pet related items, any time, from anywhere with an internet connection.  For convenience, you can have your purchases shipped to the clinic for pick-up or you can have items delivered directly to your home. Click here to visit the WebStore, or please call, e-mail or visit us for more information!

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Out of Hours Emergency Service

*NEW - As of January 1, 2018, coverage for out of hours emergencies will be provided by the London Regional Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital. 

An after hours shared rotation between practices in Huron and Perth Counties will continue until January 2018 and is available at certain times to cover out of hours emergencies.  If your pet has an emergency outside of business hours, simply call the hospital’s regular phone number 519-482-3558, and the answering service will page the veterinarian on call.

Alternatively, you may contact the London Regional Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital.  They are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year-round.  They may be reached at 519.432.3300 or at www.londonregionalvet.com  The emergency fee at LRVERH is $85.00.



Mosquitoes are persistent pests, even in cold weather.


Heartworm infection in dogs has been diagnosed in Ontario. A heartworm is a parasitic worm that lives in the heart and circulatory system of an infected host. Dogs, cats and wild canids, like coyotes, can be infected with...

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Often, when people ask us about parasites, the conversation usually focuses on fleas and ticks. While these parasites are definitely  a concern, we should also be aware of parasitic worms. Many of these worms can make your pet sick, but they also have the potential to infect humans.  The CPEP (...

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