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Adult Pet Care

Bringing your pet in for an annual diagnostic and wellness checkup can help reassure you that your pet is healthy. Learn more about how to care for your adult care!

 

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Senior Pet Awareness Month

We are celebrating senior pets! They are special in so many ways and we know senior pets need special care, but what should we do for them? How should we care for them to keep them healthy, happy and comfortable?

 

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Kitten Care

Our kitten wellness program is designed to help get your kitten started on the right path to a long and healthy life. Read more on our wellness programs!

 

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Welcome to Aylmer Veterinary Clinic in Aylmer, Ontario

Here at Aylmer Veterinary Clinic, we always welcome new clients and patients to our full-service veterinary practice in Aylmer, Ontario. We invite you to learn more about us by exploring our new website. We are excited about it, and we hope it provides you with all of the information you are looking for. If you still have questions, please give us a call and one of our team members will be happy to help you!

We provide veterinary care to pets in the following areas: Aylmer, St. Thomas, Tillsonburg, Belmont, Dorchester and surrounding areas.

We know you will be very happy with our services. Our veterinarians and staff are devoted to staying on top of the latest diagnostics, treatments, and wellness programs to maintain your pet’s optimal health. Let’s work together to keep your beloved furry friend happy and healthy!

To get started, we invite you to check out the What To Expect section and tour our veterinary hospital, and then contact our team or simply schedule an appointment.

We look forward to meeting you and your pets!

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Taking Your Pet to a Specialist

Should I Take My Pet to See a Specialist?

In recent weeks, our family's beloved wandering kitty fell upon some bad luck. It was likely just that - a fall, a misstep or something traumatic in nature that caused her to luxate (dislocate) the talus bone in her right ankle. Originally, we thought she had likely fractured her pelvis as she was limping and had extensive bruising in her thigh area.

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How To Protect Your Pet From Wildlife Exposure

One of the reasons I became a veterinarian is because I love animals. All animals. Imagine my disappointment when our cute little puppy, Jersey, grew up and decided to stalk the wildlife that has decided to enter our country yard. Thankfully, we have installed the Invisible Fence system at our home and she can spend hours outside staring up at the trees that house our squirrels and birds.

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