We perform tests and get results quickly in our in-house laboratory so that we can diagnose your pet’s symptoms and begin treatment as soon as possible.
Our pharmacy is stocked with a range of prescription diets and medications, providing us quick access to any medications your pet may need while in our care.
Our hospital able to perform laboratory work like blood tests, urinalyses, and snap tests in-house to receive same-day results, and our team is able to send out laboratory work to Idexx Laboratories to test blood, urine, feces, tissue samples, etc. These tests give our doctors the information necessary to confirm and rule out diagnoses and ensure the proper care and treatment for your pet.
Creditview Eglinton Animal Hospital provides comprehensive preventive, surgical and emergency veterinary services for pets.
Pet owners should consult with their veterinarian to determine the best age to spay or neuter their cat or dog. Some research indicates there may be long-term health benefits to spaying or neutering dogs after they have passed through puberty.
Many veterinary professionals recommend that female animals be spayed before their first heat, which can occur as early as 5 months of age. However, there is increasing evidence that this is too young as the animals have not been allowed to fully develop and grow.
Wellness exams are critical to helping your pet maintain good long-term physical health.
Combined with regular vaccinations, parasite prevention and proper nutrition, these routine examinations include regular physical check-ups to give your pet the best chance at excellent lifelong health.
When you bring your pet in for their regular check-up, we can prevent health issues from developing in your pet, or catch them early on, when they are most treatable.
Our pets can develop periodontal disease or tooth decay as a consequence of poor oral health.
Just like in humans, when animals eat, plaque sticks to their teeth and can build up into tartar if not brushed away regularly.
This can lead to infections in the mouth, periodontal disease, tooth decay, and even loose or missing teeth. That’s why regular dental care is essential to preventing pain or disease in the gums.