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Cat Services

We offer a full range of services for your cat!

 

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Puppy & Kitten Vaccinations

Puppies & kittens are vulnerable to some very serious illnesses. Find out how vaccinates can protect them from dangerous diseases.

 

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Nutrition Awareness Month

Pet food matters and choosing the right kind of food for your pet can be challenging!

 

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Welcome to Eastern Shore Veterinary Hospital in Porters Lake

Eastern Shore Veterinary Hospital was started in 1979 to provide quality veterinary service to the animals of the eastern shore region. The clinic was a separate building until 1988 when it was moved into the Lakeview Shopping Centre. The hospital grew with the surrounding communities and underwent an expansion in 2002.

The ESVH is staffed by several veterinarians, including Drs. Celeste Forgeron and Teigen Bond and a team of highly skilled technicians, veterinary assistants, and other client care specialists. You will also meet our resident cat Daisy when you visit. Daisy likes to greet our patients when they arrive and supervise the reception area (and catnip supply).

The team also provides veterinary care to injured wildlife. The injured wildlife is then transferred to the Hope for Wildlife Centre in Seaforth for further rehabilitation and eventual release. This hospital boasts an intimate and comfortable setting with a warm and inviting staff. Your pets are guaranteed the best of care.

Meet the Team
Amazing service all the way around. I have five dogs and it's nice to know after 7 years I have…

Shelly Steele

Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Great with all my pets even the cranky one. Very good to deal with and very…

Jessie Doucette

Best place on the Shore to bring your pets for any issues they may have. They always treat my animals…

Jacob Burnett

Great clinic, staff if wonderful

Scott Baker

Marianne Parent

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Kid Safety with Dogs

Dogs and kids can be best friends and get along great, but there are certain precautions and lessons you should teach your child about dogs. Dogs unfortunately cannot talk to us to tell us how they are feeling, and just like people they can have good days and bad days. It is important to learn to read dog body language to try to understand how your pet is feeling. It is also important to learn how to behave in order to make your dog confident and happy.

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How to choose a dog walker

Lets face it, having a dog is lots of fun, but lots of work too. Many of us have a busy lifestyle and can’t always take out Fido for a good long walk or run every day.  Wouldn't it be nice to come home to a tired and happy dog versus a wound up one full of unburned energy? Puppies and older dogs often need to go outside to do their business more frequently. A dog walker sounds like the perfect solution. But how to pick a good one?

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