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Cat Vaccinations

Vaccines are a key part of preventative health care that enable your cat to develop immunity to all kinds of viruses and bacteria.


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Welcome to Harbour Cities Veterinary Hospital in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Harbour Cities Veterinary Hospital was founded in 1971 and has been growing continuously, moving to its present location in 1985. In 2008, the hospital underwent extensive renovations providing for a modern, fully heated/air-conditioned Boarding facility as well as a full-service Veterinary Hospital.

Many of our clients began their relationship with Harbour Cities as children accompanying their parents and now regularly bring their own pets and family to the hospital. Being centrally located for the past forty years, our client base has expanded throughout the HRM.

The doctors and staff of Harbour Cities are proud to have been directly involved with assisting Greyhound Pets of Atlantic Canada in bringing thousands of greyhounds off the racetracks and into loving, forever homes. Our goal of improving the lives of all animals has also led us to support and working with the local charity group ElderDog.

Meet the Team
The staff here are amazing! I've been bringing my dog Luna to Harbour Cities Veterinary Hospital since around Christmas…

Parker Jackson

Amazing techs and vets!! They took amazing care of my kittens Molly and Finn. Thank you!

Sherry Briere

Great vet! They are all so helpful and friendly. My dog had a hematoma on her ear and they fixed…

Jenna M

The staff here are great! We bring both our cat and our Greyhound to these guys, and they're always great. Friendly…

Matthew Carter

My former vet till moving. Friendly staff and my cat loves her doctor.

Cynthia Judge



Rabies - It’s Scary but Preventable!

Now and then, a story about rabies in humans or our pets hits the news.

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Gastrointestinal Biome

Diarrhea and upset stomach can be upsetting for both our pets and ourselves.

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