Our Clinic is Closing as of June 30, 2019

We will be merging our practice with one of our sister hospitals, Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital, located only 6.3 km away.

Dear Valued Clients,

Woodbury Veterinary Hospital has been proud to serve the Halifax community for over 38 years. With our lease soon expiring and our current building no longer suitable for the services we wish to provide, it is time for us to relocate.

We are excited to announce that we will be merging our practice with one of our sister hospitals, Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital located at 278 Lacewood Drive in Halifax. This change is effective as of July 1, 2019.

Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital, also part of the PetFocus group of hospitals, is a newer facility offering a full complement of products and services that can better meet our clients’ needs.

If this location is not ideal and you would prefer to try one of our other nearby hospitals, please let us know.
We are reaching out to our clients via mail, email and social media. If we have not contacted you already, please call us to advise as to which of these 6 hospitals you would like your pet’s file to be transferred.

4 Paws Veterinary Hospital (24 Hour)
6410 Lady Hammond Road, Halifax, NS
2.4 km away

Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital (PetFocus)
278 Lacewood Drive, Halifax, NS
6.3 km away

Halifax Veterinary Hospital
6485 Quinpool Road, Halifax, NS
2 km away

Harbour Cities Veterinary Hospital (PetFocus)
194 Wyse Road, Dartmouth, NS
3 km away

PetWorks Veterinary Hospital (PetFocus)
850 Portland Street, Dartmouth, NS
14.5 km away

Spryfield Animal Hospital
320 Herring Cove Road, Halifax, NS
7 km away


Frequently Asked Questions


1.  Where will the Woodbury veterinarians and support team be located after the transition?

We are pleased that all team members will bring their expertise and skills to one of our nearby hospitals.

2.  Where will my pet’s files be transferred?
Prior to June 30, 2019, please call and let us know to which of the 6 hospitals you would like your pet’s file to be transferred. If we have not been in touch by June 30, your pet’s file will automatically be transferred to Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital. After July 1, if you wish your files to be transferred to a location other than Clayton Park, please contact Clayton Park and they will happily make the transfer.

3.  To which veterinary clinic should I take my pet after June 30, 2019?
If you communicated with us prior to June 30 and indicated where your pet’s file should be transferred, please take your furry family member to the location you had requested.
If you have not advised us prior to June 30 of your preferred new location, then as of July 1, 2019, you may take your pet to Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital. Your file will already be there. Please call ahead and book your appointment to ensure your waiting time is kept to a minimum.

We want to ensure a smooth transition for you and your pet. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Practice Manager, Lesley Graham, at lesley@4pawsveterinaryhospital.com or at 902.225.7543.

Thank you for your continued trust and support.

The team at Woodbury Veterinary Hospital

Excellent staff! I moved to Halifax from Vancouver with an elderly dog who has many health problems but the…

Doug Barton

It's always a pleasant experience for our dog, Mason and us when we go visit PetFocus Woodbury Veterinary Hospital. Mason…

Youjeen Cho

Small parking lot, so be prepared. Nice place, enough seats. Good staff. Very nice doctors! You'll leave happy (probably).

Igor Pekelny

All of our pets receive excellent care at PetFocus Woodbury. Not only is it close by, but it offers a…

Alyson Mcgrath

You guys are amazing... After having to put our Monty down. Y'all just made us feel much better.…

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