Pembroke Animal Hospital welcomes you!

Welcome to our Web Site!

The Pembroke Animal Hospital is a companion animal health care and wellness provider.  Our goal is to help make your pet ownership more enjoyable through better health and better understanding of your pet.

We are a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, an organization dedicated to promoting excellence in pet animal care.  Our hospital meets the ever improving standards for this organization.

We also strive to meet the ever changing needs of our clients.  Please feel free to tell us what you think we should offer.

The hospital operates a main central hospital in Pembroke and a network of satellite offices:  Deep River Animal Services, in Deep River; and Mohns Avenue Veterinary Services, in Petawawa.  We hope you will refer your family and friends to our practice.

Do you have any questions about animal health, medications, therapies, surgery, behaviour, or safety?  If you do, you can visit Veterinary Partners website to learn more about a health issue concerning your pet.  

At this site, you will find information about our practice philosophy, our services, helpful forms to assist you and an extensive Pet Medical Library for you to search for additional information.

Feel free to browse through our site. If you want more information, about our practice please telephone us at 613-732-3641 (Pembroke), or 613-687-6901 (Petawawa) or 613-584-2252 (Deep River)

Thanks for visiting and we look forward to serving you.

                                            



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