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One of the Premier Veterinary Clinics in Montreal

Founded in 1950 and located at the heart of Ahuntsic, the Du Nord Veterinary Hospital is one of the premier veterinary clinics in Montreal. Over the years, the clinic has built a solid reputation for its quality of care and highly individualized customer service.

Our clinic was completely renovated and retrofitted in 2017 to better meet the needs of our clients while preserving all the parking spaces they find so convenient.

At the Du Nord Veterinary Hospital, our priority is simple: ensure the well-being of your pets. To that end, our primary goals have always been as follows:

  • Deliver the best veterinary care possible

  • Offer impeccable customer service

  • Provide our medical team with a healthy and stimulating work environment

Whether you need a preventive consultation (vaccination, deworming for parasites such as fleas and ticks, neutering, etc.), advice on how to deal with your pet’s allergies, a surgery, or in the event of an emergency, there will always be a highly competent team member available on site to take care of you and your pet.

Even in more trying times, for instance if the moment has come to consider euthanasia, we are there to support you.

In addition, various complementary services are also available on our premises, including grooming, dental care, acupuncture, a condo-style kennel for cats, as well as a pet store selling food, care products, and accessories to give your furry friend the best quality of life.  

We welcome your questions and will be happy to answer all of them, especially those pertaining to alternatives to cat declawing.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have a question or to schedule an appointment. Our entire team looks forward to welcoming you and your pet!

 

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Starting off on the “right paw”

Right now, your puppy or kitten is still very young. Their life has just begun! And like humans, the first few months of life play a huge role in getting them started off right for their future. A check up at your vet means they’ll be starting their life off on the “right paw”, so to speak. And this should be something you follow every year. But of course, that very first examination is very important. First, we should be inserting a microchip, for example, so that you and your pet would always be reunited if they get lost. Next, vaccinations and deworming are highly recommended as preventive medicine at its best. No doubt your vet will also talk to you about neutering, diet and the importance of dental hygiene for your pet.

Whenever you consult your vet, it will always be their pleasure to answer any and all of your questions and provide you with their best advice. After all, animals and their wellbeing are their passion!

 

Our Team

Dre Annie Cantin

Dre Annie Cantin

Veterinary doctor

Dre Valérie Ouellette

Dre Valérie Ouellette

veterinary doctor

Dre Ji Lan Piché-Hétu

Dre Ji Lan Piché-Hétu

Veterinarian

Isabelle Asselin

Isabelle Asselin

Animal health technician

Karine Leblanc

Karine Leblanc

Animal Health Technician

Laurie-Anne Lortie

Laurie-Anne Lortie

Animal Health Technician

Daphné Piché

Daphné Piché

Animal Health Technician

Mayble Berger

Mayble Berger

Animal Health Technician

Christina Sourias

Christina Sourias

Animal health technician

Marie-Christelle Jean

Marie-Christelle Jean

Animal Health technician

Émilie Lépine

Émilie Lépine

Animal keeper

Danny Sabri

Danny Sabri

Animal keeper

Julianne Coriandoli

Julianne Coriandoli

Animal keeper

Émilie Linteau

Émilie Linteau

Receptionist

Valérie Lucas

Valérie Lucas

Receptionist

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Animals in adoption

Brutus, Cat

Published: 06-04-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Tabby à poils long
  • Gender: Neutered male
  • Age: 2 years
  • Color: Tabby grey

Grand chat aux allures de Lynx. Antécédents de problèmes urinaires reliés au stress, Nourriture recommandée - Métabolic+Urinaire stress pour contrôler son problème. Chat très gentil, colleux et adorable, demande un temps d’adaptation (peur des hommes). Préférable pour famille sans enfants et sans homme.

Plume, Cat

Published: 06-04-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Neutered Female
  • Age: 2 years
  • Color: White and black

Jack et Rudolphe, Cat

Published: 17-09-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 5 years
  • Color: Tan and white

Two little brothers who would like to be adopted together ... This is not an obligation, but in the best of all worlds!

Jack and Rudolphe are two male sterilized in red aged 5 years (estimate). They are affectionate, playful and very endearing. They are inseparable, the reason we try not to separate them.

Contact us

Du Nord
Veterinary Hospital

9988, rue Lajeunesse
Montréal
H3L 2E1

Make an appointment:
514 382-1184

Outside operating hours:
1 800 463-8555

http://www.veterinairedunord.com

Schedule

Now open

  • Monday to Friday : 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Saturday : 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
  • Sunday : Close

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