New waiting room
New waiting room
9988, rue Lajeunesse,
Make an appointment: 514-382-1184
Outside operating hours: 1 800 463-8555
The Du Nord Veterinary Hospital was one of the first major veterinary facilities in Montreal. We have been recognized throughout the years for the quality of our care and for our highly personalized client service. At the Du Nord North Veterinary Hospital, our priority is the wellbeing of your pets. We provide the best medical care possible, excellent client service and providing our medical team with a healthy and stimulating work environment has always been our goal.
Whether for a preventive consultation (vaccination, prevention of summer parasitic, deworming, etc.), surgery or an emergency situation, you will always find caring experts on hand, ready and willing to take care of your pets. By visiting this website, you’ll discover the services offered by our institution as well as extensive information about various health conditions and the medical care for your pets.
Is your dog or cat constantly scratching? Dr. Annie Cantin explains that allergies may be the main cause of the irritation.
Your dog seems more active or reactive than usual, despite what seems to be a reasonable amount of activity and stimulation
Animal Health Technician, Isabelle Asselin gives you tips to avoid soiling in your house (in French)
Does your cat become ill during car rides? Veterinarian Isabelle Demontigny-Bédard has a few tips on how to make car rides much more pleasant.
Does your dog hate car rides? Veterinarian Isabelle Demontigny-Bédard has a few tips on how to make car rides much more pleasant.
Does your cat seem to be acting “wild” or timid? There are solutions, says veterinarian Isabelle Demontigny-Bédard.
Veterinary doctor, Lucie Hénault, talks about the risks to your dog or cat at Halloween and how to avoid them.
What should you do with your cat or dog during Holiday parties? Dr. Isabelle Demontigny-Bédard tells all.
Marilou wonders if her dog, Monsieur Bourdon, should beware of ticks
Is bad breath normal for dogs?