Hôpital vétérinaire de Montréal

The small team with a big heart

Our entire team decided that our slogan would be, “The small team with a big heart”. Why? Because each of us believes that every animal in our care deserves our best: in terms of professionalism and dedication; care, medical skill, technology, all the way down to the littlest gestures.

We decided to treat each of our patients as if they were own pet. When evaluating team members, an important criteria is insisting upon that “special something” that makes all the difference for animal and owner. We focus on quality, attention and service, and not just quantity. Your pet will never just be a number. Our technicians, receptionists and vets are all devoted to continued training and to surpassing even the most rigourous standards. We consider it a privilege to contribute to the health and wellbeing of your pet and to pay particular attention to aging pets. We combine traditional medicine; alternative medicine (especially in terms of pain management) and we have recently added acupuncture to our list of services. We want to work in collaboration with you and make a difference in your pet’s life. You are always welcome at our clinic. Come and share your love of animals with us!

Services

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 Lucie Hénault

Dre Lucie Hénault

Veterinarian

Tips from our experts

Your cat’s annual check up

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Kennel cough

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Healthy teeth for your pet

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Ear infections

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Does it seem as if your dog can never settle down?

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Your cat looses weight. Is it normal?

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Should you neuter your pet?

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VIDEO: Ticks are back. What does that mean for me?

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What about parasites: Roundworms

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Beware of heartworm!

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Moving? Get your dog ready! THE CHEAT SHEET

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Prepare your cat for the big move - CHEAT SHEET

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Quiz: Do cat have motion sickness in the car?

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QUIZ: Is your dog a “scaredy cat”?

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QUIZ: Does your dog suffer from motion sickness?

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Quiz: Is your cat aggressive?

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Quiz: Is your cat a “scaredy cat”?

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Thinking of adopting a dog?

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Adopting a cat - the guide

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Is your pet now home alone?

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Halloween: Danger! Beware!

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Cook 3 fois par jour's dog's cupcakes

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Marilou meets Dr Henault- Ticks (in French)

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Marilou meets Dr Henault - bad breath

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Cat and fleas

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Benefits to the pet owners

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Pets and ticks

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Dog got skunked

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Poisoning in Cats and Dogs

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Coprophagia or when a dog eats its stool

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Diabetes in dogs and cats

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How to introduce new pets to each other

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My Cat is Peeing Outside the Litter Box.

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Do you Speak Dog?

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Learn about the process of pet euthanasia

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Ear Cropping and Tail Docking in Dogs: Why is it Banned?

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Tips to pick the best scratcher for your cat

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Understanding your cat

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Tips for travelling with your pet

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Protecting your dog in winter

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Is my pet overweight?

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6 myths about ticks

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The 12 most FAQ about ticks

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10 tips to prevent tick bites for your pet... and you

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Preventing Lyme disease: vaccine or antiparasitic product?

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Animals in adoption

Lavender, Cat

Published: 13-08-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic kitten
  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 7 weeks
  • Color: Tabby and white

Ivy, Cat

Published: 20-03-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Female neutered
  • Age: 5 years old
  • Color: White and grey

Shy but charming cat:-)  Healthy!

Ash, Cat

Published: 13-08-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic kitten
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 7 weeks
  • Color: Black and white

Aster, Cat

Published: 13-08-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic kitten
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 7 weeks
  • Color: Black and white

Contact us

Montréal
Veterinary Hospital

324, avenue Victoria
Westmount
H3Z 2M8

Make an appointment:
514 489-8217

Outside operating hours:

Fax: 514 489-2622

http://www.veterinairedemontreal.com

Schedule

Closed at the moment

  • Monday to Friday : 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Saturday : 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
  • Sunday : Close

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