Your veterinarian in
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

Passionimo Veterinary
Network Member

Contact us

St-Jean Veterinary Hospital

The St-Jean Veterinary Hospital: A Team Devoted to the Health and Well-Being of your Pets

Dr. Michel Lefebvre is the captain of the energetic team at the St-Jean Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Valérie Goineau and Dr. Catherine Gosselin—the granddaughter of our founder—are now taking over the helm! We have earned the reputation of being a professional team devoted to our patients in a fun atmosphere.

Passionate about animal behaviour, we have designed our kennel with the goal to reduce stress for our patients. Our spacious and comfortable premises welcome cats and dogs from the South Shore for short and long stays.

Pets enjoy frequent daily recesses (in a large enclosed courtyard outside for dogs or in a green and pink daycare room for cats) to stretch their legs and relax out of pens and cages.

In addition to the standard range of services to ensure the health and well-being of your pet—annual check-ups, prevention tips to keep parasites away (fleas, worms, and ticks), allergy treatment, food recommendations, vaccination, neutering, surgery, alternatives to declawing, etc.—we also offer a weight-loss service worthy of Weight Watchers®!

Available for free, our weight-loss program ensures constant monitoring through regular weighing sessions, which include an assessment of your pet’s body condition. A few extra pounds can negatively affect the quality of life of your cat or dog. We are there to guide you through the weight-loss process.

Come and meet us! The St-Jean Veterinary Hospital is based at 269 Jacques-Cartier Sud Street in the Saint-Eugène district of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Our 2-storey clinic is located just a short 3-minute car ride away from the Royal Military College Saint-Jean and the Maison Éthier store (opposite direction from downtown), and immediately before Club de golf St-Jean.

 

GET APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR GROOMER TANIA HARDY 450-346-0163

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!

 

Tips from our experts

Your cat’s annual check up

Read Article

Kennel cough

Read Article

Ear infections

Read Article

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

Read Article

Your cat looses weight. Is it normal?

Read Article

Should you neuter your pet?

Read Article

What about parasites: Roundworms

Read Article

Beware of heartworm!

Read Article

Moving? Get your dog ready! THE CHEAT SHEET

Read Article

Prepare your cat for the big move - CHEAT SHEET

Read Article

Quiz: Do cat have motion sickness in the car?

Read Article

QUIZ: Is your dog a “scaredy cat”?

Read Article

QUIZ: Does your dog suffer from motion sickness?

Read Article

Quiz: Is your cat aggressive?

Read Article

Quiz: Is your cat a “scaredy cat”?

Read Article

Thinking of adopting a dog?

Read Article

Adopting a cat - the guide

Read Article

Halloween: Danger! Beware!

Read Article

Cook 3 fois par jour's dog's cupcakes

Read Article

Marilou meets Dr Henault- Ticks (in French)

Read Article

Marilou meets Dr Henault - bad breath

Read Article

Cat and fleas

Read Article

Benefits to the pet owners

Read Article

Pets and ticks

Read Article

Dog got skunked

Read Article

Poisoning in Cats and Dogs

Read Article

Coprophagia or when a dog eats its stool

Read Article

Diabetes in dogs and cats

Read Article

How to introduce new pets to each other

Read Article

My Cat is Peeing Outside the Litter Box.

Read Article

Do you Speak Dog?

Read Article

Learn about the process of pet euthanasia

Read Article

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

Read Article

Tips to pick the best scratcher for your cat

Read Article

Understanding your cat

Read Article

Tips for travelling with your pet

Read Article

What to do if your dog attacked a porcupine?

Read Article

Protecting your dog in winter

Read Article

Is my pet overweight?

Read Article

6 myths about ticks

Read Article

The 12 most FAQ about ticks

Read Article

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

Read Article

Preventing Lyme disease: vaccine or antiparasitic product?

Read Article

Animals in adoption

Eggs, Cat

Published: 01-05-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Neutered male
  • Age: 1 year approximately
  • Color: Tan and white

Margarita, Cat

Published: 01-05-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Female not neutered
  • Age: 1 years approximately
  • Color: Black, tan and white

Sangria, Cat

Published: 01-05-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Not neutered female
  • Age: 1 years approximately
  • Color: Black, tan and white

Thomas O'Maley, Cat

Published: 20-03-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Neutered male
  • Age: 5 years old
  • Color: Tabby yellow

Adorable et super affectueux mais n’aime pas beaucoup la présence des autres animaux.  Un peu gourmand:-)

Synvain, Cat

Published: 20-03-2018

Adopted
  • Race: Domestic
  • Gender: Neutered Male
  • Age: 9 months old
  • Color: Tabby grey

Synvain, 9 mois environ! Castré, non dégriffé & hypereeeeeer affectueux!!! Ronronne toujours

Contact us

St-Jean
Veterinary Hospital

269, rue Jacques-Cartier Sud
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
J3B 4J8

Make an appointment:
450 346-4515

http://hopitalveterinairestjean.com/

Schedule

Closed at the moment

  • Monday to Friday : 8:30 am to 8:30 pm
  • Saturday : 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Sunday : 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Get directions