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Hôpital vétérinaire Val-Mauricie

The Val-Mauricie Veterinary Hospital: Everything you Need under one Roof

Despite their youthful look, our 2 veterinarians, Dr. Isabelle Giguère and Dr. Johanne Pellerin, each boast 20 years of experience. Established in the Shawinigan region for over a decade, they had the pleasure of welcoming a breath of fresh air recently in the form of Dr. Patricia Lemire who joined the team at the Val-Mauricie Veterinary Hospital.

We regroup all services under one roof at competitive price. Whether you’re looking for prevention care against parasites such as fleas and ticks, allergy treatments, vaccines, medical monitoring for your pet’s health problems or simply grooming services for your cat or dog, we are the only veterinary clinic you need.

By giving priority to an integrated approach, we also provide alternative medicine for your pets, including osteopathy and acupuncture.   

Passionate about animal behaviour, our team even completed the American Fear Free Professionals Certification. With a goal of reducing stress for pets in a clinic setting, this approach creates an environment suited to the needs of pets, especially for cats who can become anxious when taken out of their territory. Moreover, our technicians are specifically trained to explain all the alternatives to cat declawing.

When your pet reaches end of life, it may be necessary to consider euthanasia. With respect and empathy, you will have the opportunity to stay with your pet until the end. Our entire team will support you through this difficult time.

Come and meet us! The doors of our friendly clinic are always open, and our team will be happy to welcome you.

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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 Johanne Pellerin

Dre Johanne Pellerin

Veterinarian owner

Dre Isabelle Giguère

Dre Isabelle Giguère

Veterinarian

Dre Patricia Lemire

Dre Patricia Lemire

Veterinarian

Maély Richard

Maély Richard

Animal health Technician

Amélie Cossette

Amélie Cossette

Animal health Technician

Amélie Trottier-Rock

Amélie Trottier-Rock

Animal health Technician

Roxanne Vennes-Cossette

Roxanne Vennes-Cossette

Animal health Technician

Joanie Thiffault

Joanie Thiffault

Animal health Technician

Valérie Demers

Valérie Demers

Animal health Technician

Patricia Bouchard Grenier

Patricia Bouchard Grenier

Animal health Technician

Sabryna Boisvert

Sabryna Boisvert

Animal health technician

Sophie Racette

Sophie Racette

Animal keeper

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Val-Mauricie
Veterinary Hospital

4000, boul. Shawinigan-Sud
Shawinigan
G9P 4G2

Make an appointment:
819 536-5952

http://www.veterinairevalmauricie.com/

Schedule

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  • Monday to Friday : 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
  • Saturday : 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
  • Sunday : Close

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