Princess Animal Hospital

1027 Bayridge Drive, Kingston, Ontario

Downtown Animal Hospital

16 Bath Road, Kingston, Ontario
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Keep your pets moving and grooving this Spring - Schedule their checkup today!

Puppy at Princess Animal Hospital

Pets of all ages can have aches and pains, like we do. But sometimes these diseases are hard to spot. Think about your furry friend for a moment...

Have they stopped jumping on you when they greet you at the door? Have they stopped perching on the window sill?  Is your pet acting “old?”

Easter is Over, but the Dangers to Pets may Still be Lingering!

Easter is Over

Our team here at Princess and Downtown Animal Hospitals, hope you and your families had a very Happy Easter! Hopefully you all got your fill of chocolates, and yummy goodies!

With Easter behind us, many of us still have lots of signs of the holiday in our homes. Many of these things are toxic to pets.

QUESTION: Is your pet at risk for any of the following? A) Fleas B) Ticks C) Worms D) All of the above

Schedule your pet's annual checkup today!

ANSWER: All of the above (and they can ALL be tough to spot!)

Schedule your pet’s annual checkup today to be sure your pet is healthy!

Is your dog very tired? Is your cat eating less than usual? These seemingly minor changes may mean your pet has a flea allergy, an internal parasite infection, or a tick-related disease.

Kingston veterinarian recognized for commitment to patients, community and clients

Dr. Jeff Lattimer

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If you ask Kingston veterinarian Dr. Jeffrey Latimer what the best part of his job is, he'll be quick to tell you he has the best job in the world.

Time to Check for Heartworm Disease in your Pets!

Check for Heartworm Disease in your Pets

It’s March—springtime is around the corner! Worms in your garden…and worms in your pet? Eeew! Hold on, let’s explain…

The worms you find in your garden mulch are not the same worms that cause heartworm disease in pets. Mosquitoes carry heartworms. And all it takes is one mosquito to bite your pet to become infected.

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