About Dr. Cliff Redford, DVM, Veterinarian

Dr. Cliff Redford, DVM, Wellington Veterinary Clinic
Dr Cliff Redford

Featured on Global TVs “The Morning Show

Anyone who knew Cliff Redford as a boy would hardly be surprised at his choice of career. Pets and animals played a huge part in his life as far as he can remember, and he always wanted to be a veterinarian. In 1998, he graduated from one of the world’s top veterinary schools, the Ontario Veterinary College. And 18 months later, he purchased Wellington Veterinary Hospital in Markham, ON, Canada. He remains an accredited member of The College of Veterinarians of Ontario.

Since then, he has immersed himself in the welfare of animals with soft tissue surgery, advanced dental procedures, internal medicine and emergency care. Known simply as Dr. Cliff to his clients, he tends to his furry patients through all stages of their lives. However, his passion for animal welfare extends well beyond the clinic and domestic pets. He regularly volunteers with local and international organizations where he extends care to all kinds of animals, including hawks, owls, porcupines, monkeys, snakes, skunks and more.

In recent years, Dr. Cliff has given visibility to the volunteer work on his YouTube channel, Dr. Cliff Worldwide Vet. Using it as a platform to engage with and educate his audience, he travels across the world and works side by side with local staff at community-based organizations that carry out animal rescues, adoptions, advocacy and wildlife conservation. He now dedicates half his vacation time to these endeavours, where he advances his own knowledge by learning from veterinarians who often work with limited supplies and under the most unimaginable of circumstances.

Dr. Cliff has a home full of pets, where Thalia, his Labradoodle, has become his jogging companion. In addition to being a veterinarian, husband and father, he is also a guitar player, martial arts expert, surfer and intrepid podcaster. Listen to The Dr. Cliff Podcast on Anchor, to catch him conversing with unusually interesting people who have overcome challenges and continue to chase their passions.

He is sought after by national media for his opinion and thoughts on animal-related stories and segments, and his favourite sign off, which is also the motto he lives by, is “Be Kind To Animals!

Dr. Redford and his staff showed the best care for my dog on all of our visits. I would highly suggest taking any animal here for care. You will be well assured that all staff will do their best to treat your dog and guide you through all the steps taken for clarity. I highly recommend choosing Wellington Veterinary Hospital as your first choice!

Mark Welsch

A friend reached out to me today asking what to do with the possum in his backyard. “It looks scary and dangerous” he said.
I told him to leave it. Possums don’t attack us or our pets. They’re clean and they don’t carry rabies or other diseases to give to us. And they kill ticks so they protect us from Lyme disease.
He and the possum will now coexist.
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Nasty staph or fungal infection on his feet. I say it was smelly but how can you tell when it’s a skunk 🦨😝😂
I’m still learning a lot about wildlife medicine but this one was easy…my “if this was a cat” thought process is actually helpful in this situation. #skunksofinstagram
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That must be the yummiest milk ever!!! Watch the other baby deer come by and wait their turn ☺️ #bambi ...

Me thinks this juvenile #trashbandit is posing. ...

Happy Independence Day weekend to our neighbours from the South. One favour please? #bekindtoanimals ...

Thank you for taking care of me Dr Cliff. #ilovemyjob ...

Ok vet students…what do you notice is wrong with this great horned owl? And list a few causes. You’re not allowed to message @strubbe.eyevet like I do 🤓#owlsofinstagram ...

1210 Castlemore Ave.
Markham, ON L6E 0H7
Phone: (905) 294-7387
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Fri: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sat: 9:00am – 6:00pm

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